Why do we still run our public lands like it’s 1920?
The Western U.S. is rife with forests and deserts that you can't visit. A new law could fix that—if we're willing to fight for it.
Energy company suffers setback in crusade to tunnel under the Appalachian Trail
James L. Jordan will be transferred to a federal psychiatric facility for treatment. He was being held in connection with the murder of one thru-hiker and attempted murder of another.
After decades of conflict, it’s finally the right time to backpack in the Colombian Andes.
What would you do if your doctor delivered the scariest two words in the English language? Andy "Astro" Lyon went for a hike.
Is ice-bikepacking the cutting edge of adventure? Probably not. But being first is always worth the effort.
Register for our 24-hour thru-hike AT in a Day on August 20, 2016 and be part of something huge.
For long-haul hikers, time has a way of putting things into perspective.
"Livability" is this year's buzzword for tents. Some do it by cutting weight, others by making huge tents you can stand in. Our senior editor picked out his favorites.