"What I've been searching for, I now see, is something bigger than acceptance, bigger than smokejumping, bigger than proving I can be one of the guys."
It's easier than ever to jump on a bus, bike, train, or trolley to climb, paddle, hike, and camp
Can recent events be chalked up to the occasional confusion of bureaucracy? Or is something more worrisome afoot?
Even as Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has said he wants to give states more decision-making power over federal lands, the Trump administration has taken numerous steps to limit public input
Like fiberglass origami, it snaps together for cooking and folds down to a small square when it’s time to hit the trail
Avoid the crowds and catch a meteor shower or monarch butterfly migration on these perfect autumnal treks
Nominee Raymond David Vela seems to care about making our national parks more accessible
In Washington State, a group of researchers is mining social media posts and photos to identify overused trails and turn your next weekend adventure into a real escape
Newly created state offices are promoting outdoor recreation as a major contributor to local economies and the public good, but they need a lot more support to be successful
If you've only been following the drama of Scott Pruitt and his replacement at the EPA, you only know half the story. Environmental regulations are under attack all across America, and the siege is just beginning.
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