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Folding kayaks give you a double workout—but they’re worth it
If you’re an explorer with a small apartment and a car with no roof rack, a kayak that folds up origami-style is an idea worth floating.
The cooking gear you need—and don’t need—for a camping trip
Travel light and still enjoy great food, coffee, and booze with these camping-kitchen tips.
4 ways to keep your sleeping bag dry—no matter what the outdoors have in store
Whitewater rafting got nothing on a good compression sack.
The story behind our new national park and its unique legacy
New River Gorge in West Virginia stands out with its hunting, fishing, and exploring opportunities.
The 8 most exciting sports and outdoor products of 2020
They’re the Best of What’s New.
Glide into a new roller skater’s heart with these cool gifts
For your favorite person on eight wheels.
The Great American Outdoors Act proves that grassroots advocacy and democracy still work
With dedicated funds from Congress, we can start to fix our national parks and set aside new green spaces for wildlife and public uses.
A beginner’s guide to freshwater fishing
Choose the right bait and strategy to nab common species like rainbow trout and walleye.
The best proven way to make your leather boots last
Shower them with love, attention, and bit of baking soda.
Expert-approved ways to feed all your favorite birds
The cardinals and hummingbirds will appreciate it, as will the hawks and the crows.