When Villa de Leyva isn't hosting some cool annual event—fetes for kites, indie films and more—it's a tranquil town of 10,000.
He’s tackled the Tour du Mont Blanc, Whistler’s Coast Mountains and the hills of Lake Titicaca. Now, in what may be his most important run ever, Outpost contributor Robert Brodey heads to southwest France to reconnect with family roots.
Colombia is a country of vast natural gifts, and the Chicamocha Canyon is one for awesome whitewater rafting opportunities.
Colombia's two biggest cities, Bogotá and Medellín, have a sibling rivalry of titanic proportions, and both are worth checking out.
Colombia is fast becoming a nation of cyclists, and Bogotá is the best place to see the locals' wheels in action.
Robert Brodey's family has been spending summers in the French Pyrenees since the 1960s. After running his first race there, he reflects on nearly five full decades of changes: in the region, in his family and in their stories.
With but a sliver of footwear, a cross-country runner explores the high-altitude life around Lake Titicaca.