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Shattered on the Pacific Crest Trail

When they wake up broke, broken, and far from home, how do thru-hikers find the will to go another mile?

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It's Time to Stop Managing Our Wildlands for Hunters First

Why do we still run our public lands like it’s 1920?

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George Atiyeh Was the Hero the Forest Needed

The 72-year-old activist, who passed away last month, used mining claims, scenic flights, hiking trails, and occasionally outright confrontation to protect the Opal Creek Wilderness.

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Editor’s Note: Take a Hike to the Polls

The results of this fall’s election could change the outdoors for a long time. Make a plan and make your voice heard.

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Wolves Won't Wait

In November, Colorado will make history when it lets voters decide whether to reintroduce gray wolves. But the discovery of the state’s first confirmed pack in nearly a century is casting an old debate in a new light.

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How a Jogging Stroller Saved My Outdoor Life

Being a new parent is hard, but being able to share your favorite thing with your baby makes it a little easier.

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Ask a Thru-Hiker: How Do I Deal With My Post-Hike Depression?

Getting back to "real life" after a long hike can be rough. But if you feel low after coming home, you're not alone.

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Ron Griswell Has a Message for Black College Students: The Outdoors Are For You Too

The founder of HBCUs Outside is using gear libraries and hiking meetups to tear down barriers in the outdoor industry.