After a cross-country road trip, Earl Hunter Jr. made it his business to break down racial lines in the outdoors.
Justices allow permit to stand in 7-2 decision.
Search claimed at least five lives over the past decade.
AM stations travel longer distances, making them a better bet for survival situations when you need weather information in the wilderness or are trying to pick up faraway stations in an emergency. A good AM radio will not only have a solid speaker and reliable reception, it will also have handy features like presets and the ability to pick up weather radio broadcasts.
Rocky Mountain is among the national parks requiring visitors to book an entry time in advance in order to fight the spread of COVID-19.
Using a wet wipe to clean up in the backcountry is quick and refreshing, but most brands on the market don’t break down, instead becoming another contribution to landfills. These four biodegradable wet wipes are different: With enough time, they simply break down and disappear.
Get a little bit of privacy wherever you decide to set up camp with these pop-up camping shower tents. You can use them with a portable shower or a camp toilet. They also make fantastic changing rooms at the beach. Best of all, unlike a traditional tent, these convenient shelters fold up in seconds for easy transport.
A clip from the National Park Service shows coyotes ambling down park roads and herds of deer grazing in meadows.
Grand Canyon is the largest national park in the country to remain open, but local health officials say its time for the park to shut its gates.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, improving air quality in our wild spaces could be a vision of a better future.
Get away from it all with this live nature cam.
With resorts closed because of COVID-19, an unprecedented number of skiers are swapping their downhill gear for an alpine touring setup. And that's a problem.
A handful of major parks have shuttered, while many more have modified operations.
"It is clear that anyone traveling the PCT and resupplying in communities along the trail represents a serious risk to others on the trail and people in those communities."
In Utah, health officials and hospital executives are trying to keep visitors away from national parks even as the federal government makes it easier to go.
Citing risk of spreading coronavirus, CEO Sandra Marra urges hikers to postpone or cancel their 2020 hikes.
As COVID-19 spread across the US, the ATC is limiting group sizes on trail projects, shutting down its visitor center, and asking hikers who contract the virus to contact them.
Environmentalists and native groups attack move to open up former monument lands for drilling and mining.
Temporary closure and hunt aims to protect bighorn sheep.
Follow along on one of our biggest trips of the year.
Southbound quotas and restrictions on hiking through the Sierra will both be coming to the Pacific Crest Trail next year.
Fat Bear Week may be over, but there are plenty more fat bears to catch.
The nation's highest judiciary will decide whether a new pipeline can cross the AT as planned.
An attempt to rescue a bobcat in Colorado is the latest instance of animal lovers doing more harm than good.
Florida wildlife officials are asking for the public's help in figuring out what's disabling wild cats in the state.
New rules allow government to share economic impacts of listing, eliminates protections for threatened species.
Former concessionaire Delaware North wanted $50 million for intellectual property.
They don’t call it Elephant Hill for nothing. Tackle a rugged, 11-mile day hike with some of East Africa’s most iconic fauna (if you’re lucky) and support clean water projects in the Kenyan mountains.