Adventure Herald
  • Adventure Travel in Western Europe
    Year-Round Adventure Sports in the Pyrenees

    The Pyrenees are kind of considered the poor cousin of the French Alps, yet this is unjustified because the Pyrenees are a glorious mountain range straddling the France-Spain border and offer a more rustic experience than most other European mountain ranges for year-round sports lovers. There isn’t the ritz and glitz of the ski resorts of […]

  • Adventure Travel in North America
    Where to Ski in the US

    When you combine Canada and the US, the skiing and snowboarding opportunities in North America certainly rival that of the European Alps. But the United States is a vast country, and at first knowing where to head to ski can be tricky to figure out. Here we provide you with some of our favourite ski […]

  • Informed Traveler
    Ski Resort Lingo for First-Time Skiers and Snowboarders

    Adventure travellers are not just those who are pros at extreme sports or head to exotic locations. Adventurers are all those who step out of their comfort zones to try something new and challenge themselves beyond what they thought possible. So if you’re thinking of going skiing or snowboarding for the first time this winter […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Five Best Skiing Places in Europe

    Winter is finally here, and the skiing season is fast approaching. Finding a good slope seems to be harder and harder every year; either not enough snow, or the slopes are not fast enough.  Does the perfect slope exist? Will we ever be able to have it all: perfect snow, perfcet slopes and nice huts, […]

  • Adventure Travel in Western Europe
    Where to Ski in France This Winter

    Ah skiing in France that idealic winter holiday destination for snow sports lovers. Just saying “we’re going skiing in France” makes you sound posh, and like you’d know what you’re doing on the slopes – and after. But for beginners through to double black diamond hacks, France’s ski resorts are usually the premier destination for skiers and snowboarders during […]

  • Adventure Travel in Western Europe
    Incredible Adventure Holidays in Iceland

    Iceland has got to be one of the most incredible places on Earth. Remote and rugged wilderness complete with volcanos, glaciers, ice caves, waterfalls and more. It’s one of the few places you can see the Northern Lights, and it also boasts some of the best high-visibility diving in the world. The capital – called Reykjavik […]

  • Adventure Travel Destinations
    Reasons to Visit Croatia in Winter

    Croatia is not the typical holiday destination, that immediately comes to your mind when you think about your upcoming winter adventures. Croatia is all about sun and beach fun, isn’t it? Well yes, but being good in one thing, doesn’t disqualify a country from being good in another thing. While you might not find sky-high […]

  • Adventure Travel in Oceania
    Top Tips for Adventure Sports in Queenstown

    Queenstown is undoubtedly one of the adventure capitals of the world. So if you’re an adrenaline junkie heading to the south island of New Zealand be prepared for a jam packed holiday. Queenstown is buzzing all year round with adventure seekers coming in the warmer months for hiking, rock climbing and water sports; and in winter […]

  • Adventure Travel News
    Snowboarders vs. Skiers in Utah

    The fight between snowboarders and skiers in Utah, a fight that is as old as the invention of the boards itself, enters the next round in the Alta Ski Area. The local resort, which has been opened in 1939, is one of the oldest in the country, but it is also one of the last […]