Robert Earle Howells
Whitewater on Maine's Kennebec River, single-track in Vermont—these are the Northeast's best-kept adventure secrets
Twelve authentic islands, luscious resorts, genuine fun
If British Columbia didn't invent the adventure lodge, the province sure has perfected the genre. Here are four that do it right, with a twist: You can't drive to any of them.
Travel can be a minefield of fatigue, jet lag, strange food, and fitness regimens shot to hell. It doesn't have to be that way. With our road-warrior plan, you can fight back—and win.
Five Idyllic Beach Towns and Mellow Surf Meccas
Deep in the redwood hills near Mendocino lies the Big River Estuary, a secret cache that will soon belong to bears, bobcats, otters, and you.
Kayaking, biking, hiking and gawking along the wild west's farthest shores
Ten lodges where you can take it all in, and then launch an expedition out the back door
When outfitting yourself for desert or tropics, you no longer need to choose between protecting your epidermis and sweltering or going skimpy and inviting melanoma. New togs of tightly woven, highly sun-protective fabrics combined with built-in screen doors now reconcile coverage and comfort. RailRider’s Eco-Mesh Shirt Pants, and…
Warm, windswept, unfettered, ever-changingNorth America's four great desert regions hide untold possibilities for classic winter adventure. They may be scorching and sere, with prickly dangers over every horizon, but if you know where to goand how to explore wiselyyou'll find these 500,000 square miles of desolation downright hospitable.
Our thoroughly opinionated guide to the five sexiest sporting islands.
Ride a sudden whim or a sturdy steed to arid expanses where solitude reigns
Beyond the top ropes and chalk stains, Joshua Tree's famous granite reveals its more mysterious faces.
The Teachings of Gerineldo “Moises” Chavez (or The Rainforest is a Great Place to Save, But I Wouldn’t Want to Live There)
Deep in the seething, fecund Amazon jungle, a seeker finds wisdom, beauty, exciting new recipes, and inexhaustible armadas of biting insects. O Sting, where is they death?
Will Earth's most fragile unexplored ecosystems survive the age of adventure?