Adventure is out there! Our writers have brought it here with outdoor stories from around the country, the continent and event the globe. Find the next great adventure with their help as your read their stories of mountain rescues, river madness and tales from the trail that you won't soon forget.
From Canada to Peru to New Zealand, our writers have been to some wild places. Put these on your wish list for next year.
On Canada's west coast, countless animals—and the occasional kayaker—thrive.
The Great Himalaya Trail combines hiking and mountaineering to reach some of the country's most remote regions.
Let the crowds have the South Island. We found a paddling, trekking, climbing paradise on New Zealand’s North Island, where the adventure density means you can do three life-list trips in a week.
Rise through rainforest to come face to face with a Maori god.
Score the North Island’s best scenery per mile on the Pouakai Crossing.
Paddle a wilderness waterway with a soul.
Trek Patagonia, see a grizzly, or hike the Grand Canyon in a single day: The choice is yours.
These 9 difficult hikes will challenge even the toughest backpackers.
Peru’s Cordillera Blanca contains more than 880 alpine tarns, but one stands out among the rest.
Star-shot skies over vast deserts, fertile valleys, and a footpath that follows some of humanity’s oldest trade routes: The new, 400-mile Jordan Trail offers a month-long immersion in the Middle East.