Craving backcountry snow adventures? First, use this primer to learn how to identify and avoid slide-prone terrain. Then decide if you need an avalanche safety course to maximize your winter fun.
Stay warm and cozy with these perfect puffies.
From cell phones to GPS devices to headlamps, rechargeable electronics are becoming increasingly common on the trail. Stay powered with this strategy guide.
Hike the desert or sail the Indian Ocean with these great (but sometimes cringe-inducing) flicks.
The 18,479-acre Shining Rock Wilderness protects an East Coast paradise of waterfalls, mountaintop views, and remote trails.
Get away from civilization in these accessible wild places.
Taking a dog on a bear-frequented trail heightens your risks. Stay out of trouble with these 5 tips for hikers with canine companions.
The crowds in Colorado are growing, but you can still find solitude in this quintessential Rocky Mountain hideaway.
While most national parks cut services, it will be (mostly) business as usual at the Big Ditch.
Whatever you celebrate, do it up different.
With a Garmin fēnix 5X Plus, you’ll feel like you can do anything.
The only thing better than hiking in one fall foliage hot spot? Hiking in two. Or three—or four. Use this itinerary to stage a road trip through New Hampshire’s White Mountains to reach the area’s most underrated treks for fall color.
Mountains, lakes, and sunshine: this route has everything a hiker could want.
We’re all for tagging summits, but the best way to experience a peak? Hike around it. You’ll see a mountain’s many faces on a single, peak-circling loop. These 14 trips circumnavigate the best of the best.
For Spring 19, outdoor electronics put more power into smaller spaces to streamline tech-packed adventure.
As a gateway to the Chugach National Forest, a trip to Cordova is a primer in hiking southern Alaska
Enjoy the best of the National Scenic Area—and avoid the fire damage—with these tips and trips.