Whether you're new to off-roading or have been exploring for years, add these trail systems to your hit list
Because there’s no better way to experience a national park than by sleeping in it
It’s finally time to take that beach vacation. You might as well post up right by the ocean.
Mountaineers come to summit this Alaskan park’s namesake 20,310-foot peak, the highest in North America. Our 62 Parks columnist set out on a mountain bike to see the stunning terrain and bountiful wildlife during the 36th stop of her quest to visit every national park in the U.S.
Professional intel on the best crowd-free stargazing in one of the world's best night sky destinations
Utah’s national parks are iconic, but they’re just the tip of the adventure iceberg
Outdoor adventure is everywhere and southern Utah is making it accessible for all to experience
Expert recommendations for extended adventuring around each of southern Utah's Mighty 5 national parks
If you’re worried about how the current campsite and rental-car shortages are going to impact your summer travels, consider these options. We’ve rounded up our favorite companies in six cities, plus the itineraries to test them out on.
West Virginia’s New River Gorge has something for every kind of adventurer
In New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont, local stewards have banded together to persuade private landowners to allow access to backcountry skiing, mountain biking, and other kinds of outdoor recreation
From surfing the coast of Maine to exploring slot canyons in Utah, these adventures will make the whole family happy
This is just the kickoff to a ten-year plan to protect more land, water, and wildlife
Campgrounds at popular national parks started booking up six months ago, but don’t fret: these strategies will help you to find a great spot to pitch a tent all summer long
From miles of accessible trails to nearby boarding services to dog safety, these are the best (and worst) parks to visit with your best friend
Whether you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime splurge or a cozy canvas tent minutes from Lake Powell, there’s something for everyone at these newly opened stays
The upshot of only traveling domestically for the past year? We’ve gotten to know our 615 million acres of federal public lands better than ever. And with new parks and designations on the horizon, there will be even more ways to get off the beaten path for adventure.
Key beta on snagging a ticket to your favorite park this year
Not much tops seeing the the massive glaciers and vast empty wilderness in Glacier Bay—that’s the verdict of our 62 Parks Traveler about the 33rd stop on her quest to visit every national park in the U.S.
The Grand Canyon State’s namesake park is just the start—in every corner of Arizona, there are public lands and trails for every kind of adventurer. Use the map below to find your next Arizona adventure.