Record fires ripped through the western U.S. in summer 2020. Could we be in for a repeat?
A new survey from the Outdoor Industry Association shows that newcomers to the outdoors during the pandemic boom were younger, more female, and more racially diverse than in the past.
Feeling adventurous? Take on the seven-and-a-half mile hike to Panamint City, an abandoned village deep within Death Valley’s Surprise Canyon.
When a National Guard helicopter hauled the famous Magic Bus off of Alaska’s Stampede Trail in 2020, it may have been the end of the vehicle's time as a destination for hikers. But a museum in Fairbanks is working to keep the story alive.
Fallen trees and heavy snow will keep Yosemite National Park shuttered until "at least" February 1.
The New River Gorge became the United States’ 63rd national park with the passage of the year-end omnibus spending bill.
After four years of Trump, U.S. environmental policymakers are about to get new marching orders. Are we in for a seismic shift, or just a course correction?
Hit hard by coronavirus and historic wildfires, California needs visitors to ensure its state parks recover.