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5 Workouts for Women Who Hate Exercise

Brooke Griffin | Posted 06.14.2016 | Healthy Living
Brooke Griffin

Check out these five workouts you should try to help keep you motivated. Some are even compound, full-body exercises -- and you'll be having so much fun, you won't even feel like you're working out!

Adolescent Maneuvering of Loss and Grief

Melanie Bishop | Posted 11.10.2015 | Books
Melanie Bishop

A Series of Small Maneuvers by Eliot Treichel is an exquisite debut novel about a father/daughter river trip gone horribly wrong. Classified as young adult due to the age of the protagonist, this book is entirely relevant for readers of all ages.

That Time I Got Rescued From a Lake in Colorado

Rachael Oakes-Ash | Posted 09.14.2015 | Travel
Rachael Oakes-Ash

Since arriving in Colorado a month ago I have been desperate to hike to a lake, a stunning crystal clear mountain lake. I had pictured myself stripping naked with good friends or new friends and throwing ourselves into the lake waterfalls squealing like children under the sun.

Sleeping With Wolves and Camping in a Boreal Forest: Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean (Québec, Canada)

Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson | Posted 08.27.2015 | Travel
Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson

We were not only going to a private wolf sanctuary, Aventuraid, but also to an animal wilderness park - Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien. The zoo was in a stunning boreal forest, and we looked forward to experiencing a camping, canoeing and hiking adventure.

Top Ten Reasons to Visit Quebec Provence, Canada

Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson | Posted 08.11.2015 | Travel
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Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson

Moving among wildlife and experiencing the outdoors are favorite vacation motivators for me, and knowing this adventure would be special, I invited my 12-year old granddaughter to accompany me to make for a cross-generational experience.

'Expedition of the Year!' and the Winner Is...

Richard Bangs | Posted 08.07.2015 | Travel
Richard Bangs

When first I was exploring rivers, a time ago, it was a daunting feat to plump over a 20' waterfall and survive. Now, the bar has risen to what was once incomprehensible. The current record for paddling over a waterfall, and surviving, is 189'.

America's 10 Greatest Lake Towns In The Summer

Thrillist | Posted 06.09.2016 | Travel

It's hard to argue with conventional wisdom: beaches are pretty damn great. Still, America loves an underdog, and in the geographical feature version of Rocky, the lake town is Balboa to the beach town's Creed.

5 Cures for a Long Work Week

The Outbound Collective | Posted 05.21.2015 | Travel
The Outbound Collective

These five adventures provide you with amazing daydreams and bucket list options, if not the inspiration to get you outdoors this weekend. Hit the trail, watch a sunset, take a scenic drive, and breath in some fresh air!

5 Reasons to Get Out There

Pete Jones | Posted 12.03.2014 | Travel
Pete Jones

Summer has "officially" ended (although we have all heard that before) and it was a blast. It seems to me like this was the fastest one yet due to the vast amount of traveling that occurred.

Czechs on Water - When Ahoj Means Ahoy

Olena Kagui | Posted 10.15.2014 | Travel
Olena Kagui

Experiencing what the Czechs do every summer brought me closer to understanding them and their wonderful culture. I only went for two days but some Czechs spend weeks traveling from camp to camp along the river.

America's Great Undiscovered Wilderness

Jay Schoenberger | Posted 09.01.2014 | Green
Jay Schoenberger

Looking at a map of North America you will inevitably be drawn to the bottom center of the continent where a meandering blue line broader than any other of the blue lines gracefully loops southward and empties into the Gulf of Mexico.

Who Owns Water?

Jay Schoenberger | Posted 06.25.2014 | Green
Jay Schoenberger

My brother and I paddled the rivers from source to sea in 2013 and we've made a 48-minute documentary film about the journey and the water wars, not from the perspective of talking heads, but from the voices of people like Tony who know the river.

Two Industrious Innkeepers

Kerri Allen | Posted 08.09.2014 | Travel
Kerri Allen

B&B's get mixed reviews. Some find the experience intrusive, with innkeepers acting more like nosy relatives than hospitality professionals. Others relish the history seeping out of mahogany armoires and well-thumbed "take one, leave one" paperbacks.

9 Summer Safety Tips For All Your Ocean Adventures

The Huffington Post | Clarke Reilly | Posted 05.11.2015 | Green

After the polar vortex practically wrecked our winter months and even tried to creep into spring, we all deserve a warm and fun-filled summer. But ...

A Croatian Adventure - Canoeing, Caving & Cycling!

Stefani Jackenthal | Posted 09.17.2013 | Travel
Stefani Jackenthal

I had arrived in Zagreb a week earlier to meet five fellow seasoned travelers to explore some of Croatia's incredible outdoor activities and culinary delights. We were looking forward to the stunning countryside, preserved parks and gastronomic specialties.

Sexy Vermont: 50 Shades of Green

Richard Bangs | Posted 10.08.2013 | Travel
Richard Bangs

Beyond its partially-trussed shoulders, and sensually curved back, beyond its juicy, succulent berries, Vermont is a place that emanates a pheromone that smells more pine than Axe. And yet it somehow manages to excite in ways unexpected.

Rediscovering Florida's 'First Capital'

Visit Florida | Posted 04.28.2013 | Travel
Visit Florida

A small town with a big heart. The proud residents of this burg are fond of that municipal nickname, and it's hard to dispute its accuracy.

PHOTOS: In The Hudson Valley, A Room With A View

Dr. Irene S. Levine | Posted 09.09.2012 | Travel
Dr. Irene S. Levine

A weekend getaway at Diamond Mills is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts who want to explore Saugerties and the surrounding region, which offers abundant activities year-round -- including hiking, bicycling and rock-climbing.

Adrift in Bliss: A New York Canoe Journey

FATHOM | Johnny Panessa | Posted 12.05.2011 | Travel

Guacamole, Guac for short, drove us to the canoe drop in Yaphank, Long Island, on his morning commute. He had an early call at the hospital, and we go...

AUDIO: Descending Canada's Remote Blackfeather River

Richard Bangs | Posted 12.03.2011 | Travel
Richard Bangs

As we turned our canoe over to become a makeshift dinner table, I saw the bottom scored with a matrix of scratches and dents, the scars from a season in tough waters.

My Kids Got Wet and Dirty, My Husband Dresses Like a Swedish Mountaineer and We Came Face to Face With a Moose: Why You SHOULD Try a Camping Trip!

Bonnie Fuller | Posted 05.25.2011 | Travel
Bonnie Fuller

When my family takes vacations, airlines stop flying, luggage goes missing and hotel reservations get lost. Here's why it's better to just go camping.