From hypothermia to heatstroke, the elements kill in myriad ways. Protect yourself with 34 tips on wind, rain, snow, and more.
Mnemonics make it easy to remember weather sayings and make weather predictions, but is there any truth behind the prediction rhymes?
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Test your knowledge of cloud types, and how you can use them to predict the weather.
You're at the trailhead and ready for rain, but how handy should you keep your shell? Watch the clouds to predict precipitation.
If you suspect you're off-track use the sun to help orient you and determine which direction is true north.
Can crickets tell you the temperature and a cup of coffee forecast storms? Here's how to become a backcountry meteorologist.
Sunny and 70 is nice, but makes for a mighty short hiking season. Hit the trail all year long by learning how to thrive–not just survive–in wet, cold, hot, and windy conditions. Here are 115 guide-approved tips.