Travel Photography

Indian Creek in a Different Light

Photographer Ben Moon takes us on his journey to the desert to climb some splitters in Indian Creek, using the all-new Lytro ILLUM camera—designed to capture fuller, deeper, and more stunning images...

Portraits of the Pacific Crest Trail

Photographer Ian Tuttle set up camp three times throughout the summer on the Pacific Crest Trail, capturing snippets of the 2,663-mile trail that stretches the length of the West Coast. He made...

25 Tiny Cabins We Long For

Sure, we've all dreamed about leaving work behind and retreating to a simple mountain getaway. But these lucky souls have made the dream a reality. We asked our Instagram followers to submit...

Norway in a Different Light

Photographer Ben Moon takes us on his journey through Norway, using the all-new Lytro Illum camera—designed to capture fuller, deeper, and more stunning images than ever before. Relive his adventure...

Outside's Best Travel Photography of the Fall

We see plenty of incredible travel photos every day—it's hard to pick only a handful to highlight as exceptional. However, these images published over the course of September really stood...

Spend the Night in the Sky: Rent a Fire Tower

Jack Kerouac spent the summer of 1956 manning a fire tower on Washington's Desolation Peak, in the northern Cascades. He didn't do much writing there, apparently, despite being alone with pencil...

Traveling the World in Search of Recipes

Author Allan Karl wanted an adventure. So he got on his motorbike and took off. Five continents, 35 countries, 40 recipes, and three years later, he ended up with one book. 

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Iceland in a Different Light

Travel down any dirt road in Iceland and you are bound to find an adventure. If you stay on that dirty road long enough, you’ll uncover what truly makes this tiny island in the freezing...

Traveling Toaster: Carl Zoch Photography

I’m not the type of person who becomes deeply attached to my belongings. But when I sold my things and moved into my Honda Element, the rig naturally grew on me. After all, it was home. Fast...