The Kurdish region of Iraq is home to spectacular peaks, wild rivers, and fiercely hospitable people, and it could be the Middle East’s next big adventure tourism destination. But there’s one small catch: it’s still dangerous as hell.
Chad Sayers and Forest Coots traveled to Iran to find new ski terrain. However, they also explored the social impact skiing has on the country.
In its final season, A Skier's Journey explores the far reaches of skiing and the places it exists.
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Despite the republic's best efforts to modernize, its legacy of trade and cultural expansion still lingers three centuries later
The lush peaks of Iraqi Kurdistan are irresistible to a certain breed of bold backpacker: They're exotic, beautiful, and way off the beaten track. But when three young Americans were arrested by Iranian border guards in July 2009 after straying too far down a waterfall trail, the costs of adventure travel got a lot higher. As the hikers languished in their cell
As you may have heard, they ski in Iran. As you may not have heard, the terrain is pretty sweet, there are dudes bouncing on the chairlifts, and The hills are alive with happy women in flowing robes. Can we make peace with this place Immediately?
The year's best voices on the hottest spots around
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