Conservationists are ripping Wisconsin after the state blew past its target for its first wolf hunt since 2014.
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."
REI’s ever-expanding ambitions have earned it plenty of fans—and critics—as it’s grown to dominate the outdoor industry. But many feel the retail giant has been made vulnerable by its own hubris. And now that the pandemic has rocked its fortunes, we’re faced with an uncomfortable question: What if the $3 billion co-op isn’t too big to fail?
After two days of pointed questioning, the U.S. representative from New Mexico looks all but certain to become the next Secretary of the Interior, and the first Native cabinet member in history.
Starting in May, you’ll need a permit to day-hike or backpack the Three Sisters, Mount Jefferson, and other popular zones in the Williamette and Deschutes National Forests.
Lucky turned up three days after authorities called off the ground search for Josh Hall.
Run by the St. Louis-based organization Black People Who Hike, the #OurStory series will air three times a week through Black History Month.
In order to limit crowds and enforce social distancing, Zion will require riders on the park’s shuttle to reserve tickets.
Starting on February 8, Yosemite will cap visitor numbers by requiring day-use permits, and reservations for this year's annual spectacle are expected to sell out.
Fallen trees and heavy snow will keep Yosemite National Park shuttered until "at least" February 1.
Proclamation could be first step to restoring national monuments to their original sizes.
With Covid cases hitting all-time highs, the nonprofit is still urging thru-hikers to stay home.
After years of demonstrations and congressional battles, the sale of oil drilling leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge finally went ahead on January 6—and almost no one bit.
A new initiative launching this week seeks to create a program to fund outdoor recreational and educational activities for underserved youth around the United States.