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By Brian E. Clark I’ve been fortunate in my career writing about snow sports to have gone heli-skiing in Iceland, British Columbia, Washington State and Nevada. Next up, Chile, perhaps. But each time, I’ve felt somewhat guilty about using a helicopter to reach high alpine slopes that offered untracked powder

By Everett Potter In the world of adventure travel, multi-sport trips are now often referred to as multi-adventure trips. This may be because “adventure” sounds so much more adventurous than “sport” does. Regardless of the nomenclature debates in the marketing department, they mean pretty much the same thing. It’s a

  Adam Barker is a world-class photographer, a great skier and a passionate fly fisherman. Two of those passions came into play recently when he headed down to the Seychelles, for the rarefied sport of  pursuing Giant Trevally. Base camp was Cosmoledo Atoll, and it can be booked though Alphonse

By Everett Potter The new Six Senses Crans-Montana is the most exciting luxury ski hotel opening in Europe this winter. It debuts as the sixth Six Senses property in Europe, joining others in France, Portugal, Spain and Turkey. The brand is luxury personified, but the resort may not be familiar

By Steve Jermanok On the edge of Budapest’s Jewish Quarter, a 10-minute walk from the historic Doheny Synagogue, is the latest Anantara property to open in Europe, the Anantara New York Palace. Making its debut in 1894 as the headquarters of New York Life Insurance, the building was bombed in

By Everett Potter Climate crisis and wildlife extinction are part of the dialogue of nature and adventure travel, but thankfully, so is “rewilding.” Letting nature heal itself and return to a pristine state is at the heart of this movement. So are visionary companies like Rewilding Europe Travel, whose message

By William C. Triplett To those who ski out West, I imagine it comes as no surprise there are East Coasters who never thought for a minute Santa Fe could be a ski destination. Taos? Sure – way north, the Sangre de Christo Mountains, near the Colorado state line, world

By Everett Potter Outdoor gear for him from Outdoor Research, Helly Hansen, OluKai, Ibex and many more. Outdoor Research SuperStrand LT Vest Outdoor Research (OR) has long made some of my favorite winter gear, and the OR SuperStrand LT Vest is yet another hit for them. This is their lightest, softest,

By Evelyn Kanter After two years of pandemic pause, Europe’s famous and magical Christmas Markets are back – bigger and better than ever.  In addition to handmade ornaments, stocking stuffers and gifts by local artisans, entertainment and food, including cider that’s spiced or spiked – or both. The outdoor markets

By Brian E. Clark Near the end of an eight-day cruise in the Adriatic, Ioanian and Tyrrhenian seas last month, I relaxed in a jet tub at the stern of the 600-foot-long, five-masted Wind Surf sailing ship (windstar.com) and watched the Amalfi Coast slide by as the sun sank below the western