Paddle Perfect Patagonia
Twelve trips to change your lifeand make a difference
Somewhere at the bottom of the deepest canyon on earth flows the Cotahuasi—a long, roiling ribbon of whitewater, a river so old and dangerous that you never master it, you just surrender to it. And pay respect to its ghosts.
Best Islands for Communing with Nature
Best Islands for Boardsailing
Upriver and Out of Sight
Into the Belly of Bolivia
From the altiplano to the jungle, a soggy saga of Class V rapids, sandal-sucking mud, and a forestful of hoots, groans, and screams
The Ultimate Boneyards
Six more bonefishing hot spots across the globe
See You in Six Months: In the Mountains of My Youth
Risk comes with the territory when trekking in Bolivia's backcountry. But go with a posse of teenagers, as Joe Kane did, and the stakes get even higher.
Vaya con Dios
Undiscovered South America
Butch Cassidy Meets the Penguin
A comic tale, right? Not in Patagonia, where legends die hard.