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The adventurer takes us through self-doubt, being a dad, and learning to stick with it

With 50 countries and more than a decade of travel under her belt, Liz Carlson, AKA the Young Adventuress, knows a thing or two about the best locales for a trip abroad

Get the most bang for your buck by planning a trip to one of these international destinations

The otherworldly landscapes from the HBO show are all worth a trip

Building buff digits might take less time than you think, according to the Spanish scientist

The summer heat in Mallorca, Spain is no joke, but climbers have the perfect antidote, deep water soloing.

In our ongoing Weekly Escape series, we aim to transport you from your desk to an incredible place in two minutes or less

Rock climbers from around the world suffer under Patxi Usobiaga. But why?

Atlantic bluefin tuna are among the most hunted species on the planet and one of the best ways to see the effects of an increasingly industrialized food chain. But for a few short weeks during early summer on Spain’s southern coast, an ancient ritual known as the almadraba still plays out—an intense, intimate, and violent tradition that strives to harvest some of the world's most valuable seafood in a sustainable manner.

Rock climbers are flocking to world-class walls in Catalonia. Here's why.

Hayes made history by becoming the first woman to climb a 15.5a—the 131-foot La Rambla line up El Pati wall in Siurana, Spain. These photos follow her journey from the bottom of the crag to the anchors.

Director Oliver Astrologo spent five days collecting footage for this film Lanzarote. He became immersed in the routine of the fisherman, mesmerized by the winemakers' nurturing of their grapes, and aspiring to be like the Iron Men training on the island.

For those looking for a taste of the action, VanYou is expanding access to #VanLife. They've got a fleet of adventure ready van available for rent in Spain.

Miles Away is a short video from climber Dave MacLeod about ultrarunner Alicia Hudelson and her love for running in the mountains

Long hauls to the mountains can get boring. More often than not, any beautiful landscape outside the car window is blocked by a huge serving of McDonald’s fries plastered on the side of a semi-truck. Now, a new project in Spain is transforming these eyesores into something people will actually want to look at. For the Truck Art Project, some of Spain’s best contemporary artists are partnering with commercial shipping company Palibex to convert 100 out-of-service trucks into moving canvases. The project launched with 10 trucks this February, with plans to introduce more this year.

The third episode of Season 5 of Salomon Running TV follows runners Max King and Ellie Greenwood as they explore Barcelona on foot.

A little over 200 brown bears call northern Spain home. We found them.

The secrets behind the 40-year old Catalan ultrarunner’s winning streak

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

Sunny destinations for last-minute escapes

In October, 12 women will compete in one of the world's oldest male-dominated sports. The race? A 38,000-mile monster through pirate-infested waters and rough seas.

I could care less about luggage-sorting robots or Facebook kiosks. But high-tech bells and whistles that actually elevate my hotel stay? Yes, please. Be sure to book the following forward-looking lodgings whose amenities go well beyond the usual gimmickry.  Stanford Court San Francisco Hotel | (Ted…

A religious pilgrimage and epic thru-hike

Called the purest form of climbing, deep-water soloing (DWS) is free rock climbing practiced on sea cliffs, lakeside ledges, or climbing walls above pools. In deep-water soloing, water serves as the safety net. In deep-water soloing, water is your safety net. “It’s an exciting type of climbing; usually you can’t…

Hikers around the world are rediscovering Spain's Camino de Santiago, Medieval Europe's version of the thru-hike. A veteran of the pilgrimage shares his tips for getting your boots on the path.

From southern Europe to southeast Asia, six regions where great adventure is infused with even better food. Pack your appetite.

Whether you're looking forward to your first dance with death or pride yourself on being a seasoned veteran, these tips will help you enjoy a safe run with the bulls

Where are the best places in the world to learn to BASE jump?

It's been seven years since legendary bull runner Julen Madina was gored five times in Pamplona. Here he relives the moment in detail.

Every year the goriest moments from the Running of the Bulls flash across television screens, but the instances of bravery that follow are often cut out. Presenting the ten most dangerous moments at the Fiesta de San Fermin, from start to finish.

The ten best ways to have a great time at the Fiesta de San Fermin, without taking a horn or nightstick to the head.

Talk to me about Spain in the late summer! I'm planning my trip now and want to have a hell of a time!—LisaBoulder, CO

Kelly Slater takes time out after his ninth World Surfing Championship to answer a few questions

Decompress from summer in Spain's Pyrenean lodges

Biking & Nightlife

Wind, waves, and siestas—just a few of the reasons to discover Tarifa, Spain

All it takes is one trip to change your life - and we've got 40 of 'em. Dreaming of close encounters with cheetahs or penguins? Want to climb a mountain in Peru? Experience an epic trek in China? One trip, one world - that's all it takes.

Living well is a European tradition, but playing hard is the continent's secret passion. We discover five towns where you'll be both challenged and charmed.

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