If you want a swath of stunning wilderness all to yourself, book a trip to Lake Clark, says our 62 Parks columnist of the 37th stop on her quest to visit all the parks in the U.S.
Join L. Blount as she pushes her boundaries and tries an Oru Kayak for her first time
With cruise traffic set to be at an all-time low this summer, you’ll be able to have the 49th state all to yourself
Traveling with your pod? Buy out these places for private stays.
The Platypus GravityWorks 4.0 is the best filter of its kind
Five campsites with views worth the drive
Make the most of the warm days with these river and lake essentials
Wade Holland teams up with pro kayaker Brad Ludden to share hilarious tips on how to train for the spring runoff—without leaving home
Anna Levesque uses yoga to slow down and fight self-doubt
These kayak, sailboat, and yacht itineraries have all the makings of a post-pandemic remedy: wide-open space and time with friends
With a résumé full of wins at kayaking's most prestigious competitions and historic first descents of the planet's deadliest whitewater, Nouria Newman is considered one of the greatest paddlers around. So why can't she turn her passion into a sustainable career?
A week of running rivers around Voss, Norway, with French kayaking sensation Nouria Newman and her buddies
New Zealand's South Island is undoubtedly one of the world's most beautiful places, where golden beaches and dense rainforests border the snow-capped Southern Alps and adventures are endless. But for those of us who can't pick up and move to Christchurch, here's a definitive guide on how to make the most of your time there.
Extend that layover—these megacities have plenty of outdoor activities within an hour or two of downtown
These shorts are a summertime staple for editorial assistant Claire Hyman. The quick-drying, DWR-coated fabric is ideal for paddle sessions, sweaty bike rides, and lazy days at the beach. There’s nothing subtle about the look of these shorts, and that’s why we love them.
Expedition kayaker Scott Lindgren knocked off first descents of the most remote and dangerous rivers on earth, from the Himalayas to the Sierra. He paddled with an aggro attitude and saw weakness as an unforgivable trait in himself and others. But when a brain tumor started to derail his athletic performance and threaten his life, everything changed.
'Wild Olympics' is a tribute to the pristine rivers of Washington's Olympic Peninsula
In 2018, New Zealand–based photographer Mike Dawson and his two kayaking partners dodged crocodiles, land mines, and torrential rains to paddle wild rivers in a remote corner of Africa
From We Are Hungry Productions and NRS, 'The River's Call' documents a whitewater kayaking adventure on the Apurímac River in Peru