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10 Beautiful Places to Relax and Enjoy Summer

Have you ever wanted to just "Linger a Little Longer"

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When you're just not ready to call it a day, not ready to go home, back to school or work, the Cairn August Collection is the perfect present to have. The curated box of award-winning outdoor accessories are the perfect mix of items that keep the good times going. So crack open your box, pull up a chair and watch the sunset with a smile on your face at these amazing locations. 

Photo: Josh Currie

Kite Hill is a little escape from the busy streets and corporate attractions below. It's a great place to stop, take a breath and watch the sunset as you look out over the valley.

Photo: Ben Beyers

A sunset at Anaehoomalu Point is the perfect way to unwind and finish up a beautiful day in paradise.  

Photo: Veronica Reinert

Sunsets at the beach are great and all, but getting to watch them with your dog by your side makes them even better. 

Photo: Breanne McNitt

Watch the last rays of sunset leave El Capitan as you sit in El Cap Meadow, drink in hand, friends and family by your side

Photo: Roark Nelson

This is a great place to take a short walk on the beach, have a snack and a drink, and relax as the sun sets over the Pacific Ocean. 

Photo: Elizabeth Denham

This is an easy, pleasant walk that usually contains some interesting characters along the way. Take a picnic and enjoy the scenery and people. 

Photo: Alex E

Explore this hidden gem on the secluded and rarely visited Eastern Shore of Virginia. It's the perfect place to end your day.

Photo: Michael Gabbert

Enjoy this easy-to-access and spectacular view of the the sun setting over the Gulf of Mexico at the tip of Anna Maria Island. 

Photo: Matthew Chang

End your day at Big Bend National Park with a classic desert sunset. 

Photo: Josiah Roe

Enjoy beautiful views of the hogsbacks and mountains of the Front Range including the Bellvue Dome & the Poudre River just minutes from downtown Fort Collins.

Cover photo: Roark Nelson

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

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