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5 Unique Ways To "Biohack Your Fitness" For The Summer

By Natali Zollinger Summer is officially here and with it’s endless sunny days to paddle those waterways it’s time to start thinking about your fitness. With not much time to spare, we wanted to help you jumpstart your body towards “getting in and staying in shape” all summer long with 5 unique tips...

Roaming With Rover

By: Jennifer Dawson Those of us who love the outdoors likely also have a pooch or two that love the outdoors as well, but often taking your dog with you on a trip – especially one that includes, hiking, camping, and boating– can seem daunting. It’s no surprise that 39%...

Save The Salamanders: A Call To Action For The Outdoors Community

By: Jennah Stillman As humans, our adventurous desire is what pushes us to explore landscapes, waters, and witness the wonders of this planet that we call home. We discover our favorite places and the ways we can pursue our passions, enjoy pastimes and find purpose in nature. Whether you choose...

Family Vacations In The Great Outdoors

By: Jenny James Family Vacations In The Great Outdoors 35% of Americans prioritize family vacations with just over half of these families planning a trip to enjoy the natural beauty of one of America’s national parks. With vacation days in short supply and the increasing need to get away from...

530 KM On Rio Maranon

By Bethany Hughes “It is not enough to fight for the land; it is even more important to enjoy it. While you can. While it’s still here.” -Edward Abbey Before it was called the Amazon the largest river by volume in the world was known as the Río Marañón (translation: cashew)....

Gone Sailing

Denis Dowling and Allie Medeiros are no strangers to grand adventure. Collectively, they have accrued over 150,000 nautical miles. They’ve sailed the North Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Pacific Coast of Central America and Mexico, and Denis has crossed the Atlantic Ocean eight times....