Adventure

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

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 Airstream, the 91-year-old company that launched the silver bullet trailer decades ago, continues its forward march with motorhomes designed to get you out on the road and keep you there, at least for a while. The company’s new Rangeline Touring Coach is a vehicle for the nomadic

By Everett Potter In the world of luxury travel, the magic word has long been “private,” whether dining in an exclusive private dining room, flying private, or making a safari a trip just for family and friends. Now add to that the private ski club. The concept of the private

By Brian E. Clark My oldest son, Matt – who lives 2,000 miles away from me – and I try to get together at least twice a year to ski, raft, hash out life’s vagaries and toast life with a drink. Twice in the past six years, we’ve met in

By Everett Potter I’ve just returned from the Adventure World Travel Summit (ATWS) in Lugano, in the sunny canton of Ticino in Switzerland. One of the best things about attending the ATWS, which is a yearly event organized by the Adventure Travel Trade Association, is meeting new, emerging and lesser-known

By Neil Wolkodoff When traveling, two things come to mind when you pack. Does it save space, and is it useful and essential? The National Outdoor Retailer show showcases new products, and while many are aimed at the outdoor enthusiast, most have significant applications to the traveler. Rip Torn. When

By Everett Potter Seeing Europe on two wheels is always a good idea, especially on a trip planned by experts. Here are four new bike rides for 2023 from some of the best tour operators in the business Italy: La Via Francigena Since 1989, Ciclismo Classico has been the go-to

By Brian E. Clark The Chabris family of Cincinnati has international, intergeneration travel down pat. And then some. In recent years, they’ve journeyed – mostly with the luxe outfitter Abercrombie and Kent (abercrombiekent.com) – to France, Italy, Mongolia, China, and Africa. The most recent trip for the Chabris clan, consisting

By Everett Potter Bowlus, a leader in performance luxury recreation vehicles, has unveiled the world’s first production all-electric RV, the Volterra luxury travel trailer. The Volterra is fully electric-powered, with a 100-percent increase in battery capacity from previous models. It also offers the first application of AeroSolar™ in the RV