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
Believe it or not, there’s still time for you procrastinators to make the most of the last weekend of summer
You can set up your own, off-the-cuff version of summer camp in one of these stellar settings
After three years of sold-out events for women-identified and non-binary people, Flash Foxy introduces an extension where men are welcome, too
The last two tree sitters fighting the 300-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline project in Jefferson National Forest surrendered to police. Will others take their place?
Wild and Wonderful from advocacy group New River Alliance of Climbers and filmmaker Tara Kerzhner documents the persistence it took to make the PsicoRoc deep water solo competition happen.
From Logan Bockrath of Thelonious Step, this video profiles U.S. Women's Raft Team member Julie Sutton as she makes her yearly migration from the Arkansas River to the Gauley.
Undisputedly, one of the most challenging rivers in the US, its famous Pillow Rock Rapid has been the catalyst for many flips and dumptrucks.
Matthew Christiansen spent his summer digging ditches, cutting tree branches, and maintaining trails for the Student Conservation Association and U.S Forest Service.
For his latest timelapse project, filmmaker Mike Zorger wanted to find a spot East Coast with Western-like light pollution, despite major metropolitan areas and condensed population
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