Category Archives: Travel

By : GEICO February 28, 2015

1. Crystal Lake What will take your breath away: Looking at a crystal-clear reflection of ALL THIS. What will literally take your breath away: Hiking 8.5 miles up an old Read More

By : Carly Ledbetter October 27, 2014

As winter is approaching here in the United States, we’re looking for a warmer hideaway before the first snowfall. A likely choice? Australia, where it’s currently warm and a lovely Read More

By : Kari Haugeto October 27, 2014

The 2-1/2 mile hike to Rose River Falls is classified as “easy” in all of the guides to Shenandoah National Park. But “easy” is relative. If you come here during Read More

By : Michael Alan Connelly October 15, 2014

Choosing the right hotel is an important part of any successful vacation, but there’s something about the Caribbean, more than other parts of the world, that makes you want to Read More

By : Harper's Bazaar Staff October 15, 2014

Esencia, Riviera Maya, Mexico Built to the precise spec of a wealthy duchess, this boutique resort on Mexico’s Riviera Maya is more concerned these days with the demands of its Read More

By : H.Q. Roosevelt October 9, 2014

Welcome to Banff National Park! Established in 1885 in the Rocky Mountains, Banff National Park, with it’s numerous glaciers and ice fields, dense coniferous forest, and alpine landscapes is Canada’s Read More

By : boredpanda October 7, 2014

“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting, and autumn a mosaic of them all.” ― Stanley Horowitz Continue Reading…

By : Chris Kassar August 6, 2014

Adventure Blog Illinois: Explore Giant City State Park Posted by Chris Kassar on July 22, 2014 (1) 1 Share on email More » Hiker at Giant City State Park, Illinois; Read More

By : Doug Schnitzspahn August 6, 2014

A truly great trail winds into the essence of a place, so when assembling this list of the world’s great hikes we kept an eye on more than the footpath. Read More

By : CNTraveler.com July 24, 2014

Our national parks are overwhelming in every way — in number, in size, in their capacity to inspire wonder. And the question remains: Which one will you see next? For Read More

By : Chloe Pantazi July 24, 2014

Airlines catch a lot of flak for what they get wrong. Delays, turbulence, dogs crapping all over the aisles — there’s plenty that can go wrong when you’re soaring through Read More

By : Sophie-Claire Hoeller July 18, 2014

There are sexy houseboats, palatial RVs, and luxe, moveable cabins – but a mansion on rails? Well, that’s a thing now in Japan. Always on the cutting edge of everything, Read More

By : Kate Abbey-Lambertz July 18, 2014

Here’s a problem we love to have: too many stunning beaches to choose from. That’s the constant conundrum with the Great Lakes, where you could spend an entire summer adventuring, Read More

By : Colorado July 10, 2014

One of the best things about being a professional snowboarder is being able to combine 2 of my passions: traveling and snowboarding. Whether it is for a competition or through Read More

By : DAN ELDRIDGE July 10, 2014

Touring through small-town New England in search of autumn’s changing colours has become such a popular activity, it has sprouted its own enthusiastic subculture of ‘leaf-peepers’. But this trip is Read More

By : SCOTT KENNEDY July 10, 2014

In Canada’s Banff and Jasper National Parks, mountains, big mountains, rise above the tree line — grey in the summer and white monoliths of stone in the winter. The wild Read More

By : Admin July 10, 2014

How to drive across the USA hitting all the major landmarks…I would love to do this some day. I wonder if there is anyone in the world that I could Read More

By : Andrew Villagomez July 9, 2014

With the entire world set to descend on Brazil for the World Cup, there has never been a better time to… NOT go to Brazil. But it is the perfect Read More