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Your favorite places to live healthy, with plenty of trails and unrivaled access to surfing, climbing, paddling, and cycling.
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Milwaukee, WI

People underestimate Milwaukee. The city is steadily transforming into what former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson hopes will be “the Silicon Valley of water.”

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The Best River Towns in America: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Durango, Colorado

The hiking and backpacking are as good as anyplace else, and there's rock climbing, backcountry skiing, and more bike and running trails than you can imagine.

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The Best River Towns in America: Durango, Colorado

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Carbondale, CO

Carbondale is only a 30-mile bike ride from Aspen, but it hasn't become another Colorado boomtown—yet.

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Best Towns 2013: Carbondale, Colorado

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The Best Town in America 2013

There's no better blend of small-town friendliness, absurdly easy access, and five-star culture than Park City—if you can afford it.

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The Best River Towns in America

How once polluted Richmond became the unlikeliest river-recreation mecca in the country.

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The Best River Towns in America: Richmond, Virginia

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Best Towns

"Outdoor fanatics, hippies, crazy college kids, retirees, horse-whispering cowboys, creative entrepreneurs, activists, rugged rednecks, collegiate-sports aficionados, adrenaline junkies, and everyone in-between meet downtown on Thursday nights for two-for-ones."

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The Best River Towns in America: Missoula, Montana

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Spokane, WA

Spokane lives up to its motto: "Near nature and near perfect."

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Best Towns 2013: Spokane, Washington

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Nevada City, CA

Residents can ski at Sugar Bowl (45 minutes away), mountain-bike 120 miles of singletrack within a 20-minute drive into Tahoe National Forest, and visit five vineyards less than 30 minutes from downtown.

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The Best River Towns in America: Nevada City, California

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Nashville, TN

But Nashvillians have always spent weekends getting wet—boating and bass fishing on Center Hill, Percy Priest, and Old Hickory reservoirs and paddling the Harpeth and Caney Fork rivers.

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The Best River Towns in America: Nashville, Tennessee

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Perfect Things: 2013 Editors' Choice Awards

Fort Collins stands above the rest thanks to its backcountry terrain (like 10,276-foot Cameron Pass), its prime location on the brown-trout-filled Cache La Poudre River, the great biking scene, and, of course, the microbrew-dominated economy.

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Editor's Choice: Fort Collins, Colorado

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