Whether you have a day, a weekend, or a whole week, there's a hike for you in Glacier National Park.
If you can get along in a two-person tent, you can get along anywhere.
Bears don't just call North America home. Branch out and hike their homes in Asia, South America, the Arctic, and beyond.
The miles are low and the rewards are sky-high on these perfect first hikes.
Already itching to head into the backcountry? These overnights are accessible way earlier than the high country classics, with views just as good.
There's plenty of options when summiting the highest point on the country's eastern seaboard, from multi-peak loops to quick out-and-backs.
Home to the rarest pine trees in the country plus one of the last salt marshes in southern California, this wilderness refuge amidst an urban sea is a paradise for hikers.
Embrace the exposure when you take your summer adventures to the crest of the high country.
Catch the best of the early season show on these routes across the U.S.
Beat the heat by hitting these desert trails early in the year.
The 9.5-mile Bright Angel Trail drops from the rim of the Grand Canyon to the Colorado River through some of the continent's most iconic terrain.