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Swimming New York City: A Survival Guide

On July 12, a group of New York City designers celebrated the successful close of a Kickstarter campaign. Exceeding their goal, they raised $273,000 to build "+Pool," a

5 Trips Down Memory Lane: Hurts So Good

The first time a jellyfish ever slid inside my swimming trunks, I was in Cape Charles, Virginia, at a spot called Pickett’s Harbor, a long beach with sand dunes and a breakwater of sunken...

5 Trips Down Memory Lane

Sometimes the perfect getaway means returning to the familiar. Five Outside contributors chose these spots with fond memories in mind, even if those memories involve an uncomfortable...

5 Trips Down Memory Lane: Your Own Private Idaho

We were drifting down the South Fork of the Snake River, the Grand Teton behind us, when my guide began rowing frantically across the stream. This is the telltale sign, of course, that the man...

5 Trips Down Memory Lane: Hope Sinks Eternal

Each summer, some college friends and I go to Michigan’s Manistee National Forest for a weekend trip we call Fish Yer Briefs Off. The forest has many famous trout streams—the...

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