Join Discovery as we explore five of America's most extreme destinations: Denali, Alaska (highest peak); Death Valley, California (hottest, driest, and lowest); Prospect Creek, Alaska (coldest); Mt. Waialeale, Hawaii (wettest); and Paradise Visitors Center on Mount Rainier (snowiest).
When you think about the most beautiful places in the world, you probably think of mountains or forests. Wait, your list didn't include any salt flats? Preposterous!
Perched on the dramatic coast of Italy, just north of Pisa, there are five small hamlets, known collectively as “The Cinque Terre”.
Here's the thing about the House on the Rock — it's certainly a sight to behold, but it's no museum.
Discovering shepherds' huts and Spanish vineyards in the Basque Country.
Most of the planet’s most majestic wonders have either sprung from the earth or so evidently made by human hand that their architects and designers are world-renowned.
Whereas other colored lakes often get their hues from certain species of bacteria, Mount Kelimutu's lakes are a bit more mysterious.
Avoid the crowds and adventure into the north of Norway. Norway is known for it’s awesome fjords. But what exactly is a fjord? It’s a long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs that formed after several ice ages. Find out where to avoid the crowds and visit these natural wonders on your next adventure.
Biking could be one of the best things you can do for yourself.
Marvel at these awe-inspiring places from around the world.
This underwater brine pool in the Gulf of Mexico is no vacation spot.
Check out some of the female explorers of the world who have broken records and made history!
Don't be fooled by its fancy renovations—this hotel has a checkered history.
When to go, what to see, what to pack and more.
This well-preserved dinosaur has brought us closer than ever to understanding the ancient creatures.