Learn about yourself through equine eyes with hippotherapy.
Hoops Nation author Chris Ballard shares his unofficial primer on the unwritten rules of playing pickup basketball.
Skateboarding isn't just for rebel teens. EL's Heidi Wachter drops in at her local skate park's halfpipe.
No-frills restorative spas offer few amenities, but plenty of relaxation and stress relief. Plus, they’re budget-friendly.
Part yoga festival, part rave, the Wanderlust Festival feeds the mind, body and spirit — well into the wee hours.
Hike-in inns, camper cabins, and ski-in lodges offer the satisfaction of a true escape — with the safety of a solid roof.
Writer Jon Spayde takes a break from his noisy world and spends a few days in quiet contemplation.
Walking trips are a reminder that travel isn't just about where you go; it's how you get there.
Experience Life's social-media specialist, Heidi Wachter, embarks on a photography expedition in the Arizona desert and learns to see nature through a different lens.
This surfing-related fitness trend is as close as most of us will ever get to walking on water.
Saddle up with Relief Riders International for a do-good adventure in one of India’s most dramatic desert landscapes — and find out if “voluntourism” is right for you.
Whether you hire an instructor or head off to surf camp, learning to ride the waves is an excellent way to conquer your fears.
Not a fan of hardcore camping? "Glamping" gets you out in nature — without sacrificing the comforts of home.
Fitness buff Jen Sinkler tests her limits — at a mountaintop meditation retreat for beginners.
3 ways to immerse yourself in the rich health benefits of mud.
Honor the significant accomplishments in your life with a vacation to remember.
When big vacations seem too few and far between, shorter trips can remind you what away-time is all about.
One of the best ways to explore a new city is to rent a bike and go.
Courtney Lewis Opdahl’s journey to Kripalu for an enlightened weight-loss retreat where slimming down is about self-care, not self-denial.
Not into conventional sailing cruises? Climb aboard a historic schooner for an unplugged, old-fashioned adventure at sea.
They may seem like an unlikely duo, but in practice, yoga and rock climbing are a natural match.