New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
Whether you like rolling, scenic roads or rugged, challenging single-track trails, this thoroughly revised and expanded edition will satisfy you. It contains over 60 rides, including 10 new rides that explore the best mountain biking in southern New England.
Publisher Fact Sheet A comprehensive guide by a New England resident-author. Walking & foliage tours, cultural events, hiking, kayaking, whale-watching, whitewater rafting, bicycling, skiing, eco-travel & more. Boston, Cape Cod, Nantucket, the Berkshires, Mohawk Trail, Quabbin Reservoir, Litchfield Hills, the Housatonic.
The experts at New England’s iconic Yankee magazine have distilled nearly a century of experience and knowledge into the guide you have been waiting for. Yankee’s New England Adventures is the go-to source for in-depth travel information, with the same stunning photography and practical know-how they bring to you every month. Whether you are interested in exploring the vibrant culture of tiny villages or big cities, eating outstanding meals in colonial inns or vintage diners, rambling through art museums or up steep wooded hills, this is the guide for you. An island stuck in the 19th century? A walk-in, stained-glass globe? A place where you can eat Thanksgiving dinner every day of the year? From the golden dunes of Nantucket to the alpine tundra of the White Mountains, from the blue waters of Lake Champlain to the green grass of Boston Common, travelers and residents alike will find over 400 local secrets, out-of-the-way places, and unique experiences in all six states of this remarkable region of America. Live the Yankee lifestyle and get on the road with Yankee’s New England Adventures.
In the 87 issues of Snow Country published between 1988 and 1999, the reader can find the defining coverage of mountain resorts, ski technique and equipment, racing, cross-country touring, and the growing sport of snowboarding during a period of radical change. The award-winning magazine of mountain sports and living tracks the environmental impact of ski area development, and people moving to the mountains to work and live.
The 1,300-plus programs described in this easy-to-use guide are offered by private schools, colleges, camps, religious organizations, travel and sports groups, and others. An easy-to-scan chart makes it easy for readers to quickly identify the programs and activities, which range from precollege academic programs, sports, bike and wilderness trips, music, theater, and the arts, and more.
Written by a parent, this opinionated, personal, and easy-to-use guide has hundreds of ideas to keep the kids entertained for an hour, a day, or a weekend! Fun with the Family Massachusetts leads the way to historical attractions, children's museums, festivals, parks, and much more. Geared towards parents with children between the ages of two and twelve, Fun with the Family Massachusetts features interesting facts and sidebars as well as practical tips about traveling with your little ones.
Praise for Fodor's Exploring Guides"Authoritatively written and superbly presented...Worthy reading before, during, or after a trip." -- Philadelphia Inquirer"Absolutely gorgeous. Fun, colorful, and sophisticated." -- Chicago TribuneFodor's Exploring Guides are the most up-to-date, full-color guidebooks available. Covering destinations around the world, these guides are loaded with photos, essays on culture and history, descriptions of sights, and practical information. Full-color photos make these great guides to buy if you're still planning your itinerary (let the photos help you choose!) and they are perfect companions to general guidebooks, like Fodor's Gold Guides.What to SeeExtraordinary coverage of history and cultureItineraries, walks and excursions, on and off the beaten pathArchitecture and artWhere to StayQuick tips in every price rangeWhere to EatSavvy picks for all budgetsThe BasicsGetting there and getting aroundWhen to go & what to pack
With almost 100 pages of maps, here in one volume is the very best America has to offer. The best hotels and restaurants throughout the country are rated, and a special-interest vacation planner points readers to the nation's best outdoor adventures in and out of the national parks.
"Omnigraphics' Parks Directory of the United States is a guide to our national and state park systems, national forests and grasslands, national wildlife refuges, national trails, national scenic byways, national heritage areas and national marine sanctuaries, covering all 50 states and U.S. Territories. It provides more than 5,270 listings." "For each site included, the Parks Directory offers details on location, size, facilities, activities, and special features, as well as addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, and web sites. This edition also includes 56 maps."--BOOK JACKET.
The Mississippi River is one of the most romanticized transportation corridors in America. And with good reason - its storied banks are home to heavy industry, rich farmland, thriving cities, and stately plantations. It also provides the backbone for a 1,300-mile inn-to-inn tour between New Orleans and St. Louis, which is featured in this book, as is an exhaustive guide to cycling the Natchez Trace.