Or guide a kayak across the still, glasslike surface of a pristine mountain lake? Each month, Escape transports the reader to a destination seemingly untouched by the bustle and noise of modernity, where nature’s sublime beauty and powers of restoration shine. Follow your wanderlust up the slopes of Iceland’s misty and ethereal Westfjords. Then beneath a bridge carved out of a red-rock landscape in the American southwest. Then to the Valley of the Ten Peaks in Canada’s Banff National Park. It’s the pleasure of getting away from it all and finding peace and serenity—and yourself—in the wilderness. Each gorgeous image is enhanced by an outdoors- or exploration-themed quote. “Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.”—Henry David Thoreau.