You don’t need to tackle the Iditarod to enjoy this fast and fun winter adventure.
A kayaker struggles to stay afloat when a tangle of trees pins her boat.
Circle a glacial lake, see a waterfall, and explore a forgotten trail.
Sleep in a lake-dotted basin and scale an 11,000-foot peak.
Americas leading advocate of wilderness silence shows the way to Mt. Rainier National Parks quietest corner. Plus: 9 more campsites with life-list listening.
Wade through wildflowers, listen to wolves, and escape the crowded trade routes in this secluded corner of the park.
Staying warm is easier than getting warm: Plan ahead.
Think like a desert dweller to stay cool and comfortable.
In the wettest conditions, learn to create and maintain a personal bubble of dry space.
Read the terrain and use anchors to stay grounded.
Sunny and 70 is nice, but makes for a mighty short hiking season. Hit the trail all year long by learning how to thrive–not just survive–in wet, cold, hot, and windy conditions. Here are 115 guide-approved tips.
Solve winter routefinding challenges with these expert tips.