Travel Photography

A Kerouac-Approved Fire Tower Camping Trip

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...

Outside's Best Photos: August

Summer may be over, but it's just getting started somewhere else. These photos will get you ready to hit the road. 

Will Travel for Food

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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Best Travel Photography: May 2014

These images, from some of Outside's favorite photographers, will make you want to pack your bags and get lost in adventure.

Best Travel Photography: June 2014

These images, from some of Outside's favorite photographers, will make you want to pack your bags and get lost in adventure.

Traveling Toaster: A Road Trip

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...

The Northern Lights Have Never Been Better

Swedish Lapland is one of the top regions for catching Northern Lights and its Abisko National Park, a couple of kilometers north of Kiruna in Arctic Sweden, is arguably the very best location in...

Home Is Where You Park It

 A new Kickstarter project sprung from two years and 80,000 miles on the open road. 

Colombia Unexplored

No country on earth is more geographically blessed than Colombia, with its high-altitude peaks, lush jungles, pristine beaches, wildlife-rich rainforest, and strong coffee. Now that the guerrillas...

The Churches of Spain

I’ve had the pleasure to visit Spain several times over the last five years. One of the highlights of every trip I’ve taken is visiting the churches. From the smallest village to the...

Hawaii's Island of Lana'i

The island of Lana’i is one of the smallest and least visited of Hawaii’s islands. With only 3,000 permanent residents, it has a very small-town feel and avoids the crowds and...