LIVE THE INTERESTING LIFE
This stuff is Ice Age. You’ll respond regardless if you give a shit about Big Sur, because the love of nature is hardwired into us.
Dubbed the Mountain Lakes Region for rather obvious reasons, Oconee County boasts four lakes for boating, fishing, and scuba diving. The most famous of these oases is Lake Jocassee, noted for its many waterfalls tucked away behind craggy coves.
Each year, millions of straw-colored fruit bats descend on Zambia’s Kasanka National Park during their roughly 2,000-mile migration. Photograph by Kieran Dodds
Just off the leeward coast of Cozumel, Mexico, aspiring seafarers can vie for vacation bragging rights while crewing an actual Americas Cup yacht for a mini regatta. Read all about this getaway on MensJournal.com.
Vast and remote, Big Bend National Park offers otherworldly landscapes, spectacular vistas, and near-complete solitude.
Freestyle all-mountain snowboarder Travis Rice catches some air in Nelson, British Columbia, Canada.
The morning mist slowly drifts through the mountains of Sapa, Vietnam, a small town to the northwest of Hanoi that’s home to eight different hill tribes.
For a one of a kind World Baseball Classic experience, skip the stadium altogether and paddle into McCovey Cove.
The water in Hatteras, North Carolina is flat, warm, and shallow for miles, making it the best place to learn to kiteboard in the United States.
Utah’s Amangiri resort has four on-site Via Ferrata. This Italian invention, which translates to “iron road,” is a network of fixed cables and ladders that allow guests to safely climb the steep canyon walls. Photograph by Robert Wright