The Universal Power of Sport

By Emily Cole Soccer is the world’s game, a universal language as profound as a smile.  I have been blessed to play and coach at many levels, but nothing taught me this truth like playing … Read More

The world is waiting…

By Crooked Trails Traveler Stephanie S.Everest has always been on my bucket list, as it is for many people.  After an emotionally taxing year of my 2nd divorce, my cousin’s suicide, my middle son’s health … Read More

Reflections on Three Months in Nepal

CT guides Tanner & Kolena have been sending periodic dispatches from the field in Nepal, where they have been guiding our travelers and doing on-the-ground re-con for us this fall. Here’s their final post before … Read More

Family Travel with a Purpose in 2016

By Crooked Trails Co-founder Chris Mackay Both Tammy and I (co-founders of Crooked Trails) have young ones. Tammy’s boy is six and has been to India, Peru, Thailand, Cameroon (where his Dad is from) and … Read More

Hide and Seek at Machu Pichu

by Christine Mackay Click here to learn more about our Summer Peru Family Program! Kids just experience places differently. Take our recent family program to Peru for example. When we arrived at the Inca citadel … Read More