Adventure

By Everett Potter For nearly 50 years, the name Frontiers International Travel has been synonymous with epic fly fishing trips to exotic locales like Iceland, Patagonia, and Christmas Island, not to mention Mauritius, the Seychelles and the Maldives. But things at Frontiers are changing under Mollie Fitzgerald, co-owner of the

Story & photos by Julie Snyder We looked up in awe, craning our necks to glimpse the towering treetop, partly shrouded in a silvery mist. We stretched our arms around the massive trunk, speculating how many other tree huggers with outstretched limbs would be required to embrace its girth. We

By Everett Potter Modern Adventure is a new company that aims to command a particularly sweet spot of travel, a place where adventure meets curated experiences on expert-led trips. Those experts might be  brand-name chefs or celebrity fitness trainers who take you on a  perfectly planned week in an extraordinary

  By Everett Potter About 14 years ago, a guy named Shannon Stowell arranged to meet me in New York City. We talked for an hour or so about adventure travel and an organization that he was reviving called the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), which is responsible for the yearly Adventure

By Everett Potter The sport fishing season in Alaska is upon us and there’s no one better to discuss it with than Captain Tom Ohaus, the founder and co-owner of Angling Unlimited. The Sitka-based outift was started by Ohaus some 30 years ago in Neah Bay in Washington State and moved northward

By Helen Cordery There is something strangely delicious about stepping onto fresh snow.  There’s the soft crunch as you place your heel, that tiny sinking feeling as the ball of your foot goes down, then the gentle smattering of ice as your toes press in. Patagonia in winter is like

  Anyone looking for a luxury biking tour with serious riding and five-star hotel accommodations paired with extraordinary meals and notable wines will eventually come across DuVine Cycling + Adventure Co. The much-lauded DuVine was started more than 20 years ago by Bostonian Andy Levine, whose energy and vision have created some

By Steve Jermanok As the birds start to chirp outside my bedroom window and the crocuses and hyacinths are popping up in my front yard, my mind instinctively thinks of summer and heading north along the coast. Anyone who’s checked out this blog over the past 9 years knows that

By Everett Potter The ship is called Ladona, a tall-masted vessel, a windjammer, that spends its days sailing past fir-covered islands off the rocky Maine coastline. The only sounds are of the wind filling the canvas sails, the creaking of the ship’s timbers, and the squawk of gulls darting overhead. It’s

An explorer for over 40 years, a mountaineer and the founder of Ibex Expeditions, Mandip Singh Soin has had adventures across seven continents to fill many lifetimes. From walking the high mountain passes of the Himalayas to journeying in the Alps, the Andes, Antarctica, and beyond, there’s few places in