Obviously things like face coverings and social distance and adherence to local health guidelines will be the norm, but who's going to go skiing—and how?
Todd Plummer covers a wide range of topics inspired by travel—from destination guides, to food and wine, to entertainment and design. His work has appeared in Vogue, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, W, Town & Country, and more. He holds degrees from McGill University and St. John’s University School of Law, and is currently writing a memoir about a year of solo travel.
Haven’t we been through enough this year?
While some hope the seaside proves attractive with social distancing, others in this summer mecca fear another devastating extension of the lockdown is around the corner.
I have been lusting over the ship the Sudan for over a decade, ever since I saw PBS re-runs of Emily Blunt getting murdered on it.
Passing judgment on yourself is not going to make you a better surfer—leaving your insecurities on the shore is.
Frankly, as a first-timer, I found the most startling thing was how little information is out there about what to actually expect on your first heli-skiing trip.
Walking in the open with a fully-grown grey wolf is a singular experience—equal parts incredible and terrifying.