Winters get wild and snowy but summers are surprisingly warm.
Canada: West and Rockies
Year-round beauty on the west coast, while the Rockies are perfect for winter skiers and summer hikers.
USA: Florida & The Keys
The sunshine state is aptly named, but be aware that short, sharp thunderstorms are the mark of many a Florida summer afternoon.
There's a varied climate across the Northeast of the USA, which includes Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C. and the New England states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
USA: The Rockies
Snow and winter sports may spring to mind when considering The Rockies and the states of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, but other seasons also offer unforgettable vacay magic.
We recommend the mild early autumn for viewing elk and bison.
USA: Alaska & Hawaii
Alaska boasts a diversity of weather depending on where you are in the state, meanwhile Hawaii is a truly year-round destination.
USA: Great Plains
There's a wide range of weather through the year across the Great Plains, encompassing large parts of Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and the Rocky states of Colorado and Wyoming.
A temperate climate pervades across the Northwest of the US in the states of Idaho, Oregon, Nevada and Washington, but it can be very wet, especially during the winter months.
USA: The South
Mild winters, hot and steamy summers and thunderstorms are the headline climate conditions of The South of the USA, which includes the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and parts of West Virginia.
Canada: The North
An arctic environment but brief warmth from June to September.
A huge state with a climate ranging from polar to subtropical, much of California can be relied on for warmth and sunshine.
Huge annual temperature swings and distinct seasons typify the weather of the US Midwest, including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
The Southwest typically offers a dry, desert heat in which to explore the trails, canyons and cities of Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.