Adventure

By Steve Jermanok Bangkok is a sprawling, congested city and even when you arrive at the major sights like the Royal Palace and Wat Arun, they tend to be overcrowded. That’s why you need to take it slow, not place too many items on your itinerary, and stay at a

    Jules Older: PhD, psychologist, medical educator, writer, editor, app creator, videographer, ePublisher. Big awards, big adventures, big fun. His ebook on hilarious travel disasters is DEATH BY TARTAR SAUCE: A Travel Writer Encounters Gargantuan Gators, Irksome Offspring, Murderous Mayonnaise & True Love.”

By Everett Potter Call it the ultimate ski safari, an around the world ski trip that encompasses five countries, three continents and 34 days. It’s a chance to ski the Alps, the Rockies, the Coastal Range of British Columbia, Japan and Iceland on one trip. It is potentially the most

By Brian E. Clark Pedaling across the United States has long been on Tania Burke’s “sprocket list,” as they say in cycling circles. For the time being, however, she has to enjoy the grueling, 3,400-mile, 42-day ride that gains 141,000 feet – an average of 93 miles and more than

By Brian E. Clark I’m a diehard schusser, so my favorite season to visit Park City is winter, when the slopes are buried in snow and I can carve turns on the thousands of acres of skiable terrain at Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort. But autumn comes in

  By Brian E. Clark When Bobby Noyes moved to Boulder to attend the University of Colorado 26 years ago, he fell in love with the community.  Noyes worked in a bike shop to pay the rent and later started the successful RockyMounts  multi-sport rack and lock company. But in

By Everett Potter A company called Collective Retreats, which set up a luxury tent camp on Governors Island in New York harbor last year, has unveiled a new accommodation type. Outlook Shelters is their first non-tent accommodations. If you’ve ever gone on safari, you’ll have a visual of what’s on

By Harvey Chipkin “Wait a minute, I have to get my machete.” So said Edivan, our extraordinarily gifted guide as he prepared to lead us on another adventure in the Brazilian Amazon – hacking trees and bush to allow myself and my fellow passengers on the motor yacht Tucano to

By Chris Chesak Photos courtesy of Pure Adventures We were having a brilliant time in Panama! (Except for the insufferable, egotistical family from the east coast that looked down their noses at everything we did, were constantly negative, and culturally insensitive to every interaction with the local people.) We were

By Everett Potter REI Co-op, the specialty outdoor retailer and active travel provider, has partnered with AutoCamp to bring immersive outdoor experiences for visitors to Yosemite National Park. It’s a marriage of the great outdoors and high design in the setting of a national park. AutoCamp Yosemite is a three-hour drive from San