Spend your life on the trail, and one thing's for sure: You'll come away with plenty of hiking stories. From survival stories to personal essays to stories to adventure tales from the Pacific Crest Trail and Appalachian Trail, this is where you'll find backpacker's favorite yarns.
Editor-in-Chief Dennis Lewon reflects on an alpine education.
In an age where noise pollution is omnipresent, Global Oneness Project’s new film urges viewers to learn how to listen again.
"The healing is going to start with the women. In indigenous culture, women are a huge part, and it’s got to start with us out on the land."
While thousands of people flock to U.S. national parks each year in hopes of seeing a bear, spotting one out in its element is just another day in the office for some employees.
America’s next long trail should cross the Great Plains, says the path’s pioneer, Steve Myers. Will hikers share his vision?
In the Polar Bear Capital of the World, where encounters between animals and people are a fact of life, a 50-year-old program keeps both safe.
Skip the dog pictures: these nine ‘grammers focus on women-led outdoor adventure.
With snow totals in the western US bleak, seasonal water sources are drying out—and that’s bad news for the backpackers who rely on them.