Topics :: action-adventure

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The Gay, Great Outdoors: Mikah Meyer's Record-Breaking National Park Expedition

By Jill Gleeson | Nov 24
Gay adventurer Mikah Meyer hits the road in an effort to visit all 413 National Park Service sites by 2019, making him the youngest person to do so and the only one to complete the task in a single expedition.

Six Top Travel Trends for 2013

Dec 31
A leading adventure travel company specializing in exotic learning vacations has announced its list of the hottest travel trends for 2013.

Outward Hound Collection for Four-Legged Friends

Dec 12
Kyjen’s Outward Hound collection makes outdoor activities like hiking, swimming and traveling with dogs easy, convenient and fun.

Stowe’s Winter Rendezvous to Celebrate 29th Birthday

Nov 15
Winter Rendezvous, the longest and largest running Gay Ski Week in the northeast, is now in its 29th year and ready to celebrate with five days of wintry bliss.

El Portal Sedona Hotel Rocks Girls’ Getaways

By Wendy Rubicam | Aug 4
If you are planning a girls’ getaway, think outside the box and head to Sedona, AZ for a truly unforgettable experience.

Top Six Skywalks

Aug 3
Fears can be as simple as disliking enclosed places or not wanting to see snakes or spiders, but one of the most common fears held by adults is of heights.  

Why Adventure Travel Is Good for Health: Active Travelers Shed Pounds and Live Longer

Jul 24
"Adventure travel options give travelers the ability to set their own pace while immersing themselves in the local culture and natural beauty of the region."

Yellowstone Ranked as Best Adventure Vacation in US

Jun 8
Yellowstone National Park has been ranked as the best adventure vacation in the United States by U.S. News and World Report.

Bicycling Through Bike-Friendly Destinations

Jun 6
While most travelers know that Copenhagen and Amsterdam are ideal for exploring by bicycle, the rise of bike-sharing and bike tours in other cities is making discovering other destinations by bicycle easier than ever.

Two Million Maine Acres Conserved for Wildlife and Recreation

May 21
In Maine, the second-largest easement in US history connects two million acres of woods, waters, and mountains: now conserved for wildlife, recreation and forestry.

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