Category Archives: Destinations

Where Outside’s Editors Traveled This Summer

This was the summer we all longed to get back out there, despite skyrocketing gas prices and long flight delays. From close-to-home adventures to far-flung explorations, here’s where some Outside editors traveled this season, their secret finds, and the gear that made their trips all that much better. Alpenglow Expeditions’ Loophole route is one of […]

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Our Travel Writer’s Favorite Après Adventure Food

Contributor Tim Neville has spent years on the road finding off-the-grid destinations to write about for Outside. So when he says these are the most memorable meals he’s eaten after a day of adventuring, that’s really saying something. The Meals One World Traveler Can’t Stop Dreaming About Tim Neville has been around the world and […]

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These 8 Meals are Worth Traveling For

In the late 1970s, my parents took my brother and me to a cabin on Little Cobb Island, an uninhabited dollop of beach and seashells on the Atlantic side of Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The cabin was only accessible by boat, and things could get sketchy if the fog rolled in and you drifted too close […]

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Go Here, Not There: Low-Crowd Alternatives to Top Outdoor Getaways

For urban travelers, second-city tourism  means skipping a country’s most iconic city to enjoy a destination that’s still impressive yet less trodden. Think: Chicago instead of New York City, or Manchester, England, instead of London. This concept easily translates to outdoor getaways, as well; just swap less visited but equally stunning locations in nature for […]

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The 6 Best Places in the World to See the Northern Lights

Catching the northern lights, or aurora borealis, used to be a chance occasion, a rare fluke for those lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time. But nowadays, scientists have figured out more accurate ways to predict when and where the northern lights will appear. “Scientists around the world are still […]

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