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Travel — Jan Bennett

The route I’ll never race

The hottest new route in bikepacking is Mexico's 1,700-mile Baja Divide. As Jan Bennet writes, it's not a trip that should be rushed.

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Around the web — New York Times

The hot new travel spot is… Iran?

Political tensions are high. Alcohol is forbidden. But adventurous tourists are still flocking to the Islamic republic.

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CycleJan Bennett

4 beginner-friendly rides in Moab

Moab is famous for its technical MTB terrain, but the area has plenty to offer beginner/intermediate riders as well. In this piece, Jan Bennett rounds up her four favorite Moab moderates.

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TravelMatt Minich

Moving to Canada? Move here.

Every election year, some folks pledge to move north of the border. So we rounded up a few of Canada's coolest outdoor adventure towns.

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Around the web — New York Times

The 5 best places to travel solo

Traveling solo can be tough. These five international destinations make it easy.

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Around the web — GearJunkie.com

New England’s top-secret rentals

Rentals from Getaway are comfortable, stylish, and remote. The only catch? The company won't tell you where they are.

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Around the web — stuff.co.nz

19 must-see spots in New Zealand

Travel blogger Isabel Leong visited New Zealand for 10 days in May. In this piece, she chooses her top 19 favourite places in the South Island.

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Around the web — National Geographic

New film explores climbing in the Arctic

A group of rock climbers chartered a boat and set sail for the world's most remote big walls. "Dodo's Delight" tells their story.

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TravelMatt Minich

Two great NY waterfall hikes

Ambitious people hike to the top of mountains. And we respect that. But at this stage of our lives, we’re more interested in the bottom of waterfalls.

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TravelMatt Minich

Exit to the EU

So you're ready for some culture? These three long hikes will help you feel more... continental.

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TravelMatt Minich

America’s unseen ruins

When we think of ruins from pre-Columbian America, most of us picture the Mayan, Aztec, and Incan cities of Latin America. But those aren't the only ancient cities to be found in the western hemisphere. These three seldom-visited sites are all north of the U.S. / Mexico border.

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