At Billings, indulging after all that activity will naturally lead you and the boys along Montana’s only walkable beer trail. The Billings Pro Trail It houses six breweries, a cider mill, and two distilleries on a 1.5-mile track in the historic downtown. In other words, hurry yourselves.
crash in Northern HotelAn iconic inn that needs no introduction in the city. Dating back to 1904, this welcoming four-star gem reopened in 2013 – taking home the city’s best hotel on the local street for eight consecutive years (from $169 per night).
7. Stroll the Gustiest Hill in New England in the fall
Mount Washington, New Hampshire
Never mind that the peak of the namesake Mount Washington State Park once measured record winds of 231 miles per hour (on April 12, 1934) over its stormy summit, and it’s known for some of the most choppy weather you’ll find anywhere. It’s cool here in the fall, and you guys can handle a little wind.
Up to bet the cards dance in Glenn House (from $289), near Pinkham Notch, two miles north of the Mount Washington Wildcat Ski Area. It is located at the mountain base, near the famous motorway that leads to the 6,288-foot summit and is said to be America’s oldest man-made attraction – dating back to the mid-19th century bus era.
but instead of four wheels Your way to the top, hook up to associate Great Glen Trails Center By the way—a launch pad for hikes in Mount Washington, as well as bike tours, half- or full-day white water kayaking tours in and around the park.