By Everett Potter Walking tours, don’t you know, may just be the best way to see the world. The pace is slow, the better to take in all the new sights and sounds around you. You can savor the landscape, the architecture, and the people you encounter, just as you
By Everett Potter You don’t need to fly to the ends of the earth to have a real adventure. The United States offers plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, rafting, kayaking, and multisport trips. Here are five to check out for travel in 2023. Alaska’s Kenai Multi-Adventure Tour This Backroads trip
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 Everett Potter Slow Travel is trending, and nothing is delightfully slower than a walking trip. Ideally, the scenery should be amazing, the company stimulating, the food and wine stellar. Fall looms large as the best time for such a trip, as the summer heat dissipates and summer tourists vanish.
By Everett Potter Just when we thought it was safe to travel again, Omicron arrived. I seem to have spent more time making and cancelling travel plans in the past few months than I’d care to admit. While the coast is far from clear, it seems like carpe diem should be
By Everett Potter There’s a lot of pent-up demand among travelers seeking amazing adventure trips and discoveries in 2022. We’re talking about something beyond the usual six-day soft adventure trip. If you want to take your travels to the next level and return home with amazing tales and bragging rights,
By Everett Potter As many of us slowly resume traveling, nothing epitomizes “slow travel” more than a walking trip. The best itineraries are a combination of dramatic scenery, wonderful regional cuisine and a pace that offers exercise and adventure in equal measure. It’s the perfect way to reflect on the
By Everett Potter The good news for travelers is that with some European countries now actively welcoming back Americans, a number of forward-thinking adventure travel companies are already offering trips to these destinations. For those who love walking, hiking and cycling, not to mention eating, drinking local wine, and relaxing