There is quite a bit of hype surrounding the Sierra Club’s self-titled “Best Internship on Earth,” and rightfully so. Last year, one lucky winner got to travel around the U.S. and video blog his awesome adventures through the Sierra Club’s […]
Pacific Corp, the utility that owns the 4 controversial dams on the Klamath River in Northern California, agreed to decommission the dams by 2020. There was an article on Thursday in the Los Angeles Times that highlights the details of […]
This is awesome. I can’t take credit for making it or for finding it, but it’s worth watching. Even the blurb about the movie is funny: “This is the trailer for the full video, “Wet Dream Result,” a film of […]
Early days…one of the great things about rafting is that things haven’t changed all that much.
With a big storm rolling in to California (which we are quite happy about…let it rain and snow!), it’s easy to forget that just a couple days ago the weather was warm, the sun was shining, and the wildflowers were […]
The North Stanislaus River flows only during a short period in the springtime, usually in late April and May. Unlike other Class IV Sierra runs, the North Stan is a high elevation run (nearly 5000 feet at put-in), lined by […]
This is a rafting video from the Middle Fork American 2-Day Trip on July 21-22, 2007. The video is a great example of how much fun a 2-day bachelor party rafting trip can be. They were able to get an […]
Seventeen of All-Outdoors’ guides spent their day off on Monday, June 11 learning about the American River watershed at the Headwaters Institute River Rendezvous. This was a great opportunity for our guides to learn about the plants, animals, people, politics, […]