Large and sparsely populated, the Yukon is a mixture of forests, tundra, and mountains with a harsh arctic and subarctic climate
The place I’ve called home for over 2 decades.
The Bugaboos are a part of the remote Purcell Mountains in southeastern British Columbia, with their unique granite spires drawing climbers from around the world.
The second largest state by area and third largest by population, Queensland’s biggest attraction is the incredible Great Barrier Reef, but lesser-known attractions like the Glass House Mountains are also unique.
A rugged and harsh landscape, there’s a good reason why Alaska is on most people’s to-do list.
Mexico may frequently be in the news for the wrong reasons, but it’s still a beautiful country that makes for a perfect winter playground where the snow is replaced by sand.