Adventure

Many journeys are memorable, but frankly, some are more memorable than others. The most unforgettable of all are those I call trophy trips – vacations that rank as adventures of a lifetime. Like flying around the world, biking through Spain or going on an African safari. They can be rigorous

If you were to ask me how you could see Italy on two wheels, I would tell you to check out Ciclismo Classico before you did anything else. The company has made its name as the leader in biking tours of Italy. Yes, they dip into Spain and France, and

Story by Ed Wetschler One third of the world’s species of marine mammals reside in or regularly visit the Sea of Cortez, that long, narrow body of water separating Baja California from mainland Mexico. An impressive statistic, when you consider (1) Cat Steven’s stunning insight, "Oh baby, baby, it’s a

I first met Adam Barker on the slopes of the Wasatch Mountains in Utah a couple of years ago. Barker was working his day job, which is marketing & media manager for Ski Salt Lake, a part of the Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau. And in the course of

In the world of adventure travel, Myths and Mountains is unusual, a company that aims to get you inside a culture, not merely stop in for a visit. And the destinations include Nepal, Vietnam, Ecuador and Tanzania. It’s the brainchild of Dr. Antonia Neubauer, better known as Toni, a woman

                                                                                                                                                    

When summertime finally arrives, I’m already stoked about sea kayaking in Maine. But don’t take my word for it. Listen to what John Connelly, manager of L.L.Bean’s Outdoor Discovery Schools, has to say about it. Connelly is a former U.S.Canoe and Kayak Team whitewater competitor and a Registered Maine Guide.

Now that winter has finally arrived in North America, it seems like a good time to speak with Nate Goldberg, a man whom I think embodies the very best of winter sports. Nate’s actual title these days is Product Manager-Beaver Creek Nordic Center at Beaver Creek Resort in Colorado. In

Why would any skier choose to click into skis so short that they look like clown feet? The short (ahem) answer is" to get better. The fact is that some sports have been transformed by revolutions in equipment design. Think of tennis, where it happened with oversize rackets. Joe Nevin,

I first met Tom Hale, the founder and president of Backroads, in his Berkeley, California headquarters about eight years ago. And I was a little floored by his exercise regimen. That morning, as on most mornings, he had risen somewhere between three and four to exercise. He had done 400