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Brian Johnston I roll with a plop into the ice hole. My chest feels tight, and shallow breathing fills my ears.
Kate Farrelly You don't need skis or snow to make the most of the attractions of northern Italy's rugged Dolomites, writes Kate Farrelly.
Andrew Bain As cycling holidays become the first choice of travel for a growing number of us, there is no shortage of places to conquer, writes Andrew Bain.
Steve McKenna Travel the Garden Route from Cape Town for some spectacular sights, writes Steve McKenna.
Daniel Scott Everyone else I know has done it and now it's time for me to give it a try.
Tatyana Leonov Love it or loathe it, the selfie is getting bigger. You can embrace it, whinge about it, or just hate it. Either way, the selfie is here to stay.
David Whitley Holiday ideas that are putting new spins on destinations around the world, writes David Whitley.
Brian Johnston Only surly travellers could complain about the infamous high tides of Venice. Brian Johnston discovers beauty even in a swamped city.
Brigid Delaney ventures beyond Bali to a land of smart cities, friendly locals and incredible temples.
The Backpacker It’s doesn't include Sydney, obviously, despite its new cycle lane. Nor Melbourne, despite its handy lack of hills.
Rachael Oakes-Ash gets the first seven-day treatment from New Zealand's new intensive hiking and health retreat and lives to breathe another day, just.
Ben Groundwater The sharks are friendly, they're Fijian. Right? Ben Groundwater goes adventuring.
Angie Kelly This women-only bath house on Zurich's Limmat River leads a delightful double life. A barefoot Angie Kelly takes a look.
Cycling in Scandinavia is a way of life, writes Alison Stewart.
Louise Goldsbury takes to the skyline of picturesque Stockholm.
A hike in Alpine National Park takes in wildflowers and history, writes Melanie Ball.
Sue Joseph learns how to lollop along like the holidaying locals on the sandy West Frisian isles.
Brian Johnston I'm lying up to my neck in hot black sand and wondering if my innards are about to boil.
From riding on sandunes to the sport of kings, Kerry van der Jagt explores the history of the Arabian horse.
Michael O'Reilly A rumbling giant can't put the brakes on an action-packed visit to New Zealand's North Island, writes Michael O'Reilly.