Climbing superstar Lynn Hill is 57 and continues to smash stereotypes and change the perception of women in her sport.
Robert Swan is considered one of the greatest explorers of all time. He’s the only person ever to get to both the North and South Poles by hiking — two feats separated by 30 years. He’s now on a mission to save the planet. He reports what he’s seen on both ends of the world and how we can all help.
Our Wendy Chioji has been saying yes to adventures for decades, and recently, that led to her to a very special expedition. Wendy was part of an 11-person crew that sailed through the dreaded Drake Passage, to several of the South Shetland Islands, to the continent of Antarctica and back.
For more than 20 years, Sarah Marquis has been exploring the Earth on foot. Her latest walk just covered three continents and took three years to complete! She explains her deep connection to our planet.
Want to reinvent your life but you don’t know where to start? Silvana Clark has some good ideas. Find out how she’s carved out a niche career with her husband as marketers who travel the country, do good for others and get paid to do it!
What would you do if you arrived at your hotel on a trip and they’d lost your reservation? Is travel insurance a good idea? Consumer advocate and travel expert Christopher Elliott tells you what you need to know to make your next adventure a success.
Travel is the No. 1 leisure activity for Boomers, who spend $57 billion on leisure travel every year. One of the fastest growing trends in Boomer travel is adventure travel. Find out what you need to know before setting off on your own adventure.
Retirement isn’t what it used to be. It’s not even WHERE it used to be. Forget Florida and Arizona; a growing number of retirees are looking overseas. An editor from Kiplinger discusses its list of 8 great places to retire abroad.
Author Daniel Klein wants to know what’s so wrong with being old? The 73-year-old says he’s tired of watching his peers fighting hard to stay young and he’s more interested in aging authentically. So, he’s turning to the Greeks for inspiration.
For anyone who’s ever had to struggle financially, you’ll find the story of Jean Beliveau very interesting … and very radical. Find out what prompted him to spend 11 years traveling the world by foot.