Jason Daley

Rooms to Drool Over

Five perfect dog-friendly adventure lodges and hotels around the U.S.

Doggie Destinations: Rivers

Your number-one travel companion wants more than a vacation. Presenting our favorite trips to satisfy his (and your) wanderlust.

Doggie Destinations: Snowsports

Your number-one travel companion wants more than a vacation. Presenting our favorite trips to satisfy his (and your) wanderlust.

Doggie Destinations: Beaches

Dogs and their owners lean to surf in San Diego, which has becoming a dog-surfing Mecca in recent years.

Doggie Destinations: Walks

Your number-one travel companion wants more than a vacation. Presenting our favorite trips to satisfy his (and your) wanderlust.

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The 9 Toughest Ultramarathons

Used to be that running a 50- or 100-mile race earned you bragging rights for life. No more. Today, the word “ultra” has been slapped on laundry detergent, lite beer, and any marathon...

The Most Dangerous Trips: Hiking Long's Peak

Wake up before sunrise on a summer morning in Estes Park, Colorado, and the most abundant wildlife you’ll see is bleary-eyed hikers heading off to the trailhead for the Keyhole Route up 14,259-foot...

The Most Dangerous Trips: Climbing Denali

Denali is deceptively short for a man-eater. At 20,320 feet, it's a fraction of the height of peaks like Everest or K2. But Denali’s 18,000-foot vertical rise from its base plateau makes climbing it...

The Most Dangerous Trips: Paddling the Forks of the Kern

You’ve been warned—at the entrance to Kern Canyon, an information sign tallies the number of deaths on the river since 1968. At last count, it stood at 266. That stat hasn’t dissuaded thousands of...

The Most Dangerous Trips: Surfing Pipeline

Pipeline at Banzai Beach on Oahu’s North Shore is the world’s most iconic surf break, and a strong contender for most dangerous. The wave, which averages 8 to 9 feet but can hit up to 20, is known...

The Most Dangerous Trips: Biking Porcupine Rim

Porcupine Rim is second only to Slickrock as the most popular bike trail in Moab, Utah. But just because it’s in the Disneyland of trail riding doesn’t mean anyone is watching over you. Once you...

The Most Dangerous Trips: Skiing Delirium Dive

When it comes to skiing deaths, the Grim Reaper spreads the pain equitably across US ski resorts and backcountry slopes. According the Ski Industries Association, roughly 40 people per year die while...