Adventure Life staff competed and won in May 2013 for the Missoula In Motion Commuter Challenge. Our staff did 90% of our commutes sustainably over a two week period. We also accepted the …

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Lynessa Erin and Haley accept awardunder the big top in Caras ParkThunderstorms over downtown MissoulaLynessa Erin and Haley receive check for awardMoe and Lynessa with Commuter Challenge awardBeth Aaron and Moe with their families
By the waterfall at Mendenhall Glacier
Author
Sandra Woerner
Sunday morning we ate breakfast at Victorias and checked out of our hotel. Mary Watson, our scientific guide for the cruise, gathered people from our hotel and we walked to the Alaskan Dream …
reflection of waterfall at Mendenhall Lake
Author
Sandra Woerner
I had promised my granddaughter, Aspen, a trip after she finished the eighth grade. In January of this year, I began looking for a place to take her. After much searching, I called Adventure Life …
Sloth in rehab
Author
Laurie Engleking
Time to say good bye to Richard and Gusto and head out to Panama. On the way to Panama we stopped at the Sloth Sanctuary. We made this stop per a pre-arranged special request. I highly recommend …
Warrior
Author
Laurie Engleking
A rainy night in the early morning hours but the rain stopped in time for our daytime activities. Some guests took a bird watching walk before breakfast. I spent time in my hammock. After breakfast …
Horses ready for riders
Author
Laurie Engleking
After a restful night under my mosquito net, I awoke early to the sunlight and sounds of the rainforest. I headed to my hammock to enjoy the rainforest till time for breakfast. After a breakfast of …
Gordo our expert Guide
Author
Laurie Engleking
This was by far the best day of the trip. I had not gone river rafting before and all of us were a little nervous. But, fear not! We had excellent instructions from Daniel on the ride to the …
Feeling the rush of the rapids during a whitewater rafting trip in Costa Rica
Author
Elizabeth Conway
Costa Rica's summer-rain means rivers are full & rafting is awesome! Summer's here and it's rainy season in Costa Rica. But while a few rainy afternoons might keep some travelers away, there are …
My room at Xandari Resort
Author
Laurie Engleking
I arrived in San Jose by noon and was picked up at the airport and transferred to Xandari Resort and Spa. After a wonderful lunch on the terrace and walk around the grounds, it was time for my spa …
A family walks the beach in La Paz
Author
Elizabeth Conway
Aaron and the kids, Gabs, Samuel & Faye, strolling the boardwalk in La Paz, Baja -- while I hang back with the camera to capture the cuteness. The boardwalk in La Paz's Malecon district is ideal …
Author
Elizabeth Conway
Good morning and good-bye Magdalena Bay. Thanks for treating the Conway family so well. I strolled the beach with my companions: a steaming cup of coffee and a groggy four-year-old Faye. It was …
My son with the turtle
Author
Elizabeth Conway
A sea turtle meets a Samuel on Baja's Magdalena Bay Turtle monitoring begins! The camp buzzed with energy. The turtle monitoring was a much anticipated highlight of our Baja camping adventure …
Saw this color blue many places.  Beautiful doors
Author
Robert Sterling
This day was all about getting home. We started at the hotel, saying goodbye to our good friend Teddy at noon. Riding down the hill to the aeropuerto, we were really surprised to see our first …
Kayaking Baja
Author
Elizabeth Conway
Charo, Faye & I paddle through the mangroves of Magdalena Bay. (OK, OK, to be fair, Charo did most of the paddling.) We were in our kayaks by 11:00 am. Paddle-talk included insight from our …
Half the population of Peru is under fifteen
Author
Robert Sterling
This day was a free day in Cusco, and we opted for a short horse back ride. Teddy had arranged this for us, an a van and a young guide named came and picked us up at the hotel. Just a short ride …
On the bus tour in Lima, we saw the catacombs in this church
Author
Robert Sterling
This day was a free day until 2:00 and we all decided we wanted to go back up the hill to M-P. Will and Brent had passes to go up to Huayna Picchu and please note that the queue to get on the trail …
The Catholic Church in Mira Flores
Author
Robert Sterling
We had all dedided that every town we visited was better than the first and we had not yet arrived at Machu Picchu! What this day would bring, we just couldn't imagine. We joined our group and …
Author
Elizabeth Conway
Taking in the view from our beach-side bedroom on Baja's Magdalena Bay. The roadside Ranchero's decor showcases intricate hand-crafted saddles, as well as a hodge-podge of attic-items including …
Art and Literature Building - Lima
Author
Robert Sterling
Around 7:30, Teddy and our driver Eduardo, arrived at our hotel door carrying our traveling companions, Mario and Betty, ready to take us towards the Sacred Valley. There was not really any one else …
One of the squares in Lima
Author
Robert Sterling
We had a taxi arranged by A-L waiting for us the next morning, taking us to the airport for Cusco. About 30 minutes back to the airport. Line wasn't too bad at the airport. We were flying LAN …
Balcony Architecture  -  Lima
Author
Robert Sterling
Morning came, and with it breakfast. This was included in the room, as were all breakfasts. However, after breakfast, 2 of us went back to bed!!!! The other 2 went out exploring. Just a couple of …
The Guards at the Capital
Author
Robert Sterling
As our older son, Will, is currently in school in Boston, we were scheduled to leave from 2 different destinations, meeting in Dallas, and flying the 8 hour trip to Lima together. We had a small …
Baroque cathedral, Quito
Author
Steve Alcorn
Alas, it was time to leave the islands and my tour companions who were continuing their journeys elsewhere. We returned to the airport island of Baltra the way we arrived, by bus and water taxi …