Travel stories about adventure in the great outdoors, including backpacking, camping, paddling and hiking all over the world.
Arkansas wilderness is calling By Taylor Owens Arkansas has been coined “the Natural State,” which is all too fitting considering the fact that the state is home to several different natural features, rivers, and outdoor recreational activities. Outdoorsmen from all over come to Arkansas to experience the rumbling rivers, impressive mountain biking trails, and hidden […]
Charlemont, on the Vermont Border, Offers whitewater, Ziplines and outdoor adventure By Brian Gage Known as the recreational capital of New England, Charlemont, Massachusetts is home to some of the most exciting outdoor activities in the entire region. Charlemont is surrounded by the rolling Berkshire Mountains and neighbored by the Deerfield River, providing it with […]
You won’t regret trying out one of the wondrous water activities on Japan’s Kinu River whether you’re a local or just passing through By Brian Gage If you’re an avid adventurer stationed in Tokyo who finds the hum-drum of daily city life exhausting and drab, the nearby Kinugawa (literally translating to Angry Demon River) provides […]
Massachusetts is home to several national parks that range from the sandy Cape Cod National Seashore to historical sites at Minute Man National Park
By Shelley Seale Guatemala pyramid temple attracts tourists We walked down the dirt path, no sounds except that of our footfall and the birds calling in the tree canopy high above us. The jungle was clearly master of the land here in Guatemala, and its untamed force was making its inexorable way toward once again […]
Tips on Planning a Family Diving Vacation To Hawaii and the Top Dive Sites By Tom Beck When choosing a diving vacation destination, it is important to find a location that has dive sites to suit every member of your family, whether they are beginner or advanced level divers. Additionally, it is important to find […]
Joe Wilkins made over fifty trips in remote regions of the Brooks Range. Check out his book, “Gates of the Arctic, Twelve Years of Arctic Exploration”