Rock-climbing, highlining and hiking amidst nature are on the cards at the third edition of GRITfest.
A week in the central Pyrenees, tucked away in the southwest corner of France’s Occitania region, reveals a pastoral life little changed in centuries. | By Adrian Phillips
*Vidya Kumar hits pause on the pandemic with an escape to Portofino and the Julian Alps.
Mysteries, deadly storms, and tales of unbeatable spirit—our list of films and books on the world’s highest peak retrace expeditions of a lifetime.
Three wild walks in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland reveal untamed, ethereal landscapes and magical, dream-like stories.
A trail of a lifetime with pizzas aplenty, scenic coastal villages and a wonderstruck writer.
In Zagorochoria, witness one of the world’s deepest gorges, a precariously perched clifftop monastery, and lakes built by dragons.
The craggy, coastal region of Alentejo challenges hikers who trade sweat for sunsets.
A philosophy professor's retracing of the German thinker's journeys will reaffirm anyone's passion for wanderlust.
Colourful hot springs and stunning wildlife ease the isolation of a solo hike.