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A former prison isle off Rome's coast is the diving mecca of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
An adventure with the aim to inspire, educate and accelerate the transition to a zero carbon future.
We spoke to Matthew Richards about his adventures on one of Europe’s less talked about hiking trails, the 600km Slovenian mountain trail.
Our interview with outdoor image makers Ulrika Larsson and Lukasz Warzecha.
A new exhibition looks at the new sea routes, militarization, impact of the increase in tourism, and the mining, oil and gas industries in the region.
5 ways to explore Asheville's stunning Appalachian Mountains
The Bulgarian Environment Ministry said in a statement Thursday that Bear Grylls could face a fine for "violations" during filming of his show in a national park.
Right at the heart of the Austrian Alps, you'll find Roman Königshofer (@rawmeyn), an Austrian explorer-turned-photographer whose photographs suggest that paradise can be found here, on our back doorstep — or at least, on his.
British adventurer Ross Edgley made history on Sunday when he became the first person to swim around the coast of mainland Britain.
She had to row for 12 hours every day for over 100 days, faced up to 10-metre waves with only herself for company and lost contact with the outside world.
The ocean has plenty of perils but these masters are passionate about passing on its lessons: physical, mental and spiritual.
Even though the location is London, visitors are virtually transported to the top of the world’s longest zip line in Ras al Khaimah, UAE.
Bob Thissen has spent more than a decade exploring some of Europe's most obscure relics. His latest adventure saw him spend a night on a submarine near Lisbon, frozen in time since it was last used more than a decade ago.
History, architecture and gastro-food: discovering the best of Kaunas, Lithuania
More than 2000 years after the Romans' most famous adversary crossed the Alps, there are elephants once more above the snow line. But this time the invasion is led by an Anglo-French couple.
Adventure-seekers can ride 2.8km over the Jebel Jais mountains near the Oman border.
A British adventurer has come back to Earth after drifting ten kilometres across the South African savannah in a camping chair attached to 100 balloons