Outdoors and Adventure Articles
Hold on tight for heart-pounding rides on the world's top roller coasters. A reawakened Texas giant, the world's fastest coaster and a Brooklyn legend that will show no mercy.
Crisscross America to experience the TOP 5 adrenaline pumping thrills allowed by the law. Go 150 mph on a NASCAR track, scream your way down an Olympic bobsled run and much more.
More than 100 of America’s best national parks offer free entrance days. Mark your calendars for some of nature-loving fun -- free of charge.
On your next road trip, take a route less traveled. When you see something enticing, pull over and check it out. Chances are you won’t regret it.
The city of Chicago has more than 500 parks. Some are no more than a sandbox and a few swings -- but many are grand, sprawling green spaces with ball fields, golf courses, gardens, lagoons and zoos.
Take a walk on the wild side with Travel Channel's top picks for spotting wildlife in Florida.
Travel Channel provides info on how you can explore some of the Caribbean's most interesting animals.
Travel Channel shares tips on where outdoor enthusiasts should travel for the best backing and hiking trips.
Running for your life in front of a pack of angry, 1,200-pound bulls is just the type of irresponsible, wild, out of control fun essential for a Mancation.
Meet Teri Johnson, the host of the "Fall in the Finger Lakes" web series on TravelChannel.com.
Spend some quality time in NYC's fun green spaces, including Brooklyn Bridge Park. See our Top 5 recommendations.
Though Whistler's majestic mountain views and glacial lakes are a serene summer backdrop, this Travel Channel editor didn’t come here for a lazy mountain retreat, but for a taste of adventure.
Where can you get the best views of New York City? Try a fun excursion to see the city's amazing skyline, sights and architecture by boat. See our list of top 5 recommendations.
The Galapagos Islands are a bucket-list destination for many who want to get up close and personal with friendly wildlife. Find out when to go, what tours to take and more.
Surfing, kite-boarding, bicycling, rock climbing; you name it and you can find it somewhere in or close to Portland, Oregon. Here are some of the most popular active outings in the Portland area.