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Kevin Linderman

What a ManCan do in Cabo

Our new 64-ounce growlers are basically miniature kegs. To test one out, our founder took one and headed south... all the way the sandy shores of Cabo San Lucas.

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Section: Destinations

AdventureMitch Harris

Yes, you can still visit Cuba. Here’s how.

Political bluster aside, travel from the U.S. to Cuba is easier now than it's been for decades. But there are still rules to follow.

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AdventureJan Bennett

Bikepacking Cuba’s “Ruta Mala”

Even under Trump's new rules, Cuba is now open to American travelers. And for cyclists, a new 860-mile route offers an intimate tour of the island's countryside.

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AdventureRootsRated

Why you should paddle the Potomac. In winter.

Washington, D.C. is not widely considered a winter adventure destination. But in the winter months, a paddle on the Potomac offers something akin to a wilderness experience.

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AdventureEric Hockman

Photo essay: Moab by trailer

Want to wake up in the wilderness, but you're not into sleeping on the ground? We've got just the thing.

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AdventureJan Bennett

Coming soon: The Jackson-Yellowstone bike route

When completed, than 180-mile Greater Yellowstone Trail will open up northern Wyoming to cyclists of all abilities.

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AdventureRootsRated

Austin’s 9 best outdoor adventures

The outdoor activities around Austin are easily accessible, and they can be enjoyed by adventurers of all skill levels.

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AdventureRenee Howard

Road Trip: Southwest Texas

The badlands of southwest Texas are far from the Lone Star State's usual tourist draws. That's exactly why you should visit them.

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AdventureRootsRated

An insider’s guide to ANWR

Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is one of the largest stretches of protected land on Earth. This guide includes everything you need to know for a visit.

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AdventureStacey McKenna

To see the real Iceland, ride a horse

Want to get off the beaten path in the land of fire and ice? Saddle up.

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AdventureRootsRated

6 historic hotels in our national parks

So you want to visit America's national parks, but you'd rather not sleep on the ground? These six historic hotels have characters as distinct as the parks they inhabit.

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