New England is a haven of outdoors activities, and some of its most impressive options are the bike trails that have popped up to replace old railroad tracks. Here are our favorite rail trails for cycling throughout New England, and most can even be reached by public transportation from Boston.
The commitment to sustainability and local production runs deep in Vermont, especially at the state’s small businesses. Witness it for yourself by visiting the Ben & Jerry’s Factory, the Cabot Creamery, or one of the many other Vermont businesses that make themselves open to the public.
Burlington is one of our favorite towns, in no small part because of its local food movement and great dining scene. Visit one of these restaurants or cafes to get the town’s best eats.
Fortunately for an avid paddler like Ryan, New England has plenty of great options for kayaking. Here are three of his favorite spots, plus tips for planning your own trips.
Whether you’re an avid yogi visiting Boston or a Bostonian considering your first class, our guide to some of the city’s best yoga studios has everything you need to know.
Whether you’re a native Bostonian looking for adventure, a newly relocated student wanting to explore your new home, or a first-time visitor to the city, this bucket list will help you make the most of everything Boston has to offer.
Looking for a unique camping experience? Leave your tent at home, and rent a decommissioned fire lookout or Forest Ranger station for the night.
If you’re a beer lover in Boston, a brewery visit is a must-do. Ryan’s guide to the Boston beer scene includes highlights on each brewery in the city and tips for making the most of your visits.
It’s certainly not the best-known destination in New England, but Cutler Coast in Maine is one of Ryan’s favorite places to hike – and to get away from it all.
Boston Harbor is full of history and ripe for exploration. There’s no better way to get up close and personal with the islands’ history – and with nature – than an independent kayak tour.