Pioneers, the government, even John Muir helped kick out Native Americans from their homes on national parks. But in Yosemite, the Miwuk Tribe is getting its village back.
The proposed 10 percent tariffs on bikes and bike parts imported from China would be a blow to the U.S. cycling industry
The new mega fires raging across the West are polluting the air above states like Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming the worst
Our readers submitted their favorite moments from cross-country adventures
A couple from Florida got sick of trekking into the backcountry only to contend with hordes of other people. So they embarked on a search for the most remote spots in every state.
It's not just a hatred of the federal government that motivates the scofflaws—it's their deeply held faith
The fight to keep a 300-mile pipeline out of Jefferson National Forest is heating up. The Forest Service has cut off all food and water supplies to the protesters, and supporters are becoming desperate to help.
Aimée Crocker sailed across the Pacific, narrowly escaped murder in the jungle, and trounced the sexist and racist norms of her day
For decades, park leaders have predicted that swarms of tourists could ruin public lands. Is anyone heeding their advice?
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