Spearfishing for Mark Healey is mostly about “observing and trying to be a noninvasive part of that environment.”
Whether you want to fish, float, or just relax, add these destinations to your water-adventure hit list
Join L. Blount as she pushes her boundaries and tries an Oru Kayak for her first time
When Konstantin Grigorishin—über-wealthy Ukrainian businessman, aspiring philosopher, former pal of Russian oligarchs—introduced the upstart International Swimming League in 2019, he made the first move in an ambitious plan that could blow up Olympic sports and usher in a new era of athlete fairness. He also commenced a game of chicken with some of the world’s most powerful and dangerous men, including Vladimir Putin. And he just might win.
Author Natalie Warren wants young women to disregard conventional rites of passage and get lost in the wilderness
A six-part documentary series chronicles big-wave surfer Billy Kemper’s near-death experience and his path to recovery
An experimental surf film, with expressive shots of African landscapes, seascapes, and wildlife
Connecting to ecosystems through the hobbies we love enlightens us on the delicate balance between humans and nature
How Spain's Natxo González prepares his body and mind to tackle the biggest swell on earth
Switching it up was exactly what he needed
How young is too young for risk? During an Idaho river adventure that included her seven-year-old, Tracy Ross faced this question in the most harrowing way imaginable.
Michael Larsen and friends head to Confluence Park in Denver, Colorado, for an afternoon of chilled-out tubing on the river.
'Rio Rica' introduces us to Rica Fulton and the Little Snake River, a lesser known tributary of the West's renowned Yampa River
During May, UK-based photographer Nick Pumphrey challenged himself to experience the sunrise every morning in the sea
Our Sweat Science columnist takes efficiency very seriously in the backcountry. Here are his secrets for a flawless canoe trip.
'River of Return' features river guides and Shoshone-Bannock tribal members Sammy and Jessica Matsaw
In praise of sand in your eyeballs, no cell service, and pooping in a box
'Una Razon para Pescar' follows Miami tarpon fisherman Dan Diez as he explores how the sport is woven into his blood
Looking for new ways to adventure responsibly and relax this summer? Fishing might just be the perfect activity
Where to go, what gear to buy, and all the other info you need to get into fishing today
'Recycled to Ride' features New Hampshire surfer and shaper Korey Nolan building boards out of trash he's collected