Travel Guides

Kyle Davidson

August 25, 2022

8 Best Things To Do in NYC This Fall

As the magic of an NYC summer comes to a close, the promise of fall is right around the corner. Summer was fantastic — but we’re ready to swap hot, muggy days for crisp air, cozy sweaters and comfort food. Who’s with us?! If you’re an autumn soul looking for… Read More

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Kyle Davidson

August 1, 2022

Top 3 Rivers for Whitewater Rafting Near NYC

From Michelin Star restaurants to glamorous nightclubs to Broadway classics, NYC is full of city-life adventure you can’t get anywhere else. But every once in a while, you feel a pull towards something a bit more adventurous. When that little adrenaline craving grows and grows until… Read More

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Kyle Davidson

July 25, 2022

Why You Should Plan a Day Trip to Storm King From NYC ASAP

It’s no secret that New York City is known for its museum culture. Visions of The Met, The MOMA, and The Natural History Museum probably dance around your head as you think of NYC museums. But what if we told you that there is a museum a stone’s throw from… Read More

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Kyle Davidson

June 14, 2022

12 Things To Do in NYC This Summer

We can feel it in the air – it’s finally summer in NYC! The anticipation running through the city is palpable as people fill their social calendars with NYC summer activities and fun.  Feeling overwhelmed by all of the options? We’ve got the ultimate bucket list of things to do… Read More

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Kyle Davidson

June 21, 2022

Top 6 Best Wineries on Long Island

When people think of famous wine regions, they often picture Napa Valley, CA or Bordeau, France. But what about our very own Long Island, NY? Adding Long Island to the list of world-famous wine regions may raise some eyebrows, but once you experience just a few wines from the best… Read More

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Kyle Davidson

June 22, 2020

Covid-19 Operating Procedures

Dear Adventurers, Last Updated: July 8th, 2022 As always, the safety of our passengers is our highest priority so we will be implementing a few new protocols until further notice. Please note: These policies and procedures may be changed or updated at any time based on any new guidance we… Read More

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Tristan Leyco

January 25, 2018

Sofia-Jeanne R. (group leader) | #FACESOFSOURCED

Congratulations to Sofia-Jeanne R. for being the first and soon to be many Sourced Adventures leaders featured! What’s your favorite trip and why? Our Kayak and Wine Day Trip, hands down. You get to choose your own pace on the river, so you… Read More

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Sam Visser

January 3, 2018

Sourced Adventures: The #1 Reviewed NYC Snow Bus

Looking for Winter Trips from NYC? We have a few (top-rated) ideas… Sourced Adventures was founded to make access to the outdoors easier for everyone – especially those of us in cities where it’s hard to get out into nature. In the winter, we all want to go skiing or… Read More

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Andrea McLure

December 11, 2017

2017/18 Winter Launch Party

On the chilly evening of December 7, New York City’s outdoor adventure seekers weaved through the Soho streets to convene at the Patagonia Bowery Store for the Sourced Adventures Winter Launch Party. If you were one of the adventurers who came out to the event we’d like to… Read More

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Eli Landau

December 8, 2017

How to Rent Ski Clothing this Winter

It’s that great time of year again. The snow is starting to fall and all of your friends are flocking to the ski hill. You’d love to join them but there is a problem…you don’t have any ski clothing. Maybe it’s because you’re from Florida. Maybe it’s because you’re a… Read More

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Eli Landau

April 6, 2017

The Complete Mount Snow Travel Guide

East coast skiers are hearty and unspoiled as a rule of thumb. Living in a part of the USA where the weather is wildly variable and where the tectonic plates are nowhere to be found can make for challenging conditions. East coast skiers have to be adaptable to… Read More

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Kyle Davidson

November 14, 2016

Where to buy travel insurance

Travel Insurance. The two little words that come to mind when your wallet gets stolen, when you need antibiotics for that relentless flu or when your luggage doesn’t slide gracefully onto the conveyor belt in Rome because it’s stuck at JFK. It’s true — that more often than… Read More

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Eli Landau

July 1, 2016

Virginia Wine Country Travel Guide

Washington DC. Our nation’s capitol. Known for its monuments, history, and politics. And with any luck adventure! Last winter Team SA took its talents to DC and struck gold. Figuratively of course. Those in DC and the surrounding metropolitan area were yearning for adventure and had… Read More

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Eli Landau

June 10, 2016

Best Summer Pastimes

The days are getting longer, the sun is shining brighter, the birds are chirping louder and even the flowers are getting bloomier…that last one might not be a word but you get the gist. Summer is here! Even though we had a relatively mild winter, summer can never… Read More

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Eli Landau

April 12, 2016

NY & PA Wine Country Travel Guide

Those of you who have been on our wine tours know what a fantastic experience it is. After all, who can say no to a plethora of tasting, multiple wineries, lunch and a designated driver? But whether you’ve travelled with us on a wine tour… Read More

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