Wales: The land of song, with deep valleys, hills, mountains, and stunning scenery. Its coastline stretches for more than 1,600 miles (2575 km), so it’s little wonder that watersports play a huge part in Wales’ culture.
Golf took a backseat for one night at the famed rolling greens of the ICC golf course, Edina, Minn., for the launch of Save Our Monarchs Foundation. Held on a beautiful Wednesday afternoon overlooking the lush grounds, the monarchs … Continue reading →
Japan sits directly on one edge of the earthshaking “Ring of Fire.” However, there is a positive point to this hazardous location. Japan is a steeply mountainous country that is awash with what are arguably the best hot springs in … Continue reading →
Want to have more fun on your upcoming paddling trips? It’s all about building a good base level of endurance so you can go longer and work harder. Don’t get sucked into ads for pills, power bars, drinks and other … Continue reading →
A trip through the Grand Canyon on the Colorado River is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for most people, complete with big-water rapids, soaring red rock walls and a near-endless collection of hidden wonders along the way.
Colorado is not only the place where beauty and culture meet; it’s also an overflowing cornucopia of outdoor activity. The mountains are lofty peaks that frame the heavens for hikers and bikers, but it’s also the home of a world-class … Continue reading →
The same thing happens to me every spring. The ice leaves the river, and I get so excited that I’m out paddling hard for the whole day. And then I pay for it with sore muscles for a week. Even … Continue reading →
Stretching nearly 700 miles (1127 km) through northern Wyoming and southern Montana, the Yellowstone River is the longest undammed river in the lower 48 of the United States. As a result, it’s also among the wildest waterways in America, twisting, … Continue reading →