Winter may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Check out these five ideas for end-of-winter activities.
Staycations are a fantastic option for those who wish to stay close to home and save a little money. Below are a few suggestions for staycations from local travel agents.
Keeping kids active during cold months can be a challenge. Check out these five tips from local fitness professionals.
Add a little romance to your life this Valentine’s Day with one of these romantic hotel suites.
Take a closer look at some of Minnesota’s most romantic and charming destinations for your Valentine’s Day getaway.
Some of the best pet-friendly vacation spots in Minnesota are also some of the most remote. Check out the list below for some ideas about where to take your family on vacation — including your four-legged friend.
Finding the perfect running group can be difficult, but with these five groups, the choice becomes a bit easier.
How’s that New Year’s resolution going? Many of us start out the year with good intentions to get healthier only to find ourselves finishing up the last of the Christmas candy late into the night. The problem can be anything from declining motivation to the lack of time to commit. Local trainer Sofia Laasiri shares about the best way to get off the couch and see results in record time.
In order to benefit fully from the kettle bell workout, it is crucial to be trained properly. Take a look at some of the best kettle bell workouts in Minnesota.
In Minnesota, winter driving conditions can go from perfect to hazardous in a matter of minutes. Cold temperatures combined with ice and snow can make for difficult and dangerous commutes, so make sure you are prepared when the winter weather arrives this year. Here are a few driving tips to help you prepare for the cold and snowy months ahead.
Learn about the best places to camp, purchase gear and take classes for winter camping in Minnesota.
Ice climbing is a perfect activity for the physically fit and outdoor adventure enthusiast in Minnesota.
The holidays are an excellent time to gather your family and take off to one of the many unique locations around Minnesota.
Some of the best and most inexpensive winter activities can be found in the park reserves scattered around the Twin Cities.
Cutting down your own Christmas tree can help you and your family begin a new tradition that is sure to engage every member involved.
For some, holiday travel can be time consuming and stressful. With a bit of planning, however, many travel headaches can be avoided entirely.
The state of Minnesota enjoys unlimited opportunities for ice skating. There is a respectable balance of places to go for tuning those skating skills and the Land of 10,000 Lakes has everything going for it in the ice department.
Intense enough to train police academies and military special operations units yet varied and accessible enough for motivated retirees, high school athletes and new moms, CrossFit workouts can work for everyone.
These allegedly haunted graveyards in Minnesota will give you quite a fright this Halloween.
Maintaining an exercise regimen year-round is an important consideration for many, yet doing so during the winter months can be a challenge. If exercising out in the brutal cold isn’t for you, check out the best indoor tracks Minnesota has to offer running enthusiasts.
Want to break away from the metro area on a sunny fall day? Here are some northern spots you can get to on a tank of gas, enjoying the changing leaves along the way.
Make a drive up north and enjoy everything that Brainerd has to offer.
Looking to get away for the weekend? Why not take a leisurely road trip to Duluth?
Take the family on a trip south to beautiful Red Wing.
The Boundary Waters is a region that extends from Canada through the United States border lying somewhere between Ontario and Minnesota. Countless paddles have come and gone through these crystal waters. Enjoy a getaway to voyageur country by making a trip yourself.
The Minnesota Zoo is getting into the spirit of autumn with their new Scarecrow Alley. Have a scarecrow pic to share? Send it our way!
Check out the best beaches in America.
Antarctica is the most inhospitable place on Earth. Certain creatures survive there, though global warming can threaten their natural habitats.
Antarctica, the coldest place on Earth, is feeling the effects of global warming. See the view from the bottom of the Earth.
National Parks preserve some of America’s most interesting and unique environments. Take a trip to these national treasures.
Take an enchanting trip for Valentine’s Day. Tour the world’s most romantic cities, in photos.