With former US Ski Team member Dean Cummings
Keep it simple and head to Portillo, Chile, where only week-long all-inclusive packages are offered and the terrain is good enough for the US Ski Team’s summer training.
Take a Wilderness First Responder course, but master these three skills now
Tuscan roads are some of the best for cycling.
If someone asks you to tie up their boat, horse, or a rescue rope to a tree, you can luck into a solution.
The northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia boasts 685 miles of coastline and is the heart of Afro-Brazilian culture.
There’s an urgency to climbing Kilimanjaro—the famous “tropical ice” that covers the 19,341-foot Tanzanian peak has melted to 15 percent of its 1912 size.
Practice that fancy new J-stroke in Minnesota’s 1.1 million acre Boundary Waters National Park.
Except for the few whackos who enter 24-hour races solo, the events are fraught with camaraderie.
Switching sides every other stroke is an incredibly inefficient way to make a canoe go straight.
The American Avalanche Institute’s three-day Level 1 Avalanche course teaches students to mind the red flags.
From May through October, Heron combines fly tying classes with guided fishing on the rivers near Lake Tahoe.
The three-to-five-inch long Razor Clam is abundant at the tide line on beaches from Alaska to Oregon.
Costa Rican surf is hardly a secret, which is why Surf Simply’s new camp in Nosara, on the remote Nicoya Peninsula is your best bet for empty lineups.
Earn your psychedelic wings