Backpacking by yourself unlocks a powerful wilderness experience. If you’re scared to solo, you’re on the right track.
Kayak to pocket beaches and Gulf islands in south Florida.
Use these proven exercises to get in the best hiking shape of your life.
Winter camping is super rewarding, but convincing others to join you isn't always easy. It's best to have a few tricks.
In the 1970s, crews finished carving a tribute to the Confederacy into Stone Mountain. Fifty years later, it's time to scrape it off.
Join on us March 5, at 3:30 p.m. MT for a conversation with Heather "Anish" Anderson about endurance, thru-hiking, and her new book "Mud, Rocks, Blazes: Letting Go on the Appalachian Trail."
Why do we still run our public lands like it’s 1920?
The Western U.S. is rife with forests and deserts that you can't visit. A new law could fix that—if we're willing to fight for it.
Dominion Energy suffers another setback in its quest to run a natural gas pipeline under the AT
Photographer Bart Smith, 58, has hiked nearly every mile of every National Scenic and National Historic Trail designated under the National Trails System Act. We caught up with him before his latest outing—a 3,700-mile trip on the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail—to talk about the hiker mind, trail magic, and seeing the elephant.
After decades of conflict, it’s finally the right time to backpack in the Colombian Andes.
Is ice-bikepacking the cutting edge of adventure? Probably not. But being first is always worth the effort.
Register for our 24-hour thru-hike AT in a Day on August 20, 2016 and be part of something huge.
For long-haul hikers, time has a way of putting things into perspective.
This screw-top bottle will keep you hydrated and on-course.