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5 Adventurous Food Trips

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Chef Stefano Righetti on Duvine’s Dolomites + Lake Garda Chef on Wheels Bike TourFOTO SHOP PROFESSIONAL DI JACOPO SALVI/DUVINE

By Everett Potter

Most adventure trips centered around walking or biking offer a taste of the local food and wine. Then there are a handful of unique trips that keep the activity level and ramp up the culinary component. These departures offer cooking classes, foraging sessions, vineyard visits, and guided market tours. Adventure and food are a perfect marriage since expending calories is part of any biking, hiking, or walking trip. Yet these trips are geared more toward the dedicated food lover than athletes.

Here are five trips I’ve unearthed that place adventure and food on the same level footing.

Dolomites + Lake Garda Chef on Wheels Bike Tour

Dolomites + Lake Garda Chef on Wheels Bike Tour from DuVine is packed with the best of Northern Italy. This trip is a six-day bike ride alongside a local star chef, Stefano Righetti, with an insider’s take on local restaurants, wineries, farms, and producers … continue reading

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  1. Laura Lubin
    March 22, 2023 at 10:58 pm — Reply

    Why do you include articles from publications that are restricted to members only? What is the point of it? Are you shilling for Forbes and Financial Times now? If there is a good travel article that you want to include, run the article in your newsletter so I don’t have to go through a hundred machinations to try to see it.

    • March 23, 2023 at 5:36 pm — Reply

      Thanks for your comment. Allow me to clarify. I’m also a columnist for Forbes, and I sometimes run stories on the Travel Report that link back to my original story on Forbes. Forbes allows access to four stories per month before requesting a subscription. My contract does not allow me to run the Forbes stories in their entirety. As for the Financial Times, I do not write for them.

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