Top 10 Places To Visit When You’re Tired of Sweating

Listen, we love summer. It’s great! Pool days, grilled food, getting a nice tan, laying out in the park are all excellent reasons to love summer and look forward to its arrival. However, sometimes we just need a little bit of a break from the heat. That brings us to another thing we love about summer: vacation getaways! Scorching heat can take its toll, so why not cool down for a bit? If you’re tired of sweating even when you’re inside, we’ve got a list of amazing places that you should go…and take your ORORO heated clothing with you!

 

Yellowstone National Park

Current temperature? 63ºF/17ºC! Yellowstone is at the top of our lists of cool places to go to escape the heat. Throw on your ORORO heated hoodie and try biking through the mountain ranges or hiking along the abundance of trails. If you’re a beginner, try your luck casting a line Yellowstone or Lewis Lake in your ORORO heated vest. Freshly caught fish for dinner never sounded so good! There’s also horseback riding, zip lining rafting and more. The best part about this vacation is that you can actually enjoy all the outdoor fun without sweating buckets.

 

Rocky Mountain National Park

Current temperature? 66ºF/19ºC! Colorado is beautiful in every season but the summer is spectacular. We suspect you might enjoy camping and there’s no better place to do that than the Rocky Mountain National Park. It’ll probably get a little chilly (obviously that’s why you’re there!) so your ORORO heated jacket will come in handy here. Don’t forget to load up extra battery packs just in case! If camping isn’t your thing, don’t worry; you can get a thrill whitewater rafting down the river.

 

Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

Current temperature? 68ºF/20ºC! Never been to Canada before? Cape Breton is calling your name. This quaint, fun-filled town is home to some of the coolest local music and has the Cabot Trail which is basically just 185 miles of pure coastal scenery gorgeousness. This place is perfect if you’re craving island vibes but want to avoid the heat. There’s a TON of music festivals and cultural events to attend, so you can immerse yourself in the local scene. With your ORORO heated apparel, you won’t even notice the chill when the sun goes down.

 

Alaska & Denali National Park

Current temperature? 57ºF/14ºC! Did you really think Alaska wouldn’t be on this list? It’s the coldest state in the US! Your ORORO heated jacketheated vest and heated hoodie are going to be so clutch when you’re in this icy state. Denali National Park is the ONLY national park with a kennel full or sled dogs! That alone is worth the trip to the cold. While you’re at it, drive through and explore the Savage River, the best time to do it is in the summer when the majority of ice and snow has melted.

 

Reykjavik, Iceland

Current temperature? 50ºF/10ºC! The absolute best time of the year to go to Iceland is RIGHT NOW. Pack your heated clothing and extra battery packs and get going! Did you know that it never gets completely dark in Reykjavik this time of year? There’s almost 24 hours of daylight during the summer which means Reykjavik is truly the city that never sleeps. That also means more day time for activities! Whale watching, sea-fishing, horseback riding and camping under the surreal daylight are all on the table.

 

Portland, Maine & Casco Bay

Current temperature? 69ºF/21ºC! There’s more than one awesome Portland in America. If you’re looking for a low-key vacation, Portland and Casco Bay are a perfect match. Portland is another quaint and cute coastal town that is a haven for foodies and shopaholics. Take a boat onto Casco Bay, with all your ORORO heated clothing layers on, and it’ll be the most magical thing you’ve ever experienced. Portland has such a rich history and culture, so don’t miss out!

 

Auckland, New Zealand

Current temperature? 49ºF/9ºC! Oh yes, it’s a cold one but that’s what you’re looking for right? Auckland has EVERYTHING! Want more of an island adventure? Explore Waiheke Island with its excellent vineyards and even better wine! Not in the mood to drink? Auckland has 26 (yes, 26) regional parks! Find out what’s like to barbecue in your ORORO heated jacket because there’s more than 180 electric, wood and gas barbecues across the parks. Go camping or head out for a hike in your heated apparel or explore the beach! There’s so much to do in this amazing place.

 

Cannon Beach, Oregon

Current temperature? 66ºF/19ºC! Rock towers. Waterfalls. Assorted marine life. Cannon Beach is one of the most beautiful places ever!  Haystack Rock is the third largest natural monolith in the world, so make sure you capture plenty of photos on your iPhone or DSLR camera. It’ll get cold and wet at night by the beach so don’t forget your awesome battery heated jacket, which is rain and wind resistant. Play in the sand, soak in some of the small village culture and enjoy!

 

Patagonia

Current temperature? 40ºF/4ºC! This is the most daring place on the list and only for the most hardcore summer getaway folks. Venture on down to South America to elevate your outdoor experience because in this part of the world it’s actually winter here! While most attractions will be closed because of the snow, you can still go hiking, skiing and snowboarding. Throw on your heated jacket, bundle up nicely and have a blast because you get to experience winter in the middle of July.

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Glacier National Park, Montana

Current temperature? 73ºF/23ºC! Last but not least, the warmest getaway spot of the bunch. A million acres of lakes, valleys and mountains carved by glaciers are just some of the things you can take pleasure in with your ORORO heated hoodie on. Keep your warm jacket close just in case it gets colder. This place is perfect for anyone who wants to get away from the unrelenting heat but doesn’t want to freeze!

 

Now that you’ve got a list of places to visit, make sure you’re all stocked up on ORORO heated apparel. Shop here and get FREE express shipping on orders over $150!

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