Rangers remind visitors to stay off thermal features.
Energy company suffers setback in crusade to tunnel under the Appalachian Trail
Temporary closure and hunt aims to protect bighorn sheep.
Follow along on one of our biggest trips of the year.
The search for Sreenivas “Sree” Mokkapati took a tragic turn last week when a SAR volunteer died after becoming separated from his partner.
A new initiative wants to bring European-style no-tent backpacking to the woods of New York.
Until January 4, the agency is taking nominations for land to add to its priority list.
Grandma Joy is an inspiration to anyone who's ever dreamed about hitting the road.
Southbound quotas and restrictions on hiking through the Sierra will both be coming to the Pacific Crest Trail next year.
Nearly a month after announcing it would allow off-road vehicles in Utah's parks, the National Park Service announced on Friday that it would maintain the rule banning the machines.
Fat Bear Week may be over, but there are plenty more fat bears to catch.
The brand is set to return in late October.
The nation's highest judiciary will decide whether a new pipeline can cross the AT as planned.
Will “Akuna” Robinson is an Iraq veteran, a thru-hiker, and now, one of the few African-American backpackers to complete the country’s three most famous long trails.
According to a new report from the federal government, outdoor recreation accounted for for $427.2 billion, or 2.2 percent, of the United States' GDP.
An attempt to rescue a bobcat in Colorado is the latest instance of animal lovers doing more harm than good.