The Dark Side of Backpacking
A Tour of the Most Beautiful City on Earth: Istanbul, Turkey
In Conversation with Mountain-Bike Legend Hans Rey
Luxury Cruise Liners Don't Belong in the Arctic
Better on a Good Day: Getting Tattooed in Thailand
My Private India
The World is Changing—So Travel Now
Adrift on the Åland Archipelago
A Day in Szeged, Hungary
The Mongol Derby: The Ultimate Pre-Marital Test
Outpost Magazine #112—On Sale Now!
From Laos to Guatemala, hard-partying backpackers are changing small towns for the worse. Our columnist was no different—and today, she regrets it.
Straddled by two continents, stamped by East and West, shaped by conquering tribes and centuries of trade, Istanbul’s eclectic majesty stands alone.
In conversation with the two-time world mountain bike champion, five-time Canadian champion, CLIF Bar ambassador and newly minted bronze medalist.
A whole lotta pedalling: What it's like to hit the trails hard in British Columbia at Crankworx 2016 with CLIF Bar.
Catching up with Hans "No Way" Rey—a bike master, world traveller and philanthropist—at the CLIF Bar basecamp during Crankworx Whistler.
A luxury cruise ship has just set sail for the Northwest Passage—but should it have? Looking at recent history, our travel-industry expert isn't convinced.
At the Wat Bang Phra temple near Bangkok, monks design tattoos by reading your aura, and don't let you choose where they go.
How could a country known for its crowds, chaos and culture shock—long considered among the most daunting of destinations for solo female travellers—help a wounded spirit?
Technology is narrowing the gap between Western and indigenous lives. If you don't get out and travel the world now, pretty soon it will all look the same.