Hudson Lindenberger

Hudson Lindenberger has lived an interesting and varied life. Growing up in Louisville, Kentucky, he fell in love with the outdoors, horse racing and exploration. He spent five summers working in the fishing industry in Alaska during his early twenties and is a proud graduate of the University of Louisville. Following a decade-long stint as a restaurant general manager, and another decade working in the beer industry, he decided to try his hand at being a writer.

He has since been published in over 45 publications including Men's Journal, Men's Health, Sensi, 5280 Magazine, and Sky. As a full-time contributor to Forbes, he tracks the latest in the food and beverage world. He is also the author/co-author of four books including the award-winning "On Thin Ice: An Epic Final Quest Into The Melting Arctic" and "Best Hikes Fairbanks: Simple Strolls, Day Hikes, and Longer Adventures." As a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the Adventure Travel Trade Association, he is always on the lookout for the next interesting story to tell.

After 20 years living in Colorado, he and his wife decided to hit the road and become digital nomads. They have spent most of the last five years moving from one location to another, spending long stretches of time in Europe, Canada and the United States. He doesn’t quite know where his ship is heading next, but he believes in heading there with a smile on his face and an open heart. You can follow him below on Twitter and Instagram, and at

All Articles From Hudson Lindenberger

This Three-City Andalusian Road Trip Is an Adventurer’s Dream

Immerse yourself in the fascinating culture of the southern Spanish region

A Consistently Underrated Food City Awaits Just Over the Canadian Border

Our correspondent shares what he ate on a recent eye-opening, five-day exploration of Montreal

A Local’s Guide to Louisville, Courtesy of Jefferson’s Bourbon Founder Trey Zoeller

Skip Kentucky Derby weekend and plan a trip around these 13 recommendations from "the mad scientist of whiskey"

Review: The Loutrel Hotel Is a Boutique Oasis in the Center of Charleston

The new 50-room hotel acts both as a charming home base and destination in its own right, but we’ve also got recommendations when you inevitably hit the town