Treacherous conditions at Laguna de Los Tres in Patagonia force two hikers to turn back but that doesn’t stop them from enjoying an unforgettable experience.
By Cindy Trillo Location: The Grand Canyon I grew up in Tucson, Arizona, the second-largest population center in the state. It can be tempting to think your home
By Cindy Trillo Location: The World How to be safe when exploring an ever-changing world For thirty years there’s been a progressive breaking down of borders
Travel broadens your horizons, but it is challenging to set aside time to take a real holiday (or vacation), but here is why you need to do it.
A healthy and relaxing adventure By Nikki Jones Location: Europe If you’re looking for an active and healthy, but also exhilarating holiday, setting out to
By Lauren Mack Nothing will put the brakes on a trip like getting sick or injured. Despite travelers’ best efforts to prepare and prevent common
As kids, we all dream of blasting off in a rocket ship headed for other worlds. Perhaps it was the romance of discovery or the desire to escape.
I’ve done many things, but I don’t hold any world records until now. I am the first person to ever cross state lines by riding a bicycle over a river!
If you didn’t know, I rode a bicycle around the world, and the most popular question was: “How did you ride a bike across the ocean?” My favorite joke was to say: “I just put extra air in the tires.” Now the joke has come true.
This recent guest post arrived just days ahead of a news story about Lance Armstrong full of controversy, upset and — maybe — inspiration.
British explorer Jock Wishart and Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky have unveiled a remarkable mission to conquer what could be one of the world’s last great “firsts” — the first rowing attempt to one of the world’s Poles.