There's way more to this area than just the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail. Non-thru-hikers, pack your bags.

Millions are streaming soft-core adventure b-roll on the web

We sent our correspondent deep undercover to explore the latest summer craze: camps tailored just for adults. Boozy slip-and-slide? Check. Excessive kickball celebrations? You betcha. It's all detailed in his letters from a nostalgic bacchanal.

Remember that place that campaigned for Americans to move there if Trump won? Well (sigh), it's beckoning. Welcome to idyllic Cape Breton, population 132,000 and shrinking.

From dog-eared classics to under-the-radar picks, this is our list of 15 books that will awaken the adolescent Outsider.

Can you outfit an entire trip with random scores from gear subscription boxes? Our writer gave it a shot.

You worry about your vacation—we’ll handle the reading list. We'll even help you decide which book to take with you (just in case you're a little too busy on the trail to read all of our picks).

Defining moments in sled-dog cinema, from slapstick schlock to Japanese realism.

Journalist Edward Struzik renders a barely recognizable far north—but it’s one worth getting to know.

The Weather Channel has a plan if we exhaust the alphabet this winter—though you might be surprised who’s really behind it.

It sounds like something Keith Urban and Hootie would perform if they got together to form a Goo Goo Dolls tribute band. And it's nothing like what you'd expect to hear in a Colorado mountain town.

'No Turning Back' actually kind of does turn back. And that’s a good thing. The latest offering from Warren Miller Entertainment is the feel-good ski hit of the winter.

With a bevy of new ski and snowboard films in theaters this month, a quick primer on what sets ski porn apart from other titillating genres.

The Brooklyn guitarist's lush new record welcomes the snowy season.

In Hollywood's vision of horror, the real nightmare isn't on Elm Street—it's the cold, desolate forest itself.

The Weather Channel dips a toe in the way-too-crowded waters of reality survival programming with two new shows, So You Think You’d Survive? and Fat Guys in the Woods. It’s not a pretty sight.

Burt's Bees cofounder Roxanne Quimby wants to hand the government a new national park in northern Maine—election-year politics and residents' NIMBYism be damned. Brian Kevin investigates the boldest conservation plan in decades.

Douglas Brinkley's biography of Teddy Roosevelt proves we still have a lot to learn from the conservation giant.

Disney is getting back to its nature-documentary roots—but can the company escape its own legacy?

A veteran ice-boater takes a shot at the world record for wind-powered speed