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There are several places in the northern USA where you can see these magical night skies. Your best bet is to try in the fall when skies are darker...

Northern Lights – Alaska
There are several places in the northern USA where you can see these magical night skies. Your best bet is to try in the fall when skies are darker and the weather is still warm. Idaho, Michigan, Maine, Minnesota and Alaska are known for having some of the best spots to catch the aurora borealis.

Fairbanks, Alaska particularly has some incredible light shows, thanks to its location in the auroral oval, an area around the North Pole where auroras frequently occur.

Alabama’s Rapids
From lush mountain ranges to idyllic beaches, in Alabama you will find an array of choices in activities. From rappelling to exciting rapids, the choices are nearly endless, in this truly adventure state.

For river adventurers who want fast-paced excitement, Alabama’s rapids are ready to take care of that. Whitewater Express offers guided and guide-assisted trips beginning in Phenix City on the Chattahoochee River. Containing several Class IV rapids and 10 smaller rapids, this river is one of the longest urban white-water rafting course in the world.

Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre, Denver
Named after its red sandstone rock formations, Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre is a Denver must-see. Hiking and biking are popular, and there’s no shortage of beautiful scenery. What you will like the most about this park is that it’s “full service” – there are a variety of trails, guided tours, a visitors’ center, a trading post, even a restaurant. Be sure to visit the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre, where countless legendary musicians have played surrounded by the spectacular natural setting. On non-event days, you can even exercise on the stadium bleachers.

McArthur-Burney Falls , California
A trip to the McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park is a must for outdoor lovers. 60 miles northeast of Redding, home to 910 acres of forest, five miles of lake shoreline and the awe-inspiring 129-foot Burney Falls with take your breath away. This gorgeous cascade was named one of the wonders of the world by America’s 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt.

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