matterhorn

As I plan a trip for Europe this coming summer with a friend, I see how much fun "adventuring" can be. Of course, I am no match for women who have scaled mountains or traveled to the, literally, ends of the Earth.
In 1895, Annie became only the third woman to ascend the Swiss Matterhorn, and the first to do this in trousers under a long tunic rather than the unwieldy skirts of the day.
The two men disappeared on the famed peak in a 1970 snowstorm.
This past weekend, theme park fans around the globe collectively lost their minds as images of the Hatbox Ghost began to pop up online.
Go ahead. Admit it. After hearing about all that cool stuff Comic-Con attendees got to see last week, you're now wishing that you'd gone down to San Diego.
I recently met up with Alex Herrmann, director Americas, Switzerland Tourism, and he gave me an eye-opening education about Switzerland and the many wonders it offers travelers - outside of skiing.
Reports have appeared about the fight women had to undertake so that women's ski jumping could become an Olympic event. Unfortunately, the history of women in sports has been fraught with the refrain that women "can't."
CORRECTION: A previous version of this slideshow misidentified the Abominable Snowman on the Matterhorn ride as a polar bear
“Obviously this is one portfolio strategy of several. This is something that came as an offering to our clients,” Ellis said
It's one of our all time favorite travel destinations in summer, Switzerland's Zermatt with its world famous Toblerone look-alike peak.
Safety Record According to Amusement Safety, Universal Hollywood had 12 reported injuries in 2010. These included such incidents
Disney is developing an adventure movie project inspired by the Matterhorn ride and has set Jason Dean Hall to pen the script
Unlike many peaks, there is no "escape hatch" on the Matterhorn. Not much room for error, which is why more than 500 people have died there, thrice the fatalities of Mt. Everest.
Subways, airports, buses--we keep an eagle eye out and the moment we hear a page turn, our ears perk up. We're on the lookout
Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War is the best novel I have ever read about Vietnam, which is saying something. It's also one of the best books I have ever read.
There are powerful and important insights here, moments of beauty and horror that are stunning. Ultimately, though, Matterhorn fails -- as a novel and as a reflection on that terrible war.
The more people I meet, I'm convinced there is no age that's young or old, but rather, people that choose to be young or old. Age is nothing more than an attitude that we get to choose.