Nathan Borchelt

Education

  • American University

 

Nathan is a freelance contributor to TripSavvy. He has been working in the travel and outdoor industry for more than 15 years as a writer, photographer, editor, and product manager. His personal passions gravitate toward skiing, scuba diving, hiking, backpacking, trail running, biking, and perfecting the après adventures that follow such exploits, which has also let him develop a keen passion for spirits, beer, and wine—another topic that he covers for a variety of publications.

Highlights

  • Nathan's work has appeared in such publications as National Geographic Traveler, The Washington Post, Outside, Backpacker, USA Today, and Paste Magazine
  • He co-authored a guidebook to his home town of Washington, D.C.
  • His travels have taken him to South and Central America, Canada, South and Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Europe, the Caribbean, Mexico and all over the continental United States

Experience

Nathan's work has appeared in numerous publications including National Geographic Traveler, The Washington Post, Outside, Backpacker, USA Today, and Paste Magazine, among many others. He co-authored a guidebook to his home town of Washington, DC, and has also worked with Orbitz, AOL, AARP, and National Geographic Expeditions on various travel-related projects.

Education

He holds an MFA in Writing from American University and studied abroad at Charles University in Prague.

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