This portable, packable device will repel mosquitoes no matter where you take it
Make the most of your precious weekend freedom. These hikes deliver epic views and fun to all types of time-crunched hikers.
From climate change to drilling and mining, various threats promise to wipe out what’s best about America’s 12 most endangered trails. Hike them now to admire ancient glacial ice, hear howling wolves, splash at pristine beaches, and admire ancient art galleries.
These difficult hikes will challenge you no matter who you are.
You could cast to lunkers from alongside the road—but hiking to wild streams and lakes pushes the bliss factor even higher. Outfit your next angling mission with these gear picks.
Hike from St. Mary Lake to McDonald Lake through some of the Lower 48's best bear country.
Learn more about what goes on beneath the surface by casting a line.
The only thing better than Yellowstone in summer? Yellowstone in winter. Picture herds of bison and elk, low-hanging steam shrouding evergreen forests, gem-hued pools blazing amid the snow-dusted landscape—and savoring it all in solitude.
You can now discover the other Caribbean on the Waitukubuli National Trail. But should you?
Our scout hits the show floor and rounds up the coolest new outerwear hitting the market next year.
Comfy on the ups yet powerful during descents, the redesigned Quadrant (and women’s Swift) conquers challenging terrain.
This is the everyman’s Dynafit: It’s both warmer and more affordable than the company’s 2011 Editors’ Choice Award-winning TLT.
Few boots in this price range do a better job of balancing weight savings with downhill performance.
Though it skis like a resort boot, the Quest is light enough for short tours.
With a generous range of motion and a super-sticky sole, this boot excels at long ascents and rocky scrambles.
With an unusually breathable liner and comfy walk mode, this boot facilitates long tours.
It’s the closest you’ll get to an alpine boot that can really tour.