From Alberta to Utah, these North American getaways offer both majestic scenery and creature comforts.
Over the last 30 years, Kilauea’s eruptions have destroyed more than 200 homes. Yet despite its destructive force, many residents refuse to leave, making a living from the lava.
South Dakota’s Corn Palace is covered in more than 275,000 cobs of corn, many of which are arranged into murals that change every year.
The first major thoroughfare to be built in the largest US state, the iconic Richardson Highway offers spectacular views in the summer and incredible danger come winter.
The Illinois city is known for world trade, popular culture and a rich history, but it is the gratis activities that make the Windy City a summer destination.
The Exxon oil spill of 1989 made the town of Valdez infamous, luring people to clean up one of world’s largest environmental disasters with the prospect of economic gain.