Taylor Gee

Taylor Gee

Taylor Gee is an editorial fellow at Outside. 


Hikers: Beware of Falling Trees

The odds of dying from a falling tree are still small but maybe not as small as they used to be. Here's why—and what to do about it.

Taylor Gee
Oct 9, 2019

A New Film Examines an Unusual PCT Record Attempt

'Elevation Change' is a new documentary that follows 24-year-old ultrarunner Sam Fox as he ambitiously—but ultimately unsuccessfully—attempts to break the Pacific Crest Trail speed record.

Taylor Gee
Oct 1, 2019

The Controversial Plan to Protect America's Trails

There are 11 designated national scenic trails stretching across nearly 18,000 miles in the United States, but there are over 4,000 miles of privately owned “gaps” in the system.

Taylor Gee
Aug 8, 2019

How to Pack for the PCT

When you’re considering what you need to survive, how little one person can reasonably carry, and just how many brands and products are vying for your wallet, every choice counts.

Taylor Gee
Jul 2, 2019

How the Guthook App Revolutionized Thru-Hiking

Guthook Guides took an entire set of tools needed for thru-hiking and consolidated them into a single virtual location. Such an app might have been inevitable, but for ultralight-obsessed thru-hikers...

Taylor Gee
Jun 12, 2019