Those of us who live in Wyoming find long road trips to be undaunting, even familiar. Spending four hours driving from one part of the state to another isn’t unusual.
The fact that we live in a time of enormous political and economic upheaval doesn’t alter the fact that now, more than ever, people are seeking ways to relieve stress and stay healthy in body, mind and spirit – and for OWAA members, the outdoors continues to be the answer.
As Americans have grown physically larger and demanded more toys, kayak dimensions have generally expanded to match their appetites.
Uncover all the best of Wyoming in one road trip.
Wyoming’s Wind River Country is a place of legends, of strong and diverse culture, and of untamed terrain. Rock climbing is a realm of heroes, with its own unique subculture with those that perform the endless dance between rock and human.
The first-ever Texas Water Safari Paddle Fest & Show will be held on Friday and Saturday, June 10 and 11 at the headwaters of the San Marcos River on Spring Lake in San Marcos, Texas.
Dysfunction in Washington has claimed another victim. On Sept. 30, Congress allowed America’s most important conservation program to expire, putting our national parks, forests, wildlife refuges and outdoor recreation areas at risk.
About 100 years ago, President Teddy Roosevelt referred to Yellowstone as a “wonderland,” and said, “The creation and preservation of such a great natural playground, in the interest of our people as a whole, is a credit to the nation.”
Located on Florida’s central east coast, Daytona Beach’s hard-packed, white-sand beaches became synonymous with automobile racing in the early 1930s.
Held each October in the spectacular valley of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, SHIFT is an annual festival that celebrates the outdoor recreation