What’s the secret behind these magnetic hills? Are they really magnetic? Well, there are a few interesting theories. While most locals claim that these hills have a magnetic force that is strong enough to pull cars uphill, others are more skeptical.
Learn how to master the flame with one of these fires.
Avoid the crowds and adventure into the north of Norway. Norway is known for it’s awesome fjords. But what exactly is a fjord? It’s a long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs that formed after several ice ages. Find out where to avoid the crowds and visit these natural wonders on your next adventure.
Two of America’s oldest and most fabled trains are pulling out of the station again this summer after a long pandemic hiatus. The iconic and picture-postcard locomotives are the perfect place to start a summer adventure, and offer a refreshing alternative to road trips. Here’s everything you need to know about them.Please review and follow all state and local guidelines while traveling.
This area is one of the last uncharted places left on the map.
As International Women's Day approaches on March 8, we're celebrating Women's Month and the achievements of women throughout history and across the globe. From the pages of The Explorers Journal, we're spotlighting four women who broke boundaries in exploration, research, and science. First up, let's dive in with Dr. Sylvia Earle.
Here's the thing about the House on the Rock — it's certainly a sight to behold, but it's no museum.
Take a private tour of NYC’s American Museum of Natural History from home!
Catch a glimpse of the goings-on at the base from this picturesque view.
The project, called Ridge to Reef, has become a highly controversial initiative despite being led by the UN’s development program.
This picturesque lake in northern Tanzania is harsh enough to burn anything that touches it. Unless, of course, you're one of the select few species adapted to thrive in it.
From the pages of The Explorers Journal, climb into a famed Texas “show cave” that has far more to reveal with Explorers Club fellow C. William “Bill” Steele.
Join Discovery about 350 miles off the coast of Australia where we visit Ball's Pyramid. At 1,844 feet above the Pacific, it's the world's tallest sea stack; it's also one of the last dry remnants of a sunken content. The monolithic natural structure formed after years of erosion from an ancient shield volcano about 7 million years ago, and it's home to what is arguably the rarest insect in the world.
Arbore, Dassenetch, Karo, Konso... These are some of the most fascinating tribes from the Omo Valley, Ethiopia.
Fishermen in the South Atlantic will be able to cast their lines for black sea bass once more thanks to innovative new ropeless gear technology.