Winter Steelheading on Vancouver Island
Ever since Swiss photographer Bruno Augsburger discovered the Canadian Yukon Territory in 2000, he's made it his goal to spend as much time there as possible. Augsburger will spend weeks alone in the wilderness, relying on bushcraft skills to survive.
Complaints abound, but number one may surprise you.
There are plenty of ski areas where you can show up without a map and dink around on mellow (read: boring) terrain all day. These aren’t those kind of resorts.
Pack up the surfboards and the mountain bikes but don’t get too lost in adventure, there’s plenty to eat and drink as well.
Hotel Jerome and its historic facelift.
More than 300-acres of outdoor fun
Where deep powder meets uncrowded runs
Five mountain towns where the skiing and riding are matched by equally entertaining off-the-slopes escapades.
Looking for the funnest terrain in North America? Go here.
El Cosmico is Marfa's roadside oasis
America's best kept surfing secret? Missoula, Montana. Not your first guess, we know, but photographer Paolo Marchesi stumbled upon a band of dedicated wave junkies in the heart of the West. Strongwater Surf Shop doesn't have beachfront access, but the store and it's loyal followers will do anything for a few good turns. Marchesi caught up with the crew this summer for an unexpected day of endless rides on the Lochsa River.
Glamping at its finest
I'd love to haul my kids up the railings to Half Dome, but don't want to risk accidents—or turning them off of hiking forever. How can we have fun while staying safe in the national park?