June 2019

Lanier Lap: 100-Hour Paddle

Josh Forester is attempting a record-setting 400-mile, 100-hour paddle around Georgia’s largest lake Have there ever been similar lake circumnavigations?… Read More

Rise of the Local Park

Blue Ridge Communities Look Inward for Access to the Outdoors When Lorenzo Rodriguez arrived in Big Stone Gap, Va. from… Read More

The Big Cut

Trump’s New Timber Rule Threatens the Future of Our National Forests Be it salamander, newt, frog or toad, Asheville biologist… Read More

Bad Boys of Whitewater

Meet the Long Creek Gangsters A thick mist hung over the Chattooga River as the sun rose, bringing the home… Read More

Blood in the Snow

Knoxville’s first climbers to summit Everest help save a Sherpa along the way Ang Dawa Sherpa peeked his head into… Read More

Dead Bears on the Highway

Bear collisions with vehicles are increasing, especially in places like Interstate 40 adjacent to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. What… Read More

You Are Being Poisoned

There are known carcinogens in your frying pan, dental floss, and favorite outdoor jacket. Documentary lead Bucky Bailey fights for… Read More

Zen and the Art of Winning Leadville

Two years after breaking her leg and a doctor telling her she had to quit running, this Zen student took… Read More

Hometown Heroes

Locals reveal their favorite spots for in-town adventure It’s five o’clock on a Wednesday afternoon. You want to get outside… Read More

Urban Paddling

When you think about paddling in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, rivers like the Gauley, James, Nantahala, and Chattooga get a… Read More

June 2019: Urban Adventures

2019 Paddling Guide Features Urban Paddling You don’t have to travel far to squeeze in a day on the water.… Read More

The Fittest Man in the World is Still At It

Erwan Le Corre likes to talk about spearfishing. He can go into detail about fighting the currents and the challenge… Read More