Love to hike? Thank your public lands. From national parks to wildlife refuges to state forests, we're paying homage to the wilderness that backpackers call home. Learn about the best hiking country in America—and what you can do to protect it.
America's biggest park is almost six times the size of Yellowstone and has next to no trails. Make the most of your trip there.
Hit these endangered trails to vote with your feet and send a message that protection pays off.
In Arizona, the National Park Service and the Navajo government are building a better way to run a park.
The U.S. may have pioneered land protection, but Scotland leads the charge when it comes to accessing wild terrain. Can we learn from one of the most hikeable countries on Earth?