Sometimes—like on the Bay of Fundy Footpath or the Confederation Trail—your destination deserves your full attention. That’s when you want to leave the organizing to experts
How Cape Town, South Africa's water shortage changed one shower-lover’s life
So there we were, clinging to the via ferrata’s metal rungs, suspended from one of Saguenay National Park’s highest points. From here, the Saguenay River’s fast moving water seemed slow to a lull and the rich...
How do travellers turn great journeys into great books? After two decades of travel writing, Ryan Murdock gets (surprisingly) opposite advice from a few of the industry's greats.
When you road trip from the coasts of Southern Africa to the savannahs and deltas of Zimbabwe and Botswana, it’s hard not to contemplate where you fit in.
What’s it like to trek the history-filled, stunningly-wild, white-capped, bucolic and lush green coastal cliffs of Wales? Absolutely spectacular!
I Say Potato, You Say Putin-oh! The risk of speaking a little Russian when that’s about all you know
A longtime traveller recalls that time in St. Petersburg, Russia, when a little local knowledge could be a dangerous thing.
For our 25th wedding anniversary, my wife and I wanted to travel somewhere completely different, and so picked Iceland. It was wonderful: waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs, waterfalls, unusual geological format...
From its oddly-shaped hoodoos to its pumpkin-hued walls. Outpost heads to a Southwest gem just for the spectacular views The wind did not howl but roar—an unbridled beast ripping through the void beyond t...
Are the Glaciers that Feed Asia’s Rivers Disappearing? Explorer Jeff Fuchs Hits the Trail to Find Out
The Gangotri Glacier in Uttarakhand, India is the prime feeder of freshwater to the mighty Mother Ganges. Now experts want to know if it's disappearing.