Separated by decades and thousands of miles, a family reunites in Istanbul.
No-cook summer meals, escapist reads, outdoor fitness — plus so many more ways to make the most of summer!
Art parks and sculpture gardens invite you to get into nature and move your body while enjoying their remarkable collections. Here are four to visit.
Derek Dellinger explored America's most awe-inspiring landscapes to help us all reconnect with nature.
Captain Liz Clark shares what she's learned from her solo voyage.
Here are four cities that aren't known for their food scenes — but ought to be.
Fly-fishing is a meditative activity that deepens your connection with nature, fellow anglers, and yourself.
Mario Rigby shares what he learned from his long-distance treks to inspire others to become more adventurous.
Each year, millions of birds engage in a remarkable feat of endurance as they fly from one continent to another. These six birdwatching hotspots offer the chance to see them as they rest during their journey.
Human-rights activist and author Sara Safari hopes her unexpected journey from engineer to mountaineer will inspire others to reach for their wildest dreams.
The National Park Service is known for conserving ecological wonders and recreation areas, but these six historical sites connect us with our past — and help us make sense of the present.
Sports travel lets you combine your favorite fitness passion with the opportunity to explore new places.
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard shares the wisdom of playing, working, and living simply.
One of our senior editors shares the skinny on riding a fat-tire bike.
Colorado's mountain dude ranches are dandy places to make four-legged friends - and reconnect with your own free spirit.
These classic road trips are packed with history and adventure. You might just be inspired to spend more time out of your car than in it.
Climbing does more than simply strengthen your body and help you explore new places.
A project documenting the remotest spots in all 50 states highlights the effects of development on the environment and human health.
You don’t need to check off items on a bucket list to convince yourself that you’ve lived a full life. Some of the most memorable experiences occur with no planning whatsoever.
A shinrin-yoku retreat provides opportunities to rebuild a healthy connection with nature and improve your well-being.
Yes, you can camp out and still create healthy, whole-food meals.