Hollywood is suddenly infatuated with hiking. First Reese Witherspoon in "Wild," now Robert Redford and Nick Nolte in "A Walk in the Woods" (in theaters in early September). What outdoor book should be made into a movie next? And who should star? (Photo by Frank Masi / Broad Green Pictures)
#NPS100: Day Two of our journey on the Teton Crest Trail in Grand Teton National Park. This time of year, last light is close to 9 PM—forget going to bed early, even when you’re exhausted. We ranked the tastes of our freeze-dried dinners instead.
What’s your post-hike ritual? #FindYourPark
#NPS100: It may be surprising, but the campsite spigots at the base of these iconic peaks in Grand Teton National Park provide some of the cleanest drinking water in the country. No need to pick up any bottled water on the way in—the stuff at the campsites tastes way better.
No waste in, no waste out—that’s part of the @Subaru of America, Inc. Zero Landfill Initiative to help keep the parks pristine for future visitors. Learn more at subaru.com/environment.
What are the keys to survival in a backcountry accident? Get your priorities straight with tips from a former Air Force survival instructor. http://www.backpacker.com/survival/survival-skills/survival-tips-from-an-air-force-instructor/
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