Adventure Travel

Taiwan is an Untapped Adventure Paradise

Taiwan is an Untapped Adventure Paradise

Content Produced in Partnership with Taiwan Tourism Bureau Like the Iceland’s and Thailand’s of the world, Taiwan is right on the brink of its tipping point. It has managed to fly under the radar so far, but savvy travelers are […]

Hike to a Secret Tribal Village in Taiwan: The Dali and Datong Villages Hidden Deep Within Taroko Gorge

Hike to a Secret Tribal Village in Taiwan: The Dali and Datong Villages Hidden Deep Within Taroko Gorge

Content Produced in Partnership with Taiwan Tourism Bureau With almost 25% of the population indigenous, Taiwan is rich with tribal culture. There are 16 tribes spread around the country, six of which can be found in the Hualien area. Also […]

7 Incredible Landscapes You Won't Believe Are in Kansas

7 Incredible Landscapes You Won’t Believe Are in Kansas

Content Produced in Partnership with Travel Kansas When you picture Kansas, your mind may instinctively drift to the Sunflower State, golden wheat swaying in the breeze, or the Yellow Brick Road. Despite what we’ve been conditioned to believe, shades of yellow are not […]

Your National Park Bucket List: The Best Photo Opps & Tips for Maximizing Your Time

Your National Park Bucket List: The Best Photo Opps & Tips for Maximizing Your Time

Dubbed “America’s Best Idea,” one of my favorite summer activities is camping and hiking at the national parks. Officially, there are 59 national parks (not counting the state parks and other protected nature areas) spread across every biosphere and corner of […]

Patagonia is Incredibly Hard to Plan, But Totally Worth It Once You Get There

Patagonia is Incredibly Hard to Plan, But Totally Worth It Once You Get There

A lot of people wonder where Patagonia is located because it’s basically the edge of the Earth. As far south as you can possible get in South America, the raw wilderness clings to the very tip of the continent. Rugged and […]

Machu Picchu or Patagonia: Which is the Best Long Distance Trek for You?

Machu Picchu or Patagonia: Which is the Best Long Distance Trek for You?

If you’re considering doing a long distance trek, South America’s signature hikes should be at the top of your expedition bucket list. Machu Picchu and the O or W in Patagonia are amazing, multi-day journeys that are designed to change […]

Coloradical Winter Activities to Survive the Denbrr Chill (Besides the Obvious)

Coloradical Winter Activities to Survive the Denbrr Chill (Besides the Obvious)

It’s no secret that winter is not my favorite season. While most of my friends are busy racking up ski days like it’s going out of style, I’m counting down the days until summer returns and wondering if it’s socially […]

2016: Bigger, Badder, and Now Uncut

2016: Bigger, Badder, and Now Uncut

This year. All I can say is whoa. There have been some serious highs, some serious lows, and a lot of WTF moments in between. The adventures have been more spontaneous, the moments heightened, and the reflections deeper. I’ve grown […]

22 Things That Surprised Me About New Zealand

22 Things That Surprised Me About New Zealand

Before we get into the nitty gritty, let’s make one thing clear: I was obsessed with New Zealand before I ever stepped foot on the island. It had been #1 on my bucket list for years, but I had put […]

The Best Day Trips from Denver

The Best Day Trips from Denver

It’s no secret I have itchy feet syndrome bad. In fact, if I’m in the same place for too long, I start to experience the same symptoms as withdrawal –irritability, restlessness, trouble sleeping. While I love culture and will always […]