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The first official day of summer is fast approaching (for the northern half of the world, at least), so we thought we’d kick the season off right with a special edition of I Heart My City. Here are 20 summer must-dos recommended by “I Heart” contributors in 20 cities around the world.
Montana native Max Lowe is one of National Geographic’s Adventurists, exploring the planet outside his comfort zone with a camera in hand. Here’s a look at the world through his unique lens.
Nat Geo Emerging Explorer and Bozeman local Gregg Treinish lives for adventure. The founder of Adventures and Scientists for Conservation recently returned from months spent in the field with fellow Explorers Steve Boyes and Jer Thorp to study Botswana’s Okavango Delta, one of the most bio-diverse places on Earth. But no matter where Gregg roams, he’s always happy to be home. Here’s his insider’s guide to Big Sky country.
There are few people living who know Yellowstone better than Jeremy Schmidt. The Jackson Hole-based writer and photographer has spent 40 years working there as a ranger, “winterkeeper,” and guide. Here’s his insider’s guide to America’s very first national park.
Over the years I’ve done most everything with my sons—jumped in puddles, ridden roller coasters, skied black-diamond slopes. I’ve always thought of myself as a “fun” mom. However, they’re becoming young men, and it’s harder for me to do what they do. As they continue to grow, my husband, Robb, and I know we don’t have much time left to travel with our boys before they head out into the world. Time for a classic American road trip, RV style.