Frederick Reimers is a former editor at Paddler and Canoe & Kayak magazines.
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Trips and activities to keep you outside during the mucky spring months
7 Adventures For Those Seeking Solitude and Grandeur
The Ghost Whisperer is built for both the alps and the urban outdoorsman.
Three competitions using danger to capture media attention.
Will sending the world’s best paddlers down insanely dangerous whitewater and broadcasting it online generate interest?
If it’s time for an upgrade, start by answering this question: Do you ski almost exclusively at resorts? The defining characteristic of the ones reviewed here is that they’re built for comfort, not...
Over the past five years, stand-up paddleboarding has mushroomed from a handful of surfers SUPing waves in Hawaii to 1.2 million participants.
How do you pick an adventure in a country as big and boundless as Canada? We asked our favorite nomads to reveal the greatest hidden paddling, biking, and hiking spots, from Nova Scotia to the...
Making a good tent requires compromise. In line with the old business adage “Good, fast, cheap: pick two,” tent designers generally aspire to two properties from their own list: light, roomy, and...
Sleeping bags keep getting lighter thanks to thinner fabrics and ever finer and fluffier grades of down. Which is a good thing, except when it isn’t. A couple of the bags we tested didn’t make the...
Make the most of the warmer months with these weekend itineraries.
Float the Grand Canyon in a Dory. Bike across America. Tie your own fly. And 47 more essential items for the ultimate adventurer.
Summer is the time for vacations, camping, climbing, kayaking, and more. National Parks provide some of the best vacations out there.
The PR spin that keeps tourists coming when rabies, kidnapping, and other calamities make headlines