Adventure

By Steve Jermanok As the birds start to chirp outside my bedroom window and the crocuses and hyacinths are popping up in my front yard, my mind instinctively thinks of summer and heading north along the coast. Anyone who’s checked out this blog over the past 9 years knows that

By Everett Potter The ship is called Ladona, a tall-masted vessel, a windjammer, that spends its days sailing past fir-covered islands off the rocky Maine coastline. The only sounds are of the wind filling the canvas sails, the creaking of the ship’s timbers, and the squawk of gulls darting overhead. It’s

An explorer for over 40 years, a mountaineer and the founder of Ibex Expeditions, Mandip Singh Soin has had adventures across seven continents to fill many lifetimes. From walking the high mountain passes of the Himalayas to journeying in the Alps, the Andes, Antarctica, and beyond, there’s few places in

By Everett Potter Of the all displays at the recent New York Times Travel Show, a sensory assault of colorful destination booths, swarming crowds and chatter, one of them really caught my attention. In a far corner, away from the action, was the most beautiful travel trailer I had ever seen. The

By Steve Jermanok With a fantastic network of trail and huts, and a long history and appreciation of running, Switzerland is a trail runner’s dream. Mountain runners have been weaving their way along alp paths for decades, and are practically exalted here. Few people know these trails better than Doug

Brian E. Clark handling some BC powder. Photo Big Red Cats.By Brian E. Clark The wind howled and the snow blew sideways as I stepped carefully from the big passenger cabin of a snowcat that had lumbered to a stop in the mountains of southeastern British Columbia. I pulled my

  by Kim D. McHugh  Credit filmmakers Warren Miller Entertainment and Teton Gravity Research for making it look like skiing and snowboarding is reserved for the cliff-jumping, waist deep-powder cruising fanatics. Fortunately, this is hardly the case when it comes to cat skiing. I enlisted the thoughts of seasoned operators

By Everett Potter Where are the most discerning adventure travelers going in 2018? You know who I mean, the ones who see the world as their oyster, who always fly private, and who only travel with friends or family on bespoke trips. Those for whom price is not an object,

Story & photos by Josephine Parr Portugal had been on my “list” for as long as I can remember. Maybe, even as a child, I felt connected to the exploring spirit of the country’s past. Now, about to celebrate a birthday that brought a new decade, it was time for

By Bart Beeson Eric Larsen is a man on a mission. The highly accomplished polar explorer and mountaineer is committed to showing people how to enjoy cold weather activities. “My goal is to get people to get out and enjoy recreating in a season that’s often intimidating,” he says. So on a recent trip