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Bike to Work Week: TT Commuters

Erin Nelson

Bike to Work Week? As if the Trek Travel staff needed another reason to pedal their hearts out. Get to know some of our office commuters and their tips, tricks, hacks and 

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Meet Our Team: Amy Davison

Amy Davison knew that practicing law wasn’t the end-all-be-all. That’s when, after a little soul-searching, she decided to take a leap and blend the things she loved the most into a career she 

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From One Adventure to the Next

Kristin Kellerman

Being a mom is hard work, sacrifice, and total commitment. But it’s not the end of life. Here’s the story of Kristin, one mom who after raising two children is rediscovering her taste 

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This isn’t your average cruise. Journey along the Danube and sample the cuisine and cultures of Hungary, Slovakia, Austria and Germany. You’ll explore the heart of each historic region by bike then 

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We make it a point to be experts in more than just cycling on our trips. We show you the best parts of every destination and wow you with locations you may 

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California Wine Country, in Three Ways

Sarah Makoski

Whether it’s a rich, full-bodied pinot, a crisp chardonnay, an invigorating ride through the countryside or just a romantic escape, California wine country has got it all. Which is why we offer 

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Best Brews Vermont Edition

Erin Nelson

After an unforgettable bike trip through the picturesque forests and winding roads of the Vermont country side, there are few things better than kicking back and sipping on some of the best 

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Our guides are experts in riding bikes around the world. Just ask them what gear they go-to for any situation and they’ll tell you their favorites. So we gathered together a list 

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Don’t get us wrong, we love finding unbelievable roads to cruise along. But our fast descents, winding turns, big climbs and scenic mountain passes aren’t confined to pavement. The fun keeps going 

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Ireland is a mystical place that takes you away from everything you’re used to. In Ireland, you’ll find yourself surrounded by velvety pastures speckled with flocks of grazing sheep, by glacier-carved Glencar 

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Industry Insider: Special Guest Jonny Hunter

Sarah Makoski

Nominated for a 2017 James Beard Award for Best Chef of the Midwest for the fourth year in a row, chef Jonny Hunter’s take on local cuisine has been adored by Madisonians 

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Trek Travel Ride Camp is designed to take you beyond your typical day. To push your limits. To accomplish your goals. We offer trips for every traveler and Ride Camp is made 

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Designing for Giants

Sarah Makoski

It’s no easy feat to climb six breathtaking giants in the Italian Alps in just four days. If anyone can put the itinerary together, it’s Trip Designer, cyclist, artist and world traveler, 

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Our Best-Selling Spring Cycling Vacations

Mark Thomsen

Being based in Madison, Wisconsin has its perks. Warm summer nights begging for a barbecue, amazing roads cutting through rolling diary farms perfect for cycling, and home to a bustling sea of 

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So the allure of old, American-made cars, hand-rolled cigars, and back ally Cuban music streaming into the city streets has captured your sense of adventure. We couldn’t be more excited to announce 

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Are you looking to experience the charm and history of old-world Europe? Do you want to pedal through quaint, cobbled-street villages past cafes filled with locals? The following list of best-selling European bike 

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What’s better than the trip of your dreams? How about the trip of everyone’s dreams? That’s what you get when you choose one of our top five most popular destinations. They’re each 

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Hotel of the Year Award

We cover the globe in adventure, exotic experiences and first-class memories. We’ve been to every corner of the world, from the back roads of Chile to the riverbanks of the Danube to 

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The Ultimate Game Changer

Why are some “scripts” so hard to change? Words by Nora Linville, Trek Travel Guest Two years ago I began training for the Trek Travel 2015 Cross Country USA trip from Portland 

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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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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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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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Biking in Bohemia: A Timeless Ride

Trek Travel

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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