Next Adventure staffer Adam spent the past week paddling the frigid waters of Alaska and relied on the Immersion Research Supermodel Dry Suit to protect him from the elements. After testing the product on his trip, Adam reviewed the dry suit to enlighten the masses. Read more to find out if this is the dry suit for you!
Next Adventure staffer Adam was recently in the damp rivers of Alaska on a multi day paddling excursion. How did he keep his essentials dry you ask? The Sea to Summit Compression Dry Sack. Read more to find out why this dry sack is great for paddling excursions or anywhere you need to save space.
Next Adventure staffer Michael has begun his epic trip to paddle in Nova Scotia! While there, Michael will be advancing his paddling certifications, paddling in rad areas along the east coast, and many other shenanigans. Read more to keep up with Michael including photos and videos from his trip!
Are you looking for a compact, lightweight pocket knife for all of your slicing needs? Then read Next Adventure staffer Dan's review of the CRKT Drifter G10 knife which is just that. Read more for details and to find out if this is the knife for you!
Luxury and the outdoors are no longer mutually exclusive thanks to the Wilderness Technology TPY Air Mattress. Next Adventure staffer DK recently took this bad boy on a car camping trip to Sisters, Oregon and is beyond stoked on how amazing his sleep was. Read more to find out about this amazing product.
Next Adventure staffer Adam has been playing around in the fun, tippy Zephyr 16 and surfing it around the Oregon Coast. Adam delivers his review of this fun touring kayak that is more for intermediate to advanced paddlers. Read more for details to find out if this is the kayak for you!
Is your current gear too heavy and preventing you from enjoying the scenic views of the backcountry? Our Lightweight Backpacking Clinic is good for anyone that hefts a pack to their shoulders: day-hikers, weekend backpackers, and long-distance thru-hikers can all learn something to lighten their load!
Pacific Crest Trail Days was bigger and better than ever this year. A record number of people attended, there were more sponsors and booths, and more thru-hikers at the event than ever before. Summery Columbia Gorge weather made for a perfect weekend.