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When the sun goes down, they take to the streets

Anxiety, hypochondria, OCD, and travel might sound like a recipe for disaster. But I've seen the world despite my mental health. Here's how I manage my mind on the road.

From remote wilderness resorts to a ski-in, ski-out hotel, these properties care as much about environmental practices as they do guest amenities

There's been limited research on the risks kids face in thin air, which means parents and guides have to make some tough decisions

The Points Guy is hooking up one fortunate traveler with $13,000 worth of airline points

Arizona's Mt. Graham was always there to climb. We just had to stop and do it.

Make popping a squat as painless and embarrassment-free as possible

Aniceto Almeida rode his bike more than 3,000 miles to the Atacama Crossing desert race without an entry spot. Vladmi Virgilio, a blind ultrarunner, showed up without a guide. Both trusted that it would all work out.

Think ahead, travel right—and for goodness' sake, bring clean water

Growing research debunks the myth that the paleo movement replicates the diet of our ancestors. Here's what they were actually eating.

On March 30, the five kayakers launched their boats at the village of La Tunia, attempting to make the first descent of the Rio Apaporis over 30 days. Twenty-one days and 500 miles later, FARC rebels ended it.

A guide to the places where glory will be won—and where the victors will live, sleep, and train

Even if you’re not traveling from Los Angeles to Patagonia by way of 13 countries like this writer did, you’ll want to add his travel resources to your to-meet and to-read list

This month, German Freya Hoffmeister became the first kayaker to circumnavigate the continent, paddling through everything from gale-force winds to ship-clogged canals.

These adventure geniuses will make your next trip the one you never, ever forget.

Stronger dollar? Check. Weaker euro? Check. Time to go see the world again!

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