Adventure

By Julie Snyder Portlanders pride themselves on using alternative transportation for reasons both ecological (we’re one of the country’s greenest cities) and pragmatic (daily traffic congestion prevails). While the Trimet bus, streetcar and MAX light rail network move us around the region reliably and relatively speedily, bicycling is the commuter

By Everett Potter If you’ve ever considered a bike trip to Italy, chances are that you’ve come across a company called Ciclismo Classico. Celebrating its 30thanniversary this year, they offer rides like Cinque Terre & Tuscany, A Feast in Umbria and Majestic Dolomites. Italy-obsessed biking enthusiasts know they’ll get a

By Everett Potter What is the ideal summer vacation for a European sports car enthusiast? How about driving a Ferrari 488 GTB, a Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet or a Maserati Gran Cabrio MC Ferrari through the Swiss Alps? Thanks to the Swiss-based company Leo Trippi, you can do just that,

Story & photos by Julie Snyder (You can read Part One here) On to Denali Alaska Railroad rumbles through nearly 500 miles of the state’s most soul-soothing scenery and we traveled 360 of them. Rolling out of Fairbanks on a cloudy morning aboard the Denali Star, we settled into the

By Monique Burns  Heading to Montana,  I set aside one day to visit Yellowstone National Park.  Then I realize just how vast the park is.  At  2.2 million acres, Yellowstone is the second-largest national park in the Lower 48 after California’s Death Valley.   Covering 3,472 square miles, it’s larger than

Story & photo by Julie Snyder Alaska is big. And wild. And jaw-dropping. And big. So big that it’s larger than Texas, California and Montana combined. Rhode Island could fit inside Alaska almost 500 times! So wide, from the tip of the Aleutian Islands to the easternmost edge of the

By Everett Potter What’s the best to see the incredible coastlines of Sicily or Corfu or Croatia this summer? Hint: it’s not from the deck of a cruise ship. Instead, the answer is a crewed charter sailboat from a company called The Moorings, sailing on two to six cabin monohulls

By Everett Potter If you’ve biked Tuscany and Provence, wheeled through Moab, and done Napa and Sonoma, maybe this is the year that you break out of the pack and do something different. If you need inspiration, here are 5 biking trips (Paris to St. Petersburg, anyone?) that are guaranteed

  Story and photos by Julie Snyder We blew into Dunbar, Scotland with the wind—50+mph gusts—at our backs. Locals speculated that the gale was a hangover of Hurricane Florence, which had battered the East Coast of the U.S. during the previous two weeks. Struggling to remain upright on the clifftop

    Michaela Guzy, a former publishing exec left her career behind to begin a journey that has since changed her life and touched others. OhThePeopleYouMeet speaks to the wanderlust in us all and ignites a passion for global connections and sustainable and immersive travel, which are shaping the tourism