Three scientists chronicle life, death, and the last stand of the Grizzly Glacier.
A would-be thru-hiker hit the trail to change her life. She knew about the natural hazards. It was the human threat she never saw coming.
If there was a championship of local hiking, New Hampshire native JR Stockwell would be a lock for first place—except he never tells anyone about his singular adventures in the White Mountains.
When five-year-old Christian Thomas set out with his family to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail, some skeptics said he couldn’t—and shouldn’t. But like a lot of kids, he wasn’t listening.
Has the AT’s party culture gone too far? Bill Donahue joins the trail’s biggest blowout to find out.
For almost three decades, George “Billy Goat” Woodard has hiked roughly 150 days per year. Where will his journey take him next?
John Donovan disappeared in a high-elevation blizzard, leaving rescuers and friends stumped. But his backpack contained a miracle clue.
When Karl Bushby set out to hike 36,000 miles across four continents, he vowed he would only return to his native England on foot. Which could be a real problem if he ever wants to get there.
Be the first to thru-hike an exploratory route from Portland to the Pacific.
When urban trails blend with raw wilderness, the sum is much greater than the parts.