A human “rewilding” retreat helps a longtime city dweller face her fears, relinquish control, and rediscover what sparks her joy.
Gritty, military-inspired team adventures push your mental and physical limits. They may also redefine your idea of fun.
Our fitness editor’s “what if” curiosity leads to a transformational trek in the Andes.
Simple tips for getting out of your house — and your comfort zone — from adventurer Alastair Humphreys.
Roll up your sleeves and make a difference with voluntourism.
New-experience getaways that help you leave old behaviors behind.
More than just a vacation, these retreat centers offer restoration for mind, body, and soul.
Senior fitness editor Maggie Fazeli Fard offers a sneak peek at her trek to Machu Picchu in hopes of inspiring you to take on a challenge that will push you in mind, body, and spirit.
Roll right over the winter blahs by heading south for a warm-weather bike tour.
World traveler Tyson Mayr crusades for clean water in the Third World — and proves that simple acts can make a big difference.
Experience Life’s fitness editor discovers that PrimalCon — an immersion into primal living in the modern world — involves more than just eating like a caveman.
Breathtaking views and pristine mountain trails make the Yellowstone Ski Festival an early-season mecca for skiers of all abilities.
Join Experience Life’s Steve Waryan on the Rendezvous Ski Trails in West Yellowstone during his trip to the Yellowstone Ski Festival last November.
A canoe transports you to places you’d never see otherwise — at a speed that allows you to appreciate them.
Thanks to its physical and mental challenges, rock climbing gives new meaning to upward mobility.
Why a change of scenery can make us feel better about everything — including ourselves.
Choose your own summer adventure with a trio of travel books that explore life off the beaten path.
Learn about yourself through equine eyes with hippotherapy.
Casie Leigh Lukes on the benefits of trying new things — to banish the blahs out of this long winter.
40-something Heidi Wachter demos the three moves that helped her get comfortable on her skateboard as an adult — and tries something new, too!
When a hog hunt is about more than just hunting.