The Intrepid Explorer magazine The Intrepid Explorer is the first of its kind in the outdoor adventure and travel sector as a custom title linked to the oldest and most prestigious outdoor store, Cape Union Mart, that have 73 stores around the country. The high quality magazine features ... 08/8/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Peru & Brazil Essentials Tour Premium Peru Tours A combination of 4* & 5* star classic level Private tours - Daily departures. Premium Peru Tour 1 - 9 days ; Premium Peru Tour 2 - 9 days 10/28/2014 - 9:16 pm | View Website
Holidays & Celebrations From Valentine's Day to New Year's Eve and birthdays to graduations, eHow is your go-to source for a do-it-yourself holiday celebration. 10/28/2014 - 9:16 pm | View Website
Buy Tickets Online | Concert, Theater & Sporting Events ... Please follow the steps below to build links to TicketsNow.com. When you have finished building your link you can copy & paste the code into your ... 10/28/2014 - 8:26 pm | View Website
Valerie Wilson Travel :: Explore our World Check back here for Valerie's Book Signings near you Travel Fest Events with Our Branch Locations Limited Special Offers 10/28/2014 - 8:05 pm | View Website
TicketsInventory Tickets : Buy Tickets for Concerts ... Tickets for Concerts, Sports, Theatre and More Online at TicketsInventory.com 10/28/2014 - 6:24 pm | View Website
Three large cruise ships were already docked in the harbor, bringing some of the astounding 1.2 million annual visitors to the tiny port town.
Nowadays, Skagway hosts a reverse Gold Rush, in which people come to leave their money behind in gift shops, restaurants and tour offices, rather than trying to pull it out of the earth.
Peering out the windows to the streets at the crowds of freshly arrived ship passengers, I could easily imagine the room’s original occupants shouting service offerings to the throngs below.
For the hardy, it’s still possible to buy (or rent) a pack and gear in Skagway, hire a guide and hike for five days on the original trail over the steep Chilkoot Pass into the “howling wilderness” of the Yukon territory, possibly seeing bears, wolves and bald eagles along the way.
 named for its harsh weather, inhospitable marshes and soul-crushing bleakness, the valley lived up to its name during my journey, whipping me with wet sleet and draping me in a soggy blanket of fog amid impenetrable darkness as I slogged forward, hoping I wouldn’t stumble over a cliff.
The day after my run, I was able to retrace my route from the comfort of one of the vintage railcars, enjoying sweeping views of waterfalls, forests, raging rapids and distant glaciers, as well as that accursed road.
Preserved about 30 feet beneath the dry frozen soil were thousands of mammoth tusks, fossilized skulls of saber-toothed tigers and bones of arctic camels, as well as arrowheads and other tools of ancient native cultures.
Especially he loved to run in the dim twilight of the summer midnights, listening to the subdued and sleepy murmurs of the forest, reading signs and sounds as a man may read a book, and seeking for the mysterious something that called — called, waking or sleeping, at all times, for him to come.
 Spring streets, (907) 983-6000, www.westmarkhotels.com/Skagway.php.
Comfortable, updated rooms in a friendly hotel with bar, restaurant and the only wireless Internet in town.
 Steele streets, (867) 667-7554, www.klondikerib.com.
Offers guided five-day hikes along the Chilkoot Trail, the original gold stampeders’ trail over the mountains, with the option of taking the railroad back on the return journey.
Grab nine friends, an RV, maybe some costumes and run 115 miles from Skagway to Whitehorse.
Since 1983, annually in September.
There’s a good chance you have a little brown bottle of hydrogen peroxide in your bathroom right now — but you probably don’t use it for much other than the occasional disinfection of minor cuts and scrapes. Behold all the affordable (and ingenious) uses you've been missing out on.