Hiking in the Instagram era gives your followers great memories, but can rob you of your own. Our scout takes a break from the social hamster wheel—and likes it.
A holiday in the Grand Canyon requires planning, sweat, and maybe some food sacrifices. But one Arizona family discovers the memories are worth all the turkey in the world.
This 3,111-foot high point of the Santa Monica Mountains is a Los Angeles classic for a reason.
California’s oldest state park hides champion old-growth redwoods in tight gorges and steep, mossy canyons threaded with waterfalls.
Few blazes, fewer trail angels: Canada’s Great Divide Trail offers a rare chance to go back in time and experience the birth of a thru-hike.
The Trans-Alaska Trail would be America’s wildest path—if a determined group of Alaskans can make it happen.
We delight in revealing your favorite trail, lake, or campsite—and your hidden place is better off for it.