Traveling to the Red Rock Swimming Hole, on the Santa Ynez River, and to Nojuqui Falls on the 101.
Creativity is always important, especially when it comes to food after a long hike.
It's week six of 100 Days Outdoors and my definition of ‘clean’ is rapidly changing.
Taking ‘Car Camping’ to the next level
From white water to granite handholds to pine tree hangs—Leaving Montana wasn’t easy.
A few weeks into this hundred day summer road-trip and I didn’t need to read far into people’s expressions upon meeting me: it was time for a rinse.
Shorts, T-shirts, and… Skis?
If you’re planning on spending a night on the shores of Stanley Lake, make sure you bring and extra pair of dry socks.
Follow this "ramblin' man" as he spends 100 days in the great outdoors.