Want to play? Kayaking, sailing and fishing are just a few of the ways you can enjoy North Carolina's Outer Banks.
The activities are endless in this cluster of islands near the northern tip of New Zealand.
25 years ago the Wall came down – and Germany hasn’t looked back since.
The rain-sayers are wrong. Seattle’s northern lattitude leaves plenty of time to visit city markets and sandy beaches.
Nearly 1,500 miles long, the Great Barrier Reef is a living sight to see.
In Bhutan, cyclists compete in one of the world’s hardest one-day mountain bike races.
Ski the “champagne powder” at this famous Colorado resort. You may even get lessons from Olympic legends.
World-class snow and sophisticated ski areas have drawn visitors from around the world to the slopes of the Wasatch Range.
Ed Viesturs’ dream was to summit the world’s highest mountains — and he’s done it in spades.
Door County has become a Midwest Mecca for the"silent sports," such as canoeing, kayaking and hiking.
Buses and ferries transport visitors through a scenic pass of jagged, snowcapped mountains and fjord-like lakes.
Long summer days keep locals awake for nonstop golfing marathons.
Visitors from all over the world attend Mongolia's Naadam Festival to watch the original “Three Manly Sports.”
See Tennessee from a unique perspective while learning how to take the reigns in a glider.
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