The Go List
5 Places You Need to Visit While the Dollar Is Strong
We live in a time of the shrinking economy class seat, but a few simple DIY tricks can help upgrade your experience, without having to pay too much for it.
Used to be that traveling to Antarctica meant playing Russian roulette with your life—Hello, Sir Ernest Shackleton. Tourism to the coldest, driest and windiest place on Earth started in earnest in the 1950s, but even 15 years ago, getting there was a challenge.
Spirit Airlines is promulgating a questionnaire that allows passengers to rant about the profusion of things that annoy them about air travel, but really it’s a forum for the no-frills airline to justify its policies and take a dig at its competitors.
The road is often defined by those you meet while traveling. I learned the truth of this during a recent trip to Ireland when I came across a young woman who had left Boston to complete her bucket list.
Most domestic airlines have quietly made a drastic change to their frequent flier programs, making miles harder to accrue. Here's a tip sheet that'll keep you racking up the points.
Summer on Michigan’s southwest shoreline is hard to beat if you are looking for a place to kick back. Fall, however, turns the region into an idyllic adventure destination. Warm days, bigger waves, and beautiful dunes make the coast of Lake Michigan the perfect autumn escape.
Last month, after two years of preparation, Goncalves stepped off the ledge with friends Brian Drake and Shane Murphy. Fast and close to the cliff, it was breathtaking to watch as an almost rehearsed-sounding ‘whoa’ emerged from the crowd.
A new wave of travel apps is helping travelers connect with locals in more meaningful ways—and get outside with less hassle. These days, you're just a few taps away from learning how to cook a family recipe inside someone's kitchen, or even pitching a tent in his backyard.
As airlines pack more passengers than ever onto each plane, a single storm can reverberate through the system—leaving flyers stranded as agents scramble to find ever-rarer empty seats on later flights. But you aren't entirely at the mercy of the airlines.
Few establishments in Aspen, Colorado have witnessed more change than Hotel Jerome, built 125 years ago in a grand brick building on Main Street to house mining barons and their entourages. Today it's a perfect representation of the sort of snowy Beverly Hills (with great skiing and snowboarding) that Aspen has become.
If you heard recently that the best day to buy airline tickets is a Sunday, close to 57 days before the flight, you were misinformed.
Val Thorens in the French Alps is skiing’s answer to the big-and-tall store. The area has come a long way since the ’70s, when Brutalist-style apartment buildings popped up to accommodate pioneering residents. The concrete boxes have since given way to stylish, modern hotels such as Altapura.
Armed with a pair of sandals and a serious dose of courage, my buddy Andy Feuling set out on what he called "an experiment." Success entailed not falling—and having the kiteboarding ride of his life.
We won’t sugarcoat it: Twin Farms resort in Barnard, Vermont is expensive—as in empty-your-bank-account-because-you-only-live-once expensive. But travel is for dreamers, right? And Twin Farms, set on an idyllic 300-acre plot in the rolling Green Mountains, is pretty damn dreamy.