New walking trails and national parks open up exciting new territory at home and abroad.
Andrew Bain specialises in adventures and can usually be found walking, cycling or paddling in empty corners of the world.
Napoleon Bonaparte described Vilnius as the Jerusalem of the North.
This city has a secret: it's not all skyscrapers, food and commerce. In fact, it is composed of around 70 per cent green space.
It's hard to go wrong with these stunning subjects.
There are walks to suit just about every person and interest, and some of the best are right on our doorstep.
I've rarely stepped off a nine-hour flight feeling as fresh.
If the idea of an epic trip on wheels pushes your pedals, here are 10 of the most challenging bike trips in the world.
Discover a wonderful boutique haven inside the maelstrom of Hong Kong city life.
I realise I'm entering a place of great beauty; stretched out below, jagged cliffs underscored by white beaches.
At last count, hungry Hong Kong tipped the scales at around 13,000 restaurants.
Cathay Pacific's new lounge is like stepping into the streets of Hong Kong in microcosm.
There are myriad angles to Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Here are three of the best ways to see them.
Alice Springs sits at the very heart of Australia, but it's also a place where you can up your own heart rate up.
A trekking adventure takes guests on a rare trip into sparse landscapes.
It may be 80 per cent mountains but this project for cycles has all but flattened the country.