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...
From the altiplano to the jungle, a soggy saga of Class V rapids, sandal-sucking mud, and a forestful of hoots, groans, and screams
Six more bonefishing hot spots across the globe
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.
Undiscovered South America
A comic tale, right? Not in Patagonia, where legends die hard.
It's hard to be first at anything these days. Case in point: five comrades on holiday attempting to ski a virgin vertical face on Huascarán, Peru's tallest mountain. A study of überathlete group...
Marine Iguana in the Galápagos