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Stowable craft that can handle whatever the water deals you

It’s the perfect wilderness vehicle for children who are too small to get far on their own but too heavy to carry

Our Sweat Science columnist takes efficiency very seriously in the backcountry. Here are his secrets for a flawless canoe trip.

So-called "flush drownings" lack an obvious cause like getting trapped underwater. Researchers now believe water temperature is a key factor.

Don't let your insecurities stand in the way of what you want to do

This film will leave you seeking out your next adventure—and it just might be on the shores of Hawaii

Taking a tiny human floating seems intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be

Peter Heller’s latest novel puts two college friends in a canoe on Canada's Maskwa River, paddling toward a struggle against nature and other humans

Say what you will about the movie itself, but Sandra Bullock's character has apocalypse-wear nailed down

A rare convergence of events turned a wildfire in the Boundary Waters into a massive burn. Two campers were right in its path.

The Passage, from Day’s Edge Productions, is a story about a family’s quest to canoe the entirety of the inside passage.

With a hydration sleeve, clamshell zipper pocket, and rescue-compatible features, this is the future of PFDs

This may just replace the century-old portage pack

An Outside investigation of sexual harassment in outdoor workplaces, where unwanted advances, discrimination, and assault are a frequent and destructive occurrence for far too many women

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