Adventure

By Steve Jermanok If you have the good fortune to meet Beverley Franklin at the Long Beach Visitors Center on the Fundy Trail Parkway, as we did this past Sunday, by all means stop and say hello. After all, it was her father, Mitchell Franklin, a hotel and movie theater

By Brian E. Clark When Kate Schade moved from her college digs at the University of New Hampshire to Wyoming in 1993, she never anticipated that she’d one day be heading a company that will produce between 5 and 6 million energy bars this year. She was simply following in her

By Everett Potter Summer in the U.S. usually synonymous with boating, but this summer, boat sales are off the charts and availability is scarce. According to the Brunswick Corporation, the company that owns Mercury, Boston Whaler, Lund, Bayliner, Sea Ray, Lowe Boats, among other well-known brands, you can credit the

Text & photo by Colleen Duffley When you travel for a living, making time for a “vacation” somewhere you’ve never been can be a job in itself. A fellow adventurer pointed me in the direction of the Via Ferrata in Zion, Utah. I’ve made a habit of traveling alone but

By Bart Beeson Getting out of my car in Beech Mountain, North Carolina was, quite literally, a breath of fresh air after having spent the previous two days in sweltering Washington, D.C. Driving up the steep and winding road that leads to the town, navigating hairpin turn after hairpin turn,

  By Brian E. Clark In spite of dry conditions in California and other parts of the West, rafting outfitters say bookings are soaring this season. So much so that many multi-day whitewater trips are sold out form much of the summer. In large part, they say, the reason for the boom

  By Everett Potter A year ago, I did an interview for Forbes with British wildlife photographer Graeme Green, who had just begun a new initiative called the New Big 5 project. The name is derived from the “Big 5,” an old term used by trophy hunters in Africa for

By Adam Barker If I had to write a script encompassing all that defines the Trentino region of northern Italy, it would be the most romantic love story, the most sensational drama, the most jaw-dropping thriller…or the most gut-busting comedy. Quite simply, it is “the most” of anything and everything

  By Julie Snyder After the 10-plus-hour drive from Portland to the Bay Area that launched our trip (read Part One here), Joe suggested that we limit driving to no more than five hours a day. I’m a road warrior, and with a bed in the back of Van Go,

By Everett Potter The good news for travelers is that with some European countries now actively welcoming back Americans, a number of forward-thinking adventure travel companies are already offering trips to these destinations. For those who love walking, hiking and cycling, not to mention eating, drinking local wine, and relaxing