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15 countries. 16 states. 33 adventures. Your travel bucket list just got a whole lot longer.

Survive planes, trains, and automobiles with these essentials

From filmmaker Tom Welsh, The Problem of the Wilderness is a film set to the poem of environmental activist Bob Marshall.

Have you ever found yourself on a boat besieged by pirates? Aboard a derailing train? Former Navy SEAL Clint Emerson explains how to survive these crises and many more in his new book, 100 Deadly Skills: Survival Edition.

No sense driving to the ski hill when you can take a train instead.

Michal Huniewicz is a UK software developer with a knack for photography and a penchant for visiting places most tourists wouldn’t touch. The Saharan country of Mauritania certainly qualifies as one such place.

A bag that epitomizes the high quality of small-batch products made in the U.S.

Turn your smartphone into a sophisticated music player

Seeing Europe's famed countryside just got a lot easier.

Gas is cheap and flying is not. The dollar is strong, so tourists will be flocking to Europe—leaving domestic destinations blissfully uncrowded. The result: stay local and the country will be yours.

That's what they call the southern Indian state of Kerala, a laid-back tropical paradise where you can paddle hidden backwaters, trek the rugged Western Ghats, look for tigers, indulge in Ayurvedic treatments, and chill out on unspoiled beaches. Just leave your manic Western self behind.

Three plane fuselages in a Montana river might seem like a problem, but there’s more to the accident than meets the eye.

Rail trails are the ultimate in reusing and recycling. Converted from former railroad corridors, these multi-use paths carve gentle grades through cities and the countryside, making them family-friendly routes for hiking and biking. To date, there are more than 1,800 rail trails open nationwide, covering more than 21,000 miles. “They…

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