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27 travel features tagged “Adventure”

‘Cycling Detroit makes too much sense to ignore’

Yes, cars created Detroit. But today, the city’s wide roads are sometimes as empty and as quiet as the Arctic. In other words, it is an open frontier for cyclists.
Read more… 26 August 2014


North America by cable and bridge

Created by soldiers who needed to move quickly through the Dolomites, the sport of via ferrata provides access to gorgeous, isolated routes without the risk of unprotected climbing.
Read more… 13 June 2013


Five family-friendly adventures

No need to leave the kids behind on these bold trips, from the backwaters of Kerala to Yosemite National Park.
Read more… 29 April 2013


Untamed treasures of Kauai’s Na Pali Coast

Sea caves, lava tubes and white-plumed waterfalls make this remote stretch of coastline on Hawaii’s oldest island a challenge for the true adventurer.
07 March 2013


An otherworldly culture in New Mexico

More than a half-century after a UFO supposedly crashed outside Roswell, the town’s extraterrestrial economy is alive and well – but that is not the state’s only alien claim to fame.
17 January 2013


Tennessee’s subterranean world

There are more than 9,200 known caves in the southern US state of Tennessee and a subculture of single-minded spelunkers is on a journey to probe them all.
06 December 2012


Secret New York oddities

From a butcher shop that was once a gangster hideaway to subway stations that are now abandoned, travellers to the Big Apple can often find magic in the mundane.
20 November 2012


Cast away: five island paradises

From the gale-blasted cliffs of Scotland to the balmy shores of the Seychelles, travel experts reveal their secret hideaways.
Read more… 12 September 2012


Adventure travel in eastern Kentucky

With 52 state parks, more shoreline than Florida and the longest cave system on the planet, Kentucky’s eastern regions are hotspots for climbing, biking, hiking and aquatic endeavours.
Read more… 09 August 2012


The Passport blog

An Alaskan-style Fourth of July

In the small town of Seward, Independence Day is celebrated with a 3,000ft scramble up a mountain in the United States’ oldest trail race.
Read more… 04 July 2012


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