Three scientists chronicle life, death, and the last stand of the Grizzly Glacier.
Travel postponed? Live vicariously through these adventurous sagas instead.
Kermode bears, British Columbia's famous white bears, may be in decline as salmon populations drop. What do we lose if one of the world’s most striking animals disappears?
A globetrotter reflects on a place that stopped him in his tracks.
It’s tough to pick our favorite place in New Zealand, but this stretch of coast is all-time.
Sometimes, your search for adventure leads you to your own backyard.
From childhood trips to sailing voyages, this wave-licked chunk of sandstone has never lost its magic for me.
Hike the desert or sail the Indian Ocean with these great (but sometimes cringe-inducing) flicks.
Get away from it all with this live nature cam.
Goodbye, spring, summer, fall, and winter. Backpackers need new seasons that help us understand what actually matters: daylight.
She came to the US to hike the best long trails it had to offer. Now, the first known Mexican national to finish the Triple Crown wants to bring the thru-hiking experience back home.
The Outdoor Advocacy Project wants to give every hiker the tools to advocate for the environment—and today, on the last day of the US outdoor industry's biggest trade show, it's hitting the streets.
These ten point-to-point treks pack the payoffs of a thru-hike, but they're hikeable in a week.
Nearly a century ago, Peter Parsons made long trail history before there were long trails.
We do need to prioritize the parks, but not among each other, writes former National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis.
From a hermit’s three-decade sojourn in the wilderness to a geographer’s dive into the racial history of the outdoors, these titles bring a new perspective to the adventure canon.
National Parks may be America’s best idea, but we’ve created more preserves than we can take care of. It’s time to rightsize the system.
Catalans are famously good hosts. I'll drink to that.
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.
An accidental litterer receives their penance in this edition of Leave No Trace Confessional.
Hunters fund conservation through taxes and tag fees. As their numbers decline, it’s time for hikers to step up.
Ryan, Rebecca, and Skyla Means's quest for solitude turns into a decade-long effort to visit the most remote location in every state—and learn if true quiet still exists.
Turn off the light for a trek you'll never forget.
South Koreans hike in droves. And they like it that way. An American who craves solitude joins the party.
For early thru-hikers, steep hills and long distances were only part of the challenge.
Cutting off of a muddy trail may seem harmless, but it has real consequences.