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Get ready for the ultimate summer on the water with these 11 trips down National Wild and Scenic Rivers.
Ideal fall spots for hiking, camping, mountain-biking--and toasting your epic day with an awarding-winning craft beer.
For these 12 hikers, local trails so inspired them that they made it their mission to open the outdoors to everyone, one mile at a time. Now let them fire you up with picks so close you can’t say no.
It was Ansel Adams's favorite park for a reason: Catch the best scenery and the best miles on these six trails.
Step into a riot of gold and red foliage less than two hours from Chattanooga on the Fiery Gizzard Trail in South Cumberland State Park, Tennessee
See unique rock formations and fall asleep to a cascading river on this 3-day trip.
When the apples fall, the cider flows. Reward yourself with fresh brews near these three hikes.
The 18,479-acre Shining Rock Wilderness protects an East Coast paradise of waterfalls, mountaintop views, and remote trails.
The climbs on the Black Forest Trail are serious—but then again, so is the scenery.
Find quiet eastern forests and expansive vistas on this two-day, 21.8-mile trek through the Pemigewasset Wilderness.
Private lake views and a show are a good enough reason to tackle this 3-day trek.
Forest meets prairie meets river in this northern haven.
Explore the alpine for endless vistas, mountains galore, and a touch of class.
Float back in time on the Klarälven River.
You don't always need to go far to go big. Case in point: these stunning hikes, all within a day trip of a major metropolitan area.
The Ironwood Forest is a true redemption story. Home to arroyos, plains, foothills, and mountains, the monument’s coarse and well-aerated soil allows roots to dig deep.
Be sure to check out one of these hikes