From a pocket knife to a fresh pair of board shorts
Five times the size of Texas, the country offers a stunning array of options for getting lost. Here are eight of our favorite escapes.
The town of Mahabalipuram, a UNESCO World Heritage site an hour from Chennai, in Tamil Nadu, has blossomed into the epicenter of India's burgeoning surf scene
Generations of climbers, journalists, and scholars relied on her reporting from the foot of the world's 8,000-meter peaks
In this film from Salomon, pro skiers Kalen Thorien and Cody Townsend take twenty-two-year-old Swedish skier Lovisa Rosengren to Kashmir, India.
High in the Himalayas is where filmmaker Alessandro Rovere found what he was looking for, a breath of fresh air.
Canadian adventurer Bruce Kirkby decided that his family was in a technology-driven rut, so he set up a grueling journey from British Columbia to Zanskar, a remote region in northern India. The dream was exploration and growth. The reality involved unexpected risks that made him wonder if the whole thing was an epic mistake.
This spring, Italians Stefano Conz, Giovanni Testa, Davide Bozalla, and Vittorio Michelini—aka Team Rust and Dust—set out to cover more than 2,000 miles across India in rickshaws. Hosted by an organization called The Adventurists, The Rickshaw Run gave 69 teams the keys to two-cylinder, seven horsepower stallions to take on a free-form route across India through, as the event’s website put it, “whatever shit the road throws at you.” Getting lost, getting stuck, and breaking down are guaranteed. Here, Team Rust and Dust shares a few of their fondest moments. They came in last.
The Khardung La Challenge is the highest ultramarathon in the world.
Jamtara Wilderness Camp brings the safari to India
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