Jacob Baynham

22,000 Miles Under the Sun

Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg will now attempt the first solar-powered, round-the-world flight in their high-tech, carbon-fiber, kind-of-cramped plane

Stay at Warren Miller's Old Stomping Ground

It's been more than 20 years since legendary ski-film director Warren Miller was shooting movies in the mountains above Island Lake Lodge, back when it was a single bunkhouse with an old snowcat....

Mat Men: Yoga Essentials

Like plenty of other athletic guys, I'd seriously underestimated yoga. It's deceptively difficult and occasionally deserving of expletives—but just as fun with the right gear.

God's Country: Lake Titicaca

November is springtime in the altiplano of South America, where the vast two-million-acre Lake Titicaca collides with the 20,000-foot peaks of the Cordillera Real and an endless sky. Set yourself up...

Pass the Sweet Stuff

While you were busy flipping flapjacks, the maple-syrup business has been going through a major upheaval.

The Mother of All Anti-Fracking Tools

The first county in the United States to outlaw fracking has an idea that could give environmentalists the upper hand—and deliver a major setback to big oil.

The 5 Best Lake Getaways

With sites like VRBO.com, it’s easier than ever to rent a sweet place on a spectacular body of water. These five classic lakes offer the perfect blend of isolation and comfort.

Opposites Attract in New Zealand

Our summer is the perfect time to migrate south to new zealand, where July means trekking-perfect temperatures and no crowds

Bhutan Base Camp

Get way out there at the new luxury hotel Uma Punakha, in the foothills of Bhutan's Himalayas