Adventure

By Everett Potter If location is everything in real estate, Saffire Freycinet won the grand prize. This intimate resort at the edge of Freycinet National Park overlooks Coles Bay and a jagged pink granite mountain range called The Hazards. It’s situated in eastern Tasmania, that wild Australian island with the same

By Everett Potter I’ve been fortunate to snorkel in the Red Sea, the Galapagos Islands, and various reefs in Hawaii and the Caribbean. None came remotely close to plunging into the South Pacific Ocean and snorkeling along the Great Barrier Reef. That first view of an underwater landscape of corals

By Brian E. Clark Around 1 million years ago, the Atlantic tectonic plate dove under its Caribbean counterpart about 1,500 miles southeast of Florida, scraping deep ocean sediments to the surface. Which is why, at an elevation of around 1,000 feet in a spot called Hackleton’s Cliff, my 22-year-old daughter

By Everett Potter The Wyoming ski town of Jackson is known for its steep runs, plentiful snow, and a vibe that is one part cowboy, one part billionaire. The transformation of Mountain Modern gives it an additional attribute: an affordable and stylish property in the heart of downtown. Situated a

By Everett Potter I recently rode an e-bike from Meiringen to Interlaken in Switzerland, from Reichenbach Falls, where Sherlock Holmes nearly met his demise, and along the mountain-clad shores of Lake Brienz, with a travel company called to out & ABOUT – Switzerland Trekking. I traveled on twisting two-lane roads

By Everett Potter Recal Mindful Adventure Travel is not your typical adventure travel company. In a world where mountain biking, rafting, and rock climbing are paramount, Recal offers memorable trips primarily aimed at those suffering from burnout. Consider their Quiet Park Series, held in locations like Olympic National Park, or their

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