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Five Reasons to Ski Utah

Five Reasons to Ski Utah

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The snow fell early and in great abundance in Utah so far this winter.  Here’s why  I head west to Utah’s ski slopes when the thermometer heads south. 1. Easy access.  As your plane begins its gradual decent into Salt Lake City, it’s obvious: the mountains are so close you know you can be floating through […]

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An Antarctic Voyage is my “Dream of a Lifetime”

An Antarctic Voyage is my “Dream of a Lifetime”

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National Geographic Traveler named the Antarctic one of the “50 Tours of a Lifetime”.  One of the world’s most remote and pristine locations, the Antarctic Peninsula, has been on my dream list for a long time.  It’s not uncommon to have to book a year in advance. This year my husband and I will hit […]

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Adventure Hiking and Climbing the Comfortable Way

Adventure Hiking and Climbing the Comfortable Way

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TIP:  Unless you both love roughing it, select a trip with comfort, great food and activities you both love. During the peak of the wildflower season, we joined a group of hikers with Canadian Mountain Holiday (CMH). Our group ranged in age from 5 to 75 and the majority of us were women. Naturally we […]

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Adventure Travel from Zip Line to Biking and Heli-Hiking.

Adventure Travel from Zip Line to Biking and Heli-Hiking.

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Travel Expert, Marybeth knows how to add an adrenaline rush to every vacation.  My motto is “active days and comfortable nights” with a dash of adrenaline for the thrills.  Here are my favorites from Europe, Canada and beyond. In the Swiss Alps I stepped into a safety harness connected to a zip line and  whizzed […]

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Biking 3,000 miles across America. My athletic achievement of a lifetime.

Biking 3,000 miles across America. My athletic achievement of a lifetime.

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When my daughter asked if I would bike across the US with her, I jumped at the chance. I had no idea what lay ahead. Terror in the night Many nights I woke up at 3 a.m. and my bravado gave way to fear — of trucks running us down, injuries, arguments and the enormity […]

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Cliff Jumping in a blizzard in Interlaken, Switzerland

Cliff Jumping in a blizzard in Interlaken, Switzerland

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My first impression of Switzerland was the clean, invigorating Alpine air and incredible mountain scenery. But I was looking for high-adrenoline adventure. After our 8-hour bus ride from Florence with lots of other students, we checked into a spotless student hostel and bundled up for snow fun. The modern network of cog railways and cable […]

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Machu Picchu’s siren call- to stand at the top of the world

Machu Picchu’s siren call- to stand at the top of the world

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It was a feeling that I yearned for. To stand on top of a mountain in the cool silence of dawn. Cliché? Perhaps. But nevertheless, I was certain that there were few moments in life more satisfying than that stillness.                                             And at last, after years of fantasizing, there I sat in an unassuming patch of […]

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Diving the Reefs of Roatan, Honduras

Diving the Reefs of Roatan, Honduras

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Do you dream of tropical vacations? I’m talking about imagining yourself on a relaxing island with powder-soft white sand beaches amid coconut palms swaying in the breezy sea air. You sip an icy tropical drink while swinging in a hammock on the porch of your cozy bungalow, stilt-mounted over a lagoon of brilliantly transparent, tinted […]

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A Sultan’s Palace in Java and a puppet artist.

A Sultan’s Palace in Java and a puppet artist.

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Regal school girls practice English with the Gutsy Traveler. School girls, market, artist making shadow puppets. Shopping, handicrafts, etc.

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African Safari – The Great Rift Valley

African Safari – The Great Rift Valley

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The noise was wild and untamed — the primeval voice of Africa herself. The full-chested roars of two male lions echoed across the plain, striking terror into their prey and pumping adrenaline into our veins. Nine-year old Annalyse slipped her tiny hand into mine and squeezed it. I squeezed back with a sweaty palm. Naturally […]

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