Nature & Wildlife

The Man on the Mountain
The Man On the Mountain

We were high in the Pyrenees, mid-way through a whirlwind of non-stop adventures, and when they told us that we were heading up to the mountain village of Meranges to meet Eduardo Jornet — father of famed runner and mountaineer Kilian Jornet, who had just...

A Soaked Spring in Yosemite

After its wettest winter on record and a staggering sixty-three-feet of snow, Northern California — Yosemite included — is swollen with flooded valleys and thundering waterfalls....

Five Adventure Destinations to Discover Next

If you’re a passionate adventure traveler, chances are you’ve already explored more than a few of the world’s iconic destinations. On your continuing quest for fresh travel discoveries, your curious spirit pushes you toward places that typical tourists aren’t likely to visit — and we’ve...

Birds That “Hire” Bodyguards

In the Everglades, birds use alligators as bodyguards. Of course, the reptiles' services come with a price. Read about this fascinating, new research....

In Search of Starlight: The Rise of Dark Sky Tourism

While fewer than 200 stars are typically visible to city dwellers, up to 15,000 are on display in the least disturbed night skies. We may have to go in search of starlight, but chasing dark skies is an exhilarating travel adventure....