Travel & Outdoors
Skiing and snowboarding season has arrived. Spend the day on the slopes and the evening enjoying dinner, drinks and entertainment. Experience all that ski life has to offer at the ski mountains with best apres-ski life perfect for post-powder playtime this winter.
Booking flights, airport anxiety and transporting gifts can make holiday travel tough no matter how hard you try to plan your way out of it. Try the following tips to make your holiday travel in Boston a breeze.
The weather outside will soon be frightful, but do not let it put a damper on your outdoor fun. Ice skating is a wonderful way to enjoy colder weather, and in Boston, there is no shortage of options.
Build muscle, increase coordination, enhance agility and get motivated by joining the CrossFit community. Prepare to work hard to achieve maximum results in classes that offer warm ups tougher than most workouts. These are the best CrossFit studios in and around Boston.
Here are some of the best spine-tingling ways to take on the town both here in Boston and the legendary town of Salem, home of the famed Witch Trials.
As the cold weather sets in it can interrupt your outdoor walking and running programs. Don’t miss a beat. Bring your workout indoors. These indoor tracks are the best places to exercise in and around Boston.
Make your way down to the Charles River to experience the fun and excitement of the Head of the Charles Regatta. This two-day rowing event is the largest in the world, and attracts more than 300,000 spectators and more than 9,000 athletes. Whether you are participating, observing or volunteering, this event promises two action-packed days of racing. Here’s your guide.
The changing leaves signal the start of autumn, and there is no better way to appreciate them than with a scenic drive. Spend a relaxing day with family or friends as you get an up close view on this drive from Boston to Cape Cod.
Whether you’re a Massachusetts native, a recent arrival, or a visitor from out of town, a trip to Plymouth, Massachusetts offers you plenty of ways to learn a bunch about Massachusetts and New England colonial history.
Grab your bike and head downtown Sunday, Sept. 23 to join the group bike ride Hub on Wheels. The ride begins and ends on City Hall Plaza, and is appropriate for beginner and experienced riders alike.
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