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Top 5 Travel Reads

1 The Grand Canyon: Between River and Rim

A brand new release by publishing powerhouse Rizzoli, National Geographic photographer Pete McBride tells the story of his 750-plus-mile hike through the entire length of America’s iconic national park with award-winning author Kevin Fedarko. With a foreward by Hampton Sides, this beautiful coffee table book takes you on a stunning journey yet also poses critical questions about wilderness conservation.

2 Ibiza Bohemia

A chic release by Assouline, Ibiza Bohemia celebrates the island’s rugged land and sea hot spots, unique local personalities, and elevated design. As a dreamy escape from reality for creatives and busy CEOs, if you can’t physically jet set to Ibiza, the evocative photos will leave you imagining that next trip.

3 Beaches

By Gray Malin
Malin’s intriguing eye for stunning aerial photography will inspire any nomad to pack a bag in search of sun and sand. As Malin says himself, “the journey is more than just a photograph, it’s a lifestyle.”

4 The New York Times 36 Hours: 125 Weekends in Europe

Edited by Barbara Ireland
Imagine dream weekends in all corners of Europe, framed in easy-to-read itineraries by the globe’s top travel writers. The iconic “36 Hours In” by the New York Times travel section is compiled into one luscious, come-hither tease to Europe’s top haunts.

5 Make Some Noise: The Unconventional Road to Dominance

By Ken Schmidt
As the former director of communications for Harley-Davidson during the pivotal years of its acclaimed rags-to-riches turnaround, the well-traveled and outspoken Ken Schmidt challenges the status quo in business. An avid traveler and in-demand presenter, Schmidt can help any C-suite exec make competing to dominate your business a primary objective. Though business focused, his brand new book is also peppered with enchanting motorcycle tales.