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No, Heroes Aren't Born. They're Built.

One of the most surprising heroes of World War II was a pint-sized shepherd nicknamed The Clown—and his fitness wisdom can change your life.

Christopher McDougall
Dec 16, 2014

Drop Anchor at a Balmy Island This Winter

From nearby to far-flung and exotic, we've got seven islands to cure your winter wanderlust. Turns out one of the most spectacular is right around the corner.

Stephanie Pearson
Oct 6, 2014

How to Buy Wine After the Napa Quake

Yes, Napa needs your support now more than ever. But if the great wine shortage of 2014 comes to pass, buy from these emerging wine regions.

AC Shilton
Aug 28, 2014

The Tiny Church Hidden High on a Mountain in Samos, Greece

A 90-minute hike over a rocky trail and steep climb up Mt. Kerkis, past the Cave of Pythagoras, in which the Greek philosopher is said to have hidden before going into exile, sits the 10th-century Evangelistria Monastery

Dave Seminara
Jan 11, 2013

Hiking the Imbros Gorge

The Samaria Gorge Trail in Crete is one of the most popular hikes in Europe. But in the summer, when the trail is unbearably hot and overrun with tourists, visit the Imbros, a simple walk in an area full of charm.

Dave Seminara
Oct 24, 2012

The Top 10 Travel Stories of 2011

From the world’s most fuel-efficient commercial plane to foreign economic collapses to a cloud-tickling hotel, the biggest adventure travel stories this year

Stephanie Pearson
Dec 20, 2011