Tim Neville is a correspondent for Outside magazine and a frequent contributor to the New York Times. His work has been featured in Best American Travel Writing, Best American Sports Writing, and Best Food Writing. He lives in Oregon with his wife and daughter.
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A correctly tied knot can be a lifesaver when you’re traveling. These are the five best knots to know, whether it’s keeping your luggage lashed to the roof rack or preventing your kayak from drifting away.
Showcasing locally produced food, beer, and wine, these trails are ideal for replenishing after a hike or bike ride, or just for a fun, delicious day out.
If you're lost in the woods or wilderness, learning these expert skills could keep you alive until rescue comes.
Tim Neville asks storytelling experts how to keep your audience interested until the end.
Just outside the famous (and famously expensive) Swiss Alps ski resorts are a host of much more affordable and equally memorable adventures. Tim Neville shares his favorite winter experiences.
The Swiss Alps may be famous for skiing, but it’s also a glorious summertime playground. Tim Neville shares his favorite places to swim, hike, and bike.
Ski season is here – but it’s a little different this year. Tim Neville shares how ski areas are adjusting to keep the slopes open and visitors safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this video, New York Times contributor and World Nomads scholarship mentor Tim Neville shares his expert advice for aspiring travel writers.
Tim Neville discovers how Georgian culture is preserved through the centuries-old tradition of polyphonic singing.
Travel writing may sound like the dream job, but the business of freelancing also takes discipline and determination, advises New York Times writer Tim Neville.
You may think you have the greatest story idea ever, but chances are you’re going about it all wrong, says New York Times contributor Tim Neville.
Travel writers have been inspiring us to journey to new and exciting destinations for centuries, and we're as hungry as ever to read about where we could go next ... and what to do when we get there.
Navigate travel writing earnings and expenses with the expert guidance of New York Times contributor Tim Neville.
Freelance travel writing is a whole lot easier when you can pitch and deliver articles editors actually want, advises NY Times writer Tim Neville.
It's not all fun and freebies. Working hard during a travel writing trip is essential for professionals wanting their stories to stand out.
Put your ego aside and deliver the travel story an editor wants – your career may well depend on it, says NY Times writer Tim Neville.
Pitch your idea to an editor and lock in a travel writing commission with a little help from our expert, New York Times writer Tim Neville.
New to travel writing? NY Times writer Tim Neville reveals how to make a name for yourself as a freelancer and get published where it counts.
The best travel articles involve more than just great writing. New York Times writer Tim Neville says the steps freelancers take before they sit down to write make all the difference.
Want to make more money out of freelance travel writing? New York Times contributor Tim Neville shares his expert income-boosting tips.
From stunning alpine lakes to surprise encounters with wildlife, travel writer Tim Neville’s latest journey to one of his favorite parks doesn’t disappoint.
Scholarship mentor Tim Neville shares how to write a captivating travel narrative and his favorite past winning Travel Writing Scholarship stories.
Tim Neville ignores the warnings of others and explores Albania on foot, ultimately discovering a place that feels totally out of this world.
Loreto Bay National Marine Park is home to over 800 species of aquatic critters. Tim Neville gets up close and personal with them on this kayaking adventure.