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Exploring Switzerland’s green legacy – on foot

One hundred years after the creation of the country’s first – and only – national park, Switzerland’s conservation efforts are anything but idle.
Read more… 14 November 2014


In Taiwan, a quest to reach Sun Moon Lake

Taiwan’s most gruelling cycling challenge heads from the depths of the dizzying marble Taroko Gorge to the KOM summit, ending at a green- and blue-hued lake surrounded by leafy hills.
Read more… 13 November 2014


Where modern Vikings play

Most visitors to Norway’s fjords head northwest from Oslo, but a sailing adventure farther south yielded stunning hikes, dizzying views and an incredible leap of faith.
12 November 2014


In Ireland, hiking for ancient relics hidden by fog

Few others have been devoted enough to traverse the grey, barren Maumturk mountains.
Read more… 06 November 2014


The road transforming the Amazon

Once an all-dirt track cutting into the jungle, the Trans-Amazonian Highway is being paved, transforming life in its path.
04 November 2014


Eyeball to eyeball with Canada’s migrating salmon

A scuba diver takes the plunge in frigid British Columbia waters to witness the end of an epic journey.
Read more… 02 November 2014


Hiking to the top of Jasper National Park

Two million people visit the park each year, but only a tiny fraction trek into the breathtaking backcountry of the 44km Skyline Trail.
Read more… 24 October 2014


The hunt for a peaceful Honduras

Crime may plague other parts of Honduras, but on Utila, a Caribbean island with a population of just 3,500, the biggest problems are invasive lionfish – and getting a restaurant table.
Read more… 15 October 2014


Nevada’s secret underwater world

When it was built in the 1930s, the Hoover Dam didn’t just tame the Colorado River – it also created a massive lake that today hides shipwrecks, train tracks and cement tunnels alike.
Read more… 02 October 2014


Beijing’s extraordinary Grand Canal

Although few locals realize it, the once powerful Grand Canal is seeing new life in Beijing's suburb of Tongzhou.
Read more… 02 October 2014


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