Adventure

By Everett Potter The #VanLife movement is getting stronger every year, and RV companies have responded with an increasing number of models aimed at Millennials, Boomers and everyone in between. But while many new recreational vehicles easily crest the six-figure mark, there are some companies making incredibly affordable trailers that

By Everett Potter When Valentine’s Day rolls around, say “I love you” with a new piece of outdoor gear or clothing for an adventurous traveler, especially one set to embark on a winter trip or a spring escape. Here’s a roundup of gear and garb that’s bound to please and

By Brian E. Clark For years, veteran rafting company operators Dick Linford (above) and Bob Volpert would gather at the Marin County pub known as Sam’s Anchor – not far from the northern end of the Golden Gate Bridge –  to share lunch, a few beers and tell tales about

Where should you go in 2019? I spoke with 10 adventure travel companies about the new trip they’re most excited about in the coming year. They included O.A.R.S., Backroads, DuVine Cycling + Adventure Company, BikeHike Adventures, Explorer X, Wildland Adventures, Country Walkers, Classic Journeys, Trek and REI Adventures. They came

Georgia: Feast of the Senses from GLP Films on Vimeo. By Rob Holmes and GLP Films Step into Georgia and take a journey through time. Experience Georgia’s 8,000-year-old winemaking and their UNESCO recognized polyphonic singing. Rooted in ancient culture and traditions, Georgia is an unforgettable “Feast of the Senses.” Follow

By Everett Potter Iceland has been a trendy, go-to destination for a while, and it’s not hard to see why. There are geothermal spas, glaciers and fjords to explore, not to mention an intense nightlife in the capital city of Reykjavik. It’s an exotic cocktail that’s just 5 hours and change

Georgia: Adventure for the Soul from GLP Films on Vimeo. By Rob Holmes and GLP Films The rugged and unspoiled nature of the Georgian Caucasus Mountains has been luring the adventurous to its untamed rivers, scaleable canyon walls, and monastery-topped summits for generations. Today, it’s these very same pristine landscapes

By Everett Potter Backroads has been the world’s largest active travel company since pretty much forever. Founded in 1979 by Tom Hale, the company has become synonymous with hiking, biking and walking vacations.   They have a global reach and a pioneering spirit when it comes to new technologies –

By Steve Jermanok On the first morning after breakfast at Gorman Chairback, we met up with our guide, Katie. Katie leads day trips for the AMC’s guests at the three lodges in Maine’s North Woods, Gorman Chairback, Little Lyford, and the recently reopened Medawisla. Not only is she an AMC guide,

by Geri Bain “Costa Rica is one of the world’s most biodiverse countries, and Sarapiquí has one quarter of the biodiversity of Costa Rica,” Johanna Arguello, president of the Sarapiquí Tourism Chamber told me during a recent visit. Being close to the capital (about 1.5 hours’ drive), the region can