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
Scamper up vertical terrain
Trek the wilds of Tsavo