A few wrong turns meant a few hundred more feet of climbing, all culminating in a chilly, wind-swept summit – but the views were worth it.
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A District Drenching
England’s Lake District charms still cast their spell despite my ignoring the forecast and abandoning four wheels for two.
Walking the Wall
A strenuous hike along England’s Hadrian’s Wall rewards with a glimpse into an ancient time and stunning scenery.
Something for everyone
Hedonists, stoners, and families all find a place on Negril’s sunny beaches and crystal waters.
Zermatt: All downhill
When the snow melts, two wheels are a great ski substitute at Switzerland’s famed resort.
Geothermal New Zealand
Watch your step! Geothermal activity on New Zealand’s North Island is not confined to spas and power plants.
A Study in Contrast
When travelling to New Zealand, dress for four seasons, expect the unexpected, and bring a good camera.
Be wary of the Cassowary
Australia’s Daintree Rainforest is biologically diverse, physically striking, and home to some critters that demand your respect.
With chilly ocean temps, the Aussie winter is a great time to look inland and explore south Queensland’s rich and diverse hinterland.
More than an opera house and boat rides, Sydney Harbour offers plenty for a foot-bound visitor seeking some car-free adventure.
Swimming the Reef
A visit to the Great Barrier Reef can be a challenge, but the visual treat under its rough and tumble seas make it worth the effort.
Shades of Uluru
Alcohol is prohibited in Uluru National Park but an exception is made for tours to see the brilliant light show delivered every sunset.