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Legends of Rafting: Bill McGinnis

Legends of Rafting: Bill McGinnis

Lessons learned from Bill McGinnis, the northern California rafting pioneer and author who helped take commercial boating from its crude roots to the polished professionalism it practices today.

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Transatlantic Kayaker Aleksander Doba is on his Way to Europe

Transatlantic Kayaker Aleksander Doba is on his Way to Europe

Doba poured a dram of whiskey into the sea—an offering to his doppelganger King Neptune—and began kayaking to Europe.

Field Tested: CampMaid’s 6-piece Dutch Oven and Outdoor Cookout Grill Set

Field Tested: CampMaid’s 6-piece Dutch Oven and Outdoor Cookout Grill Set

A few months later, we’re happy to report that the claims are true. CampMaid has created a product so versatile it could rightly be called the Dutch Army oven.

Paddling the Inside Passage with Wild Raven Adventure

Paddling the Inside Passage with Wild Raven Adventure

Long-haul canoeists Pierre Pepin and Jennifer Gosselin on the second stage of their NorAm Odyssey.

Setback for 70-year-old Transatlantic Kayaker Aleksander Doba

Setback for 70-year-old Transatlantic Kayaker Aleksander Doba

A 70-year-old grandfather attempting his third Atlantic crossing in a kayak has been turned back by heavy weather and will try again to clear the U.S. east coast later this week.

Into the Danger Zone

Into the Danger Zone

Paddlers Ross Murray-Jones and Mark Coronato describe the crux of an impressive two-month, 800-mile sea kayak circumnavigation of the Philippines island of Palawan.

Destination: Two Long-Weekend Canoe Routes on the French River, Ontario

Destination: Two Long-Weekend Canoe Routes on the French River, Ontario

To call your self a backcountry camper in Ontario, Canada, an overnight trip on the French River is a rite of passage.

Septuagenarian Aleksander Doba is Kayaking the Atlantic, Again

Septuagenarian Aleksander Doba is Kayaking the Atlantic, Again

Doba is paddling his kayak from New York to Portugal. He left the mouth of New York Harbor yesterday, May 8, after nearly being swept onto rocks in Sandy Hook, the same spit of land where his kayak wa[...]

Explore the Waccamaw

Explore the Waccamaw

Because much of the trail lies within the Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge, you’ll have no sense of your proximity to the boardwalk, roller coasters, Ferris wheel, three water parks, and condos of [...]