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China City Tour Guide: Travel to Harbin for Ice and Snow Festival

Heilongjiang Province, the most northeast part of China, when viewed on a map has the shape of a swan. Harbin, as its capital city, maybe you think it’s too chilly in winter. In fact, winter is the best season to make a trip to Harbin.

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France Winter Travel: What to Do During the Off-season

From November through March, there are many hot deals for tours, airfare and lodging in France. Winter is the least popular season for tourism in France, but there are many wonderful reasons to visit France in winter. It is a time to visit on the cheap. Or this is also an ideal time to book a stay at some of France’s finest and most luxurious hotels at a lower cost. As the hotels empty for winter, the savings are deep.

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Put Your Skates on, This Winter is a Skiing Holiday-season

This winter, the world is your ice rink! There is no better choice than go skiing on an unforgetable mountain peak. We pick the top spots to get your skates on and glide into the holiday season.

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Top 9 Hot Springs in Colorado Wash Away Ski Aches

Is there anything better than a steamy, mineral-rich soak after a day of skiing? One of the top attractions in Colorado, Glenwood Hot Springs pool is on the hot list of adventures. Soothe your muscles after strenuous outdoor activities any time of year. 

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Ski and Snowsports Guide: Hold on to High Feeling on New Mexico’s Natural Peaks

A natural high in New Mexico. The slopes around Taos, N.M., accumulated their reputation over many years. The highest at Taos Ski Valley is 11,819 feet.

SANTA FE – If you’re looking for a different brand of skiing this winter, buckle up for a trip to New Mexico. It’s back to the future here in the snowy reaches of the southern Rocky Mountains, where 37 peaks tower more than 12,000 feet above the vast Colorado Plateau.

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