Whether you want to chase early-season powder in the Rockies or lobster rolls in New England, we've got your perfect road trip to end the year on a high note
Téa Obreht's sprawling new novel ties together camels, immigration, and the myths of the Southwest
Give back to the trails you enjoy. It's good for you and the place you’re visiting.
Start planning now for these hard-to-get wilderness permits and once-in-a-lifetime trips
In 'Hike the Line,' from Corey Robinson, these hikers share an experience that's unlike any other thru-hike
Making your way over an 800-mile trail through deserts and mountains in less than 16 days is no picnic—except for those gas-station resupply stops
A subjective look at where we prefer to shred
As outdoor-recreation tourism booms, these places have been forced to find innovative (and sometimes desperate) ways of adapting to and curbing the steady stream of tourists each season
What does it take to make the list? Being a winter Olympian, Tour de France rider, or world-class climber helps.
As the country's second most popular park turns 100, Grand Canyon faces an unprecedented number of existential threats. Eight experts weigh in on the major changes it will undergo during the next century.
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