“I have seen other places like Sipadan, 45 years ago, but now no more. Now we have found an untouched piece of art.”
~ Jaques Cousteau Continue Reading →
The Angel’s Landing Trail
The hike to Angel’s Landing (formerly known as the Temple of Aeolus) is well-known as being one of the most spectacular hikes in Zion National Park in Utah, which places it among the most beautiful hikes in the world. However, it’s also one of the most dangerous. Continue Reading →
By Guest Blogger Jack Mauro
For a relatively small and flat land mass, the UK has a surprising amount of adventure activities. In the past I’ve covered cultural adventures, urban adventures in London, and coasteering in Lulworth Cove.
Today the question that I’m addressing is not “What exciting activities are there to do?”, it’s “How can I relax and soothe my sore muscles at the end of the day?” Continue Reading →
Guest post by Sloan Dorr
Patrick and I had picked up a fellow wanderluster at the Canadian boarder. Ha had translucent skin and was tall and skinnier than my pinky finger with long shaggy hair and a malt liquor habit. He’d ride a skateboard everywhere if he could, carries a pen and paper for his art, and is always waiting for a bone to heal, a cut to scab, or a bruise to lose its color. One of those guys that wears a wool hat in the summertime because he’s cold, not because he’s a hipster. His hands are always stained with ink because he can’t stop drawing charicatures. They’re crude, but really good. Continue Reading →
Adventurous Excusions in Punta Cana
Punta Cana is one of (or perhaps the) most visited destination in the Dominican Republic. Most people go there for all-inclusive resorts and golfing. If you’re the adventurous type, you may find yourself wondering what to do in Punta Cana. Not to worry. There are plenty of adventurous excursions in Punta Cana. These five, in my humble outdoors-loving opinion, are the best. Continue Reading →
Jaillan Yehia isn’t an adventure traveller. So what the hell is she doing on a double-zip line flying over the French Alps at 100km an hour?
All I can think about is the girl on the fairground ride whose hair got caught in the mechanism. Continue Reading →
The day started with an AM taxi ride out to Kampot from Sihanoukville in Cambodia. The trunk was full of SCUBA tanks and other required diving gear. We were hunting for a water-filled cave in the jungle, after all. Continue Reading →