• 29|2 Aurland, Norway

    While on our family vacation through Scandinavia this summer we stayed at a magnificent bed and breakfast in the heart of the Norwegian Fjords. 29|2 Aurland is nestled within the Aurland valley. We starting our Fjord journey in Oslo and rode a high-speed train to Flam. We boarded the Flam Railway and traversed down toward the …

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  • Oaxen Slip Restaurant — Stockholm

    Our good friend and culinary expert, Colin Kirby, recommended we lunch at Oaxen Slip while visiting Stockholm this summer. The weather was perfectly sunny but even in the middle of summer, there can be a chilled breeze off the water. Fortunately, the restaurant provides cozy wool blankets to keep you warm while you dine. We …

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  • Louisiana Art Museum in Denmark

    If you must see one museum while in Copenhagen, go to the Louisiana. It’s about one hour north of the city and you can get there by bus or taxi. The exhibitions and installations are nice but what truly sets this museum apart is the architecture of the building and its setting on the water. …

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  • Best Airbnb in Hellerup, Denmark

    While traveling through Scandinavia this summer we stayed at the perfect Airbnb in Hellerup, Denmark. It’s about 20 minutes North of Copenhagen in a residential neighborhood and just steps to the beach. We were a bit hesitant to stay outside of the city but it turned out to be a great decision. The house was …

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  • Photo courtesy of Tetsuya Otani

    Minimalist Pottery in the Kyoto Mountains

    An intimate visit with husband-and-wife pottery artists Momoko and Tetsuya Otani at their home and studio in Japan

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  • Colorado winter / Photo by Grant Lemons

    Pictorial Road Trip—Peaks and Lakes in Colorado

    Denver filmmaker and photographer Grant Lemons experiences seasonal Colorado landscapes from behind his lens

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  • Treehotel’s 7th room in Sweden / Photo by Johan Jansson

    Up and Away: 10 dream tree houses

    These ten small structures make childhood dreams come true.

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  • Editor’s Choice: Journey to Japan

    The Beauty of Use Hidden in the Japan Alps, a Czech-born artist makes woodstoves that match the simplicity of Japanese interiors. Read more » The Skyward House Japanese architect Kazuhiko Kishimoto designs a human-scale house for a retired teacher. Read more » Repair With Gold The Japanese tradition of wabi-sabi. Read more » A Platform for …

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  • The Swiss Art of Alpine Luxury

    Jonathan Ducrest’s photo essay portrays the luxury hotel 7132 in Vals, Switzerland, with its iconic thermal baths designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Swiss architect Peter Zumthor.

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  • Zack Giffin Tiny House Nation

    Waking Up to Adventure 

    Zack Giffin, professional freeskier and cohost of the television series Tiny House Nation, builds himself a mobile 112-square-foot (10-square-meter) ski-in, ski-out chalet so winsome it wipes out the ski bum stigma.

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  • Alps // 40

    An unfiltered, low-speed journey across Swiss peaks in words and images by Boulder photographer Jamie Kripke

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  • Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, Iceland / Photo by Joe Goldberg

    Fifteen and Focused on the World

    Only fifteen years old, Joe Goldberg travels to explore the world through his camera lens. The photographer hopes his photos will inspire others to get out and see for themselves.

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  • Monochromatic Reminiscion

    Belgian travel and wildlife photographer Martin Dellicour comes eye to eye with the history of Earth embodied in a herd of muskoxen on the high plateaus of Dovrefjell, Norway.

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  • AutoCamp with Airstreams

    Airstream Dreams at AutoCamp Russian River

    Wes Anderson meets the W Hotel at AutoCamp Russian River, where guests sleep in custom Airstream trailers and lounge at the midcentury-modern clubhouse

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  • Monolith on the Mountain

    In the Slovenian Alps, Bivak Pavla Kemperla sticks up for alpinists

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