Photo Gallery: Patagonia’s Glacial Lakes by Sea Kayak – Exploring the magic of Chilean Patagonia’s glacial lakes and fjords before it’s too late

My toes were frozen from hours of lining in the near-freezing water. My hands were cut and bleeding from rope burn and scrambles over sharp boulders. My nose was burning in the sun despite white zinc across my skin. But beneath that was a satisfied smile. I had done it!

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A Paddler’s Guide to Super Bowl City   – Minneapolis, home to Super Bowl LII and some of the world’s best urban paddling

BY JAMES HANCOCK YOU MIGHT BE A PADDLER IF … say, you touched down at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport arguing with your fellow passenger about whether Tom Brady or that other guy was going to throw for more passing yards; or if you only showed up for the Ro-Tel dip and Kitten Bowl; or if

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Journey to Chiribiquete, Sistine Chapel of the Amazon – Thousands of years ago, indigenous people painted mythic stories on the stone escarpments of Chiribiquete, deep in the Colombian Amazon. In November 2017 four adventurers, three Poles and an Irishman, set out to fathom its mysteries.

Thousands of years ago, indigenous people painted mythic stories on the stone escarpments of Chiribiquete, deep in the Colombian Amazon. In November 2017 four adventurers, three Poles and an Irishman, set out to fathom its mysteries.

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Destination: Remote Canoeing in Ontario’s Crown Land – Pristine paddling between the parks, Crown Land offers royal adventure via logging roads

Between Quetico, Woodland Caribou and Wabakimi is Crown Land, a paddler’s playground replete with so many lakes and rivers that many are still unnamed. Paddling on these bodies might leave you wondering if you’re the first to to disturb their seemingly untouched waters, but that doesn’t mean they’re inaccessible.

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5 Tips for Flying with Your Kayak – A guide to getting on the plane with your whitewater kayak

Words by Aaron Mann Illustrations by Querine Wegman As airlines continue to impose stricter and stricter baggage restrictions, flying with your whitewater kayak has become almost as difficult as carrying a firearm in your checked baggage. The number of air carriers that accept kayaks has dwindled in recent years, leaving the jet-setting boater with limited options. If

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