Rising Thunder, Virtuoso Life, October 2018
With new leadership and a fresh outlook, Zimbabwe's tourism prospects are looking up.
Colombia Rising, Men's Journal, July 2018
A new peace deal has finally opened the country's remote interior to hardy travelers.
Information Freeze, Outside Magazine, December 2017
In search of a digital dark spot on the Siberian tundra with nomadic reindeer herders.
Colombia Rising, Bicycling Magazine, August 2017
With soaring mountains, a thriving bike culture, and the world’s fastest racers, Colombia is cycling’s Promised Land.
An Improbable Convergence, Bicycling Magazine, February 2017
On the hunt for elk with this massage therapist, former Olympian, and once-vegetarian (and his pet poodle).
Time Travelers, Virtuoso Life, July 2015Roll back to the Golden Age of rail on the Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express.
The Never-Ending Trail, Mens Journal, June 2015How the Kiwis built a 1,600-mile mountain-bike paradise--with hundreds more miles yet to come.
Head Case, Outside, April 2015How one team is leading cycling out of the brain injury dark ages--and providing a potential road map for the NFL.
On The Edge Of Forgotten, Islands, March 2015A 30-year conflict could have wiped out this group of islands off Mozambique. But nature saved itself, protecting an amazing place where few have gone.
Grind Of The Ancient Mariner, Runners World, March 2015Why would a 90-year-old navy vet set out on an 18-mile-a-week, nearly-three-year-long attempt to run across the country? To save a ship, of course.
Double Down, Inspirato, Spring 2015Sophisticated cuisine, café culture, glamorous beaches-- it must be the Euro-centric charm of St. Martin.
Where Now, Virtuoso Life, January 2015From safaris and city escapes to honeymoons, family adventures, Europe's best value, and more, here are the hottest travel bets for 2015.
Outside, Summer Buyers GuideThe best bikes, cycling gear, and apparel of 2015.
Brazilian Outpost, Islands, December 2014New walkways lead to beaches like this, but only for the lucky few who can step foot there.
Spice, Westworld, Fall 2014With culinary traditions descended from the British, Barbados might not seem an obvious food destination--but as the Barbados Food & Wine and Rum Festival proves, this island is cooking.
The Coaching Project, Outside, September 2014There's a reason why more and more amateur athletes are turning to professional trainers to retool their workouts: It's the best way to improve performance.
Just Deserts, Virtuoso Life, July 2014Namibia's conservation bet pays off in high-flying adventure.
Ain't It Grand?, Inspirato, Summer 2014Between its wealthy financial sector, British heritage, and low-key Caribbean charm, Grand Cayman offers a study of unexpected contrasts.
Southern Exposure, Virtuoso Life, May 2013Patagonia's rugged, unspoiled nature will blow you away.
Southern Exposure, DestinAsian, February 2014Beyond the magnetic pull of Cape Town lies South Africa's winegrowing region. The Cape Winelands, where a mix of friendly old towns and pastoral beauty--not to mention the yield of dozens of acclaimed vineyards--lends itself well to touring by bike. Add in a loop of windswept Cape Peninsula, and you've got all the makings of a great cycling trip, even if there are some hurdles along the way.
Ciao Chow, Islands, March 2013The Phlegrean Archipelago cooks up some of the world's best Italian. We go sailing in search of the secret ingredient.
The Soul Of Santa Fe, DestinAsian, February 2013With its blend of Native American history, Wild West grit, and cosmopolitan polish, New Mexico's idiosyncratic state capital beckons to wayfarers and inspires the artist in everyone.
Past, Present, Virtuoso Life, January 2013Myanmar opens the door to old Asia.
The Grandest Adventure, DestinAsian, October 2012An eight-day rafting trip through America's most treasured natural wonder reveals as much about the Grand Canyon's ancient history as it does about the intrepid spirit of the boatmen--and women--who ride the river that runs through it.
Yellow Fever, Outside, July 2012Have doping scandals made you want to swear off the Tour forever? Here are five reasons not to pull the plug on this year's race.
Outliers, Outside, July 2011How do you design truly transformative gear? You determine the goal--to go faster, to go farther, or simply to get there in style--and then you don't stop innovating until you blow the competition away.
Clean Energy, Outside, September 2011Proper nutrition is more than just a training necessity. It's the pro's secret weapon--and it could be the performance hurdle that's holding you back. Part three in a year-long, four-part health and fitness series called No More Barriers.
Shaken, Outside, October 2010When minister and aid specialist James Gulley came home alive from the Haitian earthquake--barely, after an incredible survival ordeal in Port-au-Prince--he turned right around and went back. His son went too, discovering the true power of a faith he'd never shared.
Oasis, Sport Diver, July 10Wonders await where brutal desert meets soothing seas in the Sultanate of Oman.
Eating Up The Philippines, Islands, November 2009Kung pao, pad thai...sure, but how about adobong manok? The next big Asian food could be Filipino cuisine, with simple yet exotic ingredients from the land and culture of this island nation. Sit back and dig in.