15 U.S. cities for people who love the outdoors
You forgot Albuquerque! Bike lanes throughout the city, all four season and mild, Sandia mountains...it is, after all, the Land of Enchantment!
No mention of beaches and coastal waterways as outdoor adventures. This should be renamed "cities closest to mountain hiking opportunities".
What no Missoula? Hmm? That's okay...it's better to mention Bozeman (everyone knows about that city) and to keep publicity away from MIssoula.
Hey: tell your webmasters that your website fails to work well in Opera...the top menu is blank.
No skiing in missoula? Ever heard of snowbowl, sitting at the northern edge of missoula? 60% black diamond, and hands down the best powder tree skiing in the state. Not as BIG as big mountain or big sky, not nearly as crowded either. But if you like spending half the day in line and $80+ lift tickets there are other BIGGER options! And if you're looking for some decent high mtn. nightlife after the slopes close down, missoula is by far the best option. Just sayin.
I was upset Austin wasn't on here but your comment made me laugh! Yeah! Eww, yuck. Austin - you so shouldn't come here! ^_^
Austin is overrated. Just remember the 1,000 mile cultural dead zone you're smack dab in the middle of. No wonder people from Abilene or Shreveport think they've hit the big time. Unless you've got 1,500 to spend on a efficiency/condo downtown, you'll be out here in the ghetto / hillybilly /TeaParty Crime Ridden / AnytownUSA 'burbs with the rest of us. Bottom line: Austin is great...for Texas.