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I don’t believe in counting countries. I don’t believe in Line cutting or filling airspace just for the buzz of it. I
Journey over destination. I live, work, and travel by a few rules:
I don’t believe in counting countries. The world is not my next conquest, another notch to be added to the belt.
Journey over destination. Always. If you’re too intent on getting somewhere, you’ll miss the serendipitous details along the way.
This Is America's Most Underrated Music Destination // Sponsor content produced by National Geographic with Arkansas Tourism
Some 90 miles northeast of Memphis, Tennessee, an unsung musical region touched by some of rock & roll’s most influential giants sits both quiet and proud in near isolation among the Ozarks. Here, in northeastern Arkansas, the dusty flatlands of the South give way to ominous, winding climbs that disappear along the thick, wooded mountain range before spitting out into open valleys. Carried up from Jackson County, a low whisper hitchhikes on the wind. [Read more]
Winter Adventures Await in the Canadian Rockies // Partner content produced by National Geographic with Destination Canada
Climber Mike Libecki, a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, is driven by exploration. He thinks winter is the hottest season of the year—and the Canadian Rockies in Alberta are the perfect playground. [Read more]
6 Ways to Get Wild in British Columbia // Partner content produced by National Geographic with Destination Canada
British Columbia isn’t just for storm chasers. With the third largest parks system in North America, Canada’s westernmost province is an adventurer’s paradise year-round. [Read more]
Get Wild in the Stunning Nature of Ontario // Partner content produced by National Geographic with Destination Canada
Completing the first circumnavigation of Ellesmere Island, Canada, in 2012 earned expert kayaker Erik Boomer and his fellow paddler recognition as National Geographic Adventurers of the Year in 2012, but Boomer had more yet to explore. [Read more]
This Island Is Canada's Best Kept Secret // Partner content produced by National Geographic with Destination Canada
Break down the elitism in adventure—that’s the goal that Alastair Humphreys set when he struck off on a year of microadventures in his native U.K., a feat that earned him the title of National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. And when he set out to explore Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island, a scenic, culturally diverse spot that joins the mainland by causeway, he found that the southeastern Canadian province did that for him. [Read more]
Unlock the Ultimate Vancouver // Partner content produced by National Geographic with Destination Canada
Tucked between mountainous forests and wild Pacific surf is Vancouver, a city both grounded and elevated by the dramatic landscape that surrounds it. [Read more]
Newfoundland and Labrador: Where Cosmopolitan Meets Ancient History // Partner content produced by National Geographic with Destination Canada
The sun’s first beams of the day spread warmth over the cool north in Newfoundland and Labrador before they cast their glow anywhere else in North America. Here, the rays touch down on the earth while the rest of the continent remains in darkness—even if for just a few moments. And as the province awakens, so too do its bits of historical magic. [Read more]