It’s cold. No matter where you are in America. Temperatures are reaching a record low this winter season so it’s important to make sure you stay warm out there--whether you’re hitting the mountain, or just wandering around a city.
Just because there’s snow on the ground doesn’t mean you can’t have a big adventure. In fact, there are even more opportunities to explore several parts of the United States during the wintertime. From snowboarding to skiing, snowshoeing to snowmobiling, and everything in between, America's got you covered.
Colorado is full of many beautiful, natural spots. Of course, there’s the Rocky Mountains. But, there are also some other amazing places where you can get your fill of adventure. There are a lot of adventure spots in Colorado, and while the list could go on and on, for now let’s stick with three.
When you think of Texas, you probably think of cowboys, the Alamo, bbq, rodeos, and football. You probably don’t think of the vast open lands, national parks, coastlines, and canyons. But, as the second largest state in America, Texas has a lot to offer adrenaline junkies.
California is a huge state and there are a ton of amazing and beautiful things to see there. There are several national parks and a lot of adventures to be had. So instead of heading to a big city like Los Angeles or San Francisco, travel around a bit and find yourself an adventure.
Florida is most known for its beautiful coastlines and beaches. The peninsula is surrounded by both the Atlantic Ocean and The Gulf of Mexico making it a great spot for a relaxing vacation spent soaking up the sun and hopping around the many beaches. But, there are also some top adventure spots in Florida just waiting to be discovered.