Do you ever have the urge to step off the edge and fly like a bird?
How can we conserve South Dakota's Badlands?
Should secret wildernesses be revealed? Utah's Anasazi artifact hotbed Cedar Mesa begs the question.
When our firstborn son left us, the word "burial" was never uttered.
We know the strength that courses through flesh and bone when standing at a trailhead, ready to set out and practice our primitive art.
"With some eagerness, and some anxiety, and some misgiving, we enter the canyon below?." -John Wesley Powell, August 13, 1869
The best trips are littered with mistakes, frustration, and, if a river called the "Little Misery" runs through it, boot-sucking mud.
When you have park visitors asking such questions as, "The animals aren't really wild, are they?" you have a recipe for disaster.
Here's our guide to environmental etiquette while horsepacking.
Out of mistakes, miscues, and unexpected turns in the trail, we find the perfect trip.