Managing Editor of Outdoor Sports Guide magazine and a freelance adventure traveler with insatiable wanderlust. Specializing in travel, outdoor adventure, profile, gear. Salt Lake & Philly based.
Philadelphia might be best known for cheesesteaks and ‘Brotherly Love’, but this trail to tavern city is working hard to earn a new nickname: America’s Best Beer City. Follow this long-weekend itinerary for some of the best outdoor activities (and the best beer!) that the city has to offer.
Instead of hiding indoors, why not take advantage of some of Heber Valley’s best snow season adventures? Enjoy winter in the Wasatch with Heber Valley, Utah snow season adventures for the whole family like skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating, and sleigh rides.
Central Pennsylvania’s State College is a truly happy place for avid anglers. It’s recognized as one of the Keystone State’s best trout fishing destinations with more than 216 miles of trout fishing waters. Whether you fly fish or cast a line from the shore, here are the places to drop a line in Centre County.
The holidays: It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but staying active through the
merriment can be challenging. Counteract the cookies and cocoa with festive fitness events that let you catch the spirit on the run. Whether you celebrate the season in the Big Apple or snowy Salt Lake City, don your ugliest holiday sweater and brave the cold at these six winter runs across America.
When traveling for business, a long layover in a far-flung place might seem like the last thing you want — if you’re stuck at the airport. Luckily, for those passing through Amsterdam, the city center is just 15 minutes by train from Schiphol International Airport, making it one of the easiest European cities to explore during a layover (or in your spare time between meetings). Amsterdam is a picturesque place famous for its canals, 1,280 bridges, art museums and welcoming atmosphere. But if ...
Hailed as “America's coolest running club" by "Born to Run" author, Chris McDougal, in the 10 years since its founding, Fishtown Beer Runners (FBR) has grown from two friends running to a Philadelphia bar to the city's largest running club—with up to 100 people showing up to run each week. It has spawned chapters around the world, 10 weddings, at least five Beer Runner babies, the first-ever Beer Runner Summit, and its own documentary, "Beer Runners."
Located on the western side of the Continental Divide, this snowy retreat is
home to Winter Park—one of the state’s oldest ski areas—and the western
entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. Whether you go to cross-country ski across a frozen lake, dog sled through a forest, or take powder laps in Winter Park Resort, it's the perfect place to rekindle your love for winter.
You can hit Park City, Utah's highlights in three days without a rental car thanks to a free in-town transportation system. Sound overwhelming? Follow this guide to maximize your time and fun in this booming mountain town.
Tucked high in the Wasatch Mountains at an elevation of 7,000 feet, Park City’s just 35 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport—making it ideal for a winter vacation—even if you don’t ski. From tubing to cross-country skiing to fat biking, the abundant winter adventures will keep you entertained.
For many visitors, the cool mountain temperatures and lack of crowds make summer in Park City, Utah, the best season to visit. If your family loves the outdoors, head to Park City for these nine family-friendly activities that you and your kids will love.
Though Park City, Utah, is known for its luxurious accommodations and world-class skiing, deals abound here in the quieter summer season. Cooler mountain temperatures make it a wonderful place to explore, and there are plenty of free and cheap activities throughout town for visitors on a budget.