Heaven meets earth in St. Lucia, where two volcanic spires rise sharply from the sea higher than 2,400 feet each. Petit Piton and Gros Piton are a stunning sight from both land and sea, but for the ultimate thrill, you’ve got to conquer the climb.
San Diego’s sheer number of hiking trails and bars means two equally respectable activities can collide. Here’s a roundup of our favorite trails and the top bars to hit up post-hike.
Looking to escape New York City’s stifling streets for the great outdoors? Just a few hours north, destinations like Rochester and the Finger Lakes offer more wilderness than you might imagine.
Many people don’t realize that just beyond Siesta, Longboat and Lido Keys lie some of Florida’s finest outdoor treasures. If you’re planning a trip to Sarasota, consider these beach alternatives.
Boasting over 40,000 acres of desert and mountain parks and preserves, Phoenix is the place for hiking aficionados.