It’s February, which means you’d better start reserving campsites for August now. We have a few tips for you.
Through thick and thin, health and injury, long slogs and zero days, your trail family will be there for you.
Don't let your water bottle turn into ice on the trail. Keep it flowing with these tips.
Stay upright no matter how icy or snowy the trail conditions get this winter. The key: carefully select what you're wearing on your feet.
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In 5 months, a new class of thru-hikers will start the trip of a lifetime. If you hope to be one of them, there are a few things you should start doing now.
Rushing rivers pose one of the backcountry’s biggest threats. Do you know how to cross safely—or when it’s best to not cross at all?
One hiker reflects on the backpacking lessons she learned during a particularly memorable first overnight.