Seated in the steamy confines of a rustic sauna, Kentucky small-batch bourbon in hand, the angler recounts to his cohorts highlights of a
Some 150 miles northwest of Banff, 9,000 feet up in the Adamant Mountains of British Columbia, I am sitting on a boulder the size of an SU
Mexico’s sixth highest peak—
The designs for some of the latest winter sports equipment reflect an eclectic array of influences—from NASA, to New Age, to surfers.
It is difficult to remain focused when staying at New Zealand’s Treetops Lodge and Estate.
The Pinzgauer 710 transport vehicle plods its way stubbornly over clumps of broam grass and foxtail on the western slope of the Sangre de
Four miles and 4,000 vertical feet from the beginning of our journey, we reach the summit of Mount Huron only to discover that we have com
It is 25 degrees on a snowy February morning, and I am skiing in shorts and a T-shirt.
“Big Sky?” the question inevitably comes. “Is there really a town by that name?
While skis may be the most traditional means of descending the slopes, there is nothing traditional about these models, which incorporate
Scene to be Seen
On the first day of camp, Walter Oetzell listens closely as Jackson Hole veteran ski school instructor Rich Lee presents the agenda for th
Tommy Moe sits on the chair lift, occasionally looking down the steep slopes of Rendezvous Mountain in Wyoming’s high country.