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The Highlands Travel Guide

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Discovering Scotland's Handmade Clothes

T+L carved a route through the Borders region to the Highlands and discovers why—when it comes to tartans, cashmere, and tweed—some things will always be...

To the Highlands!

In the remote and rugged north of Scotland, sheep outnumber people by ten to one—but there's room for all on the region's historic links.

Denver Debuts Nation's First City Bike-Share Program

The last time I visited Denver I fell in love with Little Man Ice Cream (or, rather, its banana chocolate chip frozen custard, with a...

Geared for Winter

On a recent journey to Iceland, I discovered 66° North. Named for the island’s Arctic latitude, this rugged outdoor clothing line is a favorite of...

Driving Scotland's Highlands

The dramatic mountain passes, craggy shorelines, and seaside villages of the highlands and the Isle of Skye make for one of Europe’s best rides. (Nessie...

America's Best Cities for Hipsters

They sport vintage bowling shoes and the latest tech gear—but they also know all the best places to eat and drink. Here are America’s cities...

America's Best Wine Bars

Toast your next vacation at one of the country’s top-flight wine bars.

Uruguay: South America’s Latest Hot Spot

It’s tempting to apply the usual stereotypes to Uruguay, but T+L uncovers a land that confounds expectations.

Seaplaning in Scotland

Faster and cheaper than helicopters, seaplanes are now being used to access the great (and often remote) courses of Scotland

On the Scottish Ale Trail

From the Southern Borders up through the Highlands, follow this route to the country's historic breweries. Bring a thirst, and your clubs.
HOTELS

The Birches Resort

This longtime hunting and fishing lodge on Moosehead Lake resides on an 11,000-acre nature preserve. John Willard and his family have run the resort since the late ’60s, presiding over a handful... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Alex Katz Galleries at Colby College

Little Ivy Colby College is home to the largest collection of works by American painter and Pop artist Alex Katz, who has summered in Lincolnville, Maine, since 1954, and who was first introduced to... more ›


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