How a whirlwind and highly-planned couchsurfing trip to Europe helped a young traveller become the person he’s choosing to be.
In his ongoing quest to explore the planet’s most beautiful trails, an avid ultra-runner heads to one of Europe’s highest mountains for a gruelling five-day walk.
In Chile’s spectacular Atacama Desert everything is high, even the bottom of the deepest canyon
“If one had salt or tea, one was rich, one could live.” Spoken slowly, the words come out of a lined and haunted face, the mouth barely moving. It is a face worn and enlightened by eight decades in the full of ...
We are just outside the Andean village of Chawaytiri—meaning Village of the Llama, or Eye of the Llama—that sits at 12,000 feet in the highlands, just 50 kilometres from Cusco in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
One woman travels nearly 8,000 kilometres to mingle with 30,000 audiophile men to figure out vinyl’s second wave.
We came to Wales in search of the man behind King Arthur, but we found so much more: friendship, childhood memories, mystery, and many layers of the past.
In the Peruvian Andes, explorer Jeff Fuchs treks across high-altitude valleys, guided by a force that defines mountain life: reciprocity.
Tea has been Asia’s beverage of choice for more than a millennia. For Jeff Fuchs—a long-addicted tea fanatic—the journey to Yunna is a step into nirvana.
Story by Liza Finlay, photos by Naomi Finlay The ribbon of road wends its way north, bobbing and dipping through wild thatches of forest that have been trimmed and tamed to make room for man. Swaths of north...