With all of this polar vortex and freezing temperatures nonsense, pretty much everybody has resigned to stay indoors for the foreseeable future. But nothing lifts the spirits like some good old-fashioned escapism, so here are 9 of our favorite adventure travel Instagrams to help you see the world this winter, even while you binge-watching Netflix in your sweats.
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The insanely stunning photography from globetrotter Mauricio de la Garza Glariond is a highly effective way to pretend you’re somewhere else. From Dubai to South America to France and the Himalayas, this guy's living the dream.
Calling all outdoorsmen: Yonder Journal turns out some pretty cool outdoor guides and photo essays that are both practical and inspirational. Follow them as they traverse the lesser known paths of the American wilderness.
We strongly recommend you check out WILDSAM's uniquely curated American field guides. Paying tribute to San Francisco, Nashville, and Austin, they just launched their comprehensive city guide for Detroit. The 'gram offers a behind-the-scenes look at the highlights of their travel research.
Writer and style icon David Coggins is the Editorial Director of Freemans Sporting Club, but above all he's a professional liver of the good life. He takes simple, elegant shots of his enviable adventures to destinations like Japan, France, Venice, and the Mountain States.
This is an awesomely curated Kerouac-esque account from a storytelling collective out of Australia. With top-notch photography from all stretches of the globe, every caption tells a little story about the traveler's experience to make it a bit more personal.
Collective Quarterly is all about exploring the creative process of craftsmen, designers, and other artist-types. In their first two issues, they talk to local makers and explore unique spots in rugged towns like Marfa and the Absaroka region.
Meet Matt Hranek. See Matt eat oysters in Paris. See Matt sip an Aperol Spritz in Milan. See Matt go glamping in the Catskills. A photojournalist and host of the travel show Alternate Route on Esquire TV, this guy's a man about many towns.
These four filmmakers are on the bike ride of a lifetime, cycling from Alaska to Argentina while telling stories and creating a documentary about the inspiring people they find along the way. Follow the journey for an awesome look at what life is like on the Pan-American Highway.