January 2014

Story and photos by David McKay Wilson On the eve of my 60th birthday, I headed to the San Juan Mountains in southwest Colorado with my two sons and nephew to test a series of hypotheses:  Would my legs hold up for six days of skiing down some of the

By Jules Older With the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, coming February 7-23, excitement should be reaching a crescendo. We ought to be bouncing off the walls with excitement. But if there’s excitement, I’m missing it. And I’m finding myself increasingly anxious about how well the games will go,

If you want to stay in a quintessential Vermont town, close to cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and downhill skiing, you might want to take advantage of the Old Tavern in Grafton’s latest deal. Pay just $222 for two nights at the inn (through March), including a full country breakfast and an

By Ann Abel at Well + Good NYC Hotel gyms, like real estate, often come down to three things: Location, location, location.And that’s why wise hotel builders have gotten the gym out of the basement and given it the prime position (and natural light!) it deserves. These are the hotels

Brewster Travel Canada has been involved with the Canadian national parks since 1892, when the founders, two teenaged brothers, Jim and Bill Brewster, began guiding guests through the Rockies. If they were around today, the Brewster brothers would be in awe of their company’s latest development. Opening in Jasper National

  Story & photos by Dave Houser “One fish. Two fish. Redfish. Blue fish…This one has a little star…Say!  What a lot of fish there are.”  Dr. Seuss   It could be that while penning this imaginative phrase in his best-selling 1960 children’s book – a rhyming book for young

  A good friend of mine from San Francisco takes his family skiing to Utah’s glitzy Deer Valley in high style every Spring Break, and has for years – but he has never stayed in a hotel. “It’s just so much more comfortable with a house. We have plenty of

By Monique Burns From the rugged frontier outpost of Kirkenes, a stone’s throw from the Russian border, south to Bergen, gateway to the western fjords, Norway’s coast stretches some 2,500 miles.  From the North, Norwegian and Barents seas, and from countless fjords, rise hundreds of sun-dappled islands and islets, topped