Blog Updates & Stories
If you decide to complete one of the world’s most impressive trekking routes, the W Trek in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park, you may want to have a rough idea of what is ahead.
Tune in to the newest Outdoor Biz podcast where Trish Sare, owner and founder of BikeHike talks about all things travel and BikeHike. Listen live or download for later.
While the idea of traveling alone can be intimidating to some, it's also liberating. You have more time to take detours, to meet locals, and to go at your own pace. The mistakes you make are your own while the victories are all that much sweeter.
I was fortunate enough to visit Zion National Park in Utah for 4 days of hiking at the beginning of April.
When it comes to packing for travel, we always end up leaving some items behind simply because they won't fit. Or we bring too much because we don't really know what we might need.
Going on an adventure? Grandma and Grandpa want in! One of the biggest travel trends over the last few years has been multi-generational family travel. Parents, grandparents and children are uniting as an adventurous family unit ready to explore the world.
Kayaking is a great way to experience the beauty and tranquility of the great outdoors. It is a fun and relaxing way to get around and explore new destinations, and it's also a great way to travel long distances and explore far-flung places.
So you're packed and ready to head off on an exciting new adventure, but you are heading to a different time zone and have heard all the warnings about jet lag. So you start to think “how do you avoid this from happening?”
Croatia: A culturally rich destination perfect for those who appreciate authentic travel experiences.