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You’ve eaten Thanksgiving leftovers before. But have you tried Tania’s world-famous turkey tacos? Thanksgiving is the favorite holiday of Trek Travel’s guide-in-chief, Tania Burke. And this year, she’s got the perfect solution 

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“There are few spots in the western mountain lands about which there hangs so much frontier romance.” – William Maillie-Grohman, English Mountaineer 1882 No foothills. Steep coniferous forest. Solitary sub-alpine meadows bursting 

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There’s no other sport that allows you this close to the pros, and no other tour company that gets you this close to the races. That’s why we’re bringing you a front-row 

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Inside Guide Life

Sam Clark

The Lac d’Annecy isn’t such a beautiful place from a windowless conference room. I was locked in with a few dozen bikes and the same fluorescent lights that make a summer day 

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Falling in love with New Mexico

Zack Jones

If word gets out about the hidden gems of the Rio Grande Rift Valley stretching north from Santa Fe through Ojo Caliente and Abiquiu to Taos, it might just be quartered off 

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Rosé All Day

Bryna Rudy

Spring and summer are the seasons of rosé. Served chilled and ranging from pale blush to bright ruby in color, these light fruity wines are dangerously easy to enjoy on a hot 

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Guide Favorite: Piedmont

Ioanna Yiasemi

These words are written next to a fireplace in Girona – our European base – where I am now spending my days. The writing began when I opened a bottle of Barbera, 

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Biking in Bohemia: A Timeless Ride

Eric Lenser

Within minutes of touching down in Prague, a distinctive sense of history overwhelmed me (and many other first time visitors on the plane). It should have come as no surprise, as trusted 

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Welcome to my home in Nosara

Alyssa Sponaugle

To discover true paradise, sometimes you have to go off-road. And sometimes in a 4×4, if it’s anything like my town. When you turn onto the unpaved road, ignore your instinct to 

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When Anthony Rovente lost his job in New York in the spring of 2013, the San Juan Islands were the furthest thing from his mind. Though he had never heard of this 

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Preparing for the Ride of Your Life

Brie Willey

Perspective New Guide applicants eagerly ask me year after year, what is it about Trek Travel that you love the most? My answer, without a doubt: the people. We have a vibrant, 

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A celebrity favorite, Santa Barbara is one of this country’s most unique destinations. It’s where luxurious relaxation meets world-class cycling, where mountains meet the sea, and where small-town intimacy meets big-city sophistication. 

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Pursuit Ride Across America

When David Baldwin came to us with his idea in January 2016, the task seemed as far-fetched as the goal itself. In June he was going to set out on a 3,500 

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Behind the Scenes: Norway Trip Design

Tony Ferlisi

Tucked deep in the Moors of Telemark lies a place where you’ve dreamt of riding. Except it’s one of those elusive dreams; the kind you can’t recall when you wake up in 

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L’Etape du Tour: Part III

Julie Farrell

Two years ago Julie Farrell was a self-described “non-enthusiast” with paddle pedals and a brand-new Trek Domane. This July she completed her first L’Etape du Tour. Follow along as she recounts the 

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L’Etape du Tour: Part II

Julie Farrell

Two years ago Julie Farrell was a self-described “non-enthusiast” with paddle pedals and a brand-new Trek Domane. This July she completed her first L’Etape du Tour. Follow along as she recounts the 

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L’Etape du Tour: Part I

Julie Farrell

Two years ago Julie Farrell was a self-described “non-enthusiast” with paddle pedals and a brand-new Trek Domane. This July she completed her first L’Etape du Tour. Follow along as she recounts the 

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Photo Gallery: Costa Rica

Ever seen a cloud forest? How about a volcano national park? It’s just another day in Costa Rica, and it’s all on our photo gallery here. Right now, it feels like you’re 

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Warning: pictures barely do it justice. Our Chile bike tour introduces you to a combination of mountainous terrain and natural beauty like you’ve never seen. So when Trek Travel cycling guide and 

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Barcelona can be an action-packed combination of passion, nightlife, food and culture. Or it can be the getaway to end all getaways, with the serene escape of your own private villa. New 

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Our guides have put together amazing picnics at the foot of landmarks, in the back of our vans, by the ocean, in forests and across the world. So it’s only natural that’s 

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Marcel Peeperkorn has always embraced a transient lifestyle. From Johannesburg to Shanghai, London to Boston, Marcel has lived and worked in many regions around the world. But no matter his location, the 

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A new guide for Trek Travel, Grace Heimsness is saying yes to the life she’s always dreamed of. Leaving the comfort of the familiar for the allure of something new is never 

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An air traffic controller, professional wedding photographer, motorcycle aficionado, and Ironman triathlete, Trevor Pickard isn’t just a Trek Travel guide. He’s proof that you can make a living while making a life, 

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Why I Ride: Grant Curry

Jenny Binkowski

Most of us won’t remember what we did on May 21, 2016. But for Trek Travel guest Grant Curry, that spring Saturday will be forever remembered as the day he completed a 

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Ever wonder what our best-selling trips of the year are? Discover the secrets of Asheville, Glacier, Annecy to Alpe d’Huez, Costa Rica and Tuscany below. You’ll soon see why they’re well-loved. 1. 

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Guides Jason Harding and Sonja Schmidt recently took over the Trek Travel Instagram account to share their perspective of Puglia, Italy. “Puglia is such an incredible place to visit. Sonja and I 

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Top 3 Places to See Fall Foliage

Jenny Binkowski

Fall is our favorite season. The weather turns cool and the colors come out to play. That’s why we’ve got some very special fall adventures designed to showcase the best colors in 

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Top 5 Reasons to See This Year’s Vuelta

Meagan Coates

Watching a pro cycling race on TV is one thing, seeing it live in person and feeling the experience is a whole different ball game. Especially when it’s in the beautiful destination 

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Top 3 Places to Go in July

From the stunningly gorgeous vineyards of Bordeaux, to the lazy countrysides of Vermont, or the world renowned fields of lavender in Provence, summer was made for vacation and relaxation. Join us for 

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