Escape civilization and head into the unknown by visiting one of these 10 off-the-grid paradises.
Escape the heat and head to Colorado’s Ouray Ice Park, deep inside the San Juan Mountains, to climb Uncompahgre Gorge’s 40-to-200 foot-tall walls.
Since October 2011, Alyeska Resort has received 746 inches of snow and counting.
Climb, rappel and swim through narrow, secret sandstone hallways
Skip Moab, Utah and the rush to ride the world-famous, expert-level Porcupine Rim Trail.
Road bike The Kentucky Bourbon Trail to learn more about America’s sweetheart spirit—and get a buzz.
Anyone needing a rough coastal escape should head to Santa Cruz Island
Great local music and pink granite domes.
Anyone lacking a good fish story should go and book the guides.
Forget the drunk, stumbling, bleached-blonde, muscled hordes of Panama City. Take a trip to one of the country’s top spots for adventure and come back refreshed.
Tough cyclists willing to haul bear spray, extra water, a repair kit, and emergency gear will love this ride.
Consistent waves and a gnarly hike with an unrivaled view.
National Geographic Expeditions’ 14-day journey to Antarctica begins in Buenos Aires and heads due south to the world’s southernmost city, Ushuaia.
Ditch Times Square. The New Year is the perfect time to lose the crowds and try something different: dog sledding in Alaska, scuba diving off the coast of Belize, or sailing along the Antarctic...
Belize is the epicenter for adventure travelers hell bent on spending their New Year’s Eve scuba diving one of the world’s underwater holy grails. But fewer travelers are aware of the country’s deep-...