Main photo credit: Zak Jokela Meet Doug Bailey, resident Beerbarian for Zephyr Adventures and Red Lodge Ales. Doug is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades. Not only does he know his beer, but he can teach you how to snowboard, wrangle a horse, navigate rapids, and make a mean cocktail, all while wearing a kilt. We had Continue Reading →
Around the new year, Brussels had been linked to terrorist plots. Consequently, the international media began falsely portraying the city as a dangerous war zone. To help ease travelers’ minds that Brussels is still a safe and thriving city, the Visit Brussels tourism board has recently launched a cute and clever campaign called #CallBrussels. The Continue Reading →
Our Idaho Inline Skating Tour was recently covered in the Alaska Airlines inflight magazine and our Belgium Active Beer Tour was written up in BC (British Columbia) Beer News. From time to time we invite journalists on our tours, which is a great way for them to experience what all of you get to experience Continue Reading →
Belgium is a very small country where people think very small, very local. We call ourselves sometimes “parish”-minded. Having to go somewhere 120 miles away is for us mentally the same as a trip from the East Coast to LA for many Americans.
Chances are “beer” and “tourism” are two words you’ve likely never put together. When you travel, you likely put high consideration on the destination, sights, perhaps the food, and if you’re a Zephyr traveler, then you certainly consider the activities offered in the area. Beer Tourism may not be a buzz word yet, but we Continue Reading →
People travel for a number of different reasons: to hike in a different mountain chain they’ve never been to before; to experience, first hand, a different way of life; to eat and drink like a local. The burgeoning craft beer scene in the United States affords the beer enthusiast who likes to travel the opportunity Continue Reading →
We at Zephyr Adventures are entering our 18th season of running active vacations around the world and these years have been full of change. We started as the world’s first inline skating tour company; expanded to multisport tours that include skating; branched off into other activities as we lived through the decline of Rollerblading; and Continue Reading →