Great African Expedition: Phase Four

Julian Monroe Fisher walks in the footsteps of the great 19th Century Victorian Explorers in seven-part expedition across Africa.

A Night at the Museum

Team RailRiders attends the 2015 Explorer’s Club Annual Dinner in New York City.

Across the One Steppe

Award winning travel journalist and adventurer Jamie Bunchuk talks about his expedition to cross Mongolia’s One Steppe Desert with Matt Traver.

Carolina Rivers Launch Event

The time has finally come! After spending much of January and February overseas in Uganda, Julian Monroe Fisher has returned home and shifted his focus towards his next expedition: the Carolina Rivers project. Julian actually launched the expedition last week on the...

Ripley’s Kenmare River Swim

Despite an uncertain weather pattern, Ripley knew the window was too good to pass up. While April 10th was slightly earlier than he had planned the swim, he knew that weather this good might not be around for weeks. Dressed in a custom wetsuit from Huub and towing a...

The Dog Ate My Tow Rope

Ben Moisen awoke one morning to find that his dog had taken a few hefty chews on his old-fashioned tow rope. Using his resourcefulness, he quickly strapped a pair of our Versatac pants to the back of the snowmobile and proceeded as usual. Could your pants support your...

Mt. Watatic: Backcountry in your Backyard

By Zach d'Arbeloff Sitting in the quiet town of Ashby, MA, Mt. Watatic is one end of the Wapack Trail and the Northern end of Massachusetts' Mid-State Trail. It is a small mountain, rising only about 600 feet to the summit, accessed off of quiet Route 119. Most of the...

ADM Yucatan Expedition 2015

This week, Advanced Diver Magazine's (ADM) non-profit wing, the ADM Exploration Foundation, will take Explorer's Club Flag #208 to the cenotes that lie beneath the surface of the Yucatan Peninsula. The expedition will explore a new, "uncharted" zone of the Yucatan's...