As your family grows, so will your family's tent needs
A guide at a wilderness therapy organization observes an increasing number of teens coming in to treat technology addiction
There might be food poisoning and potty-training emergencies. There will be tantrums. There will also be some magic.
Children are much more likely to enjoy outdoor activities—and stick with them—if they start out at the right moment in their physical and cognitive development.
The best way to raise capable kids is to fuel their love of games—and stop forcing them to compete against each other
Whether you're wondering what an outdoorsy life with a young child looks like or just want to see some really cute babies, you should get to know these families sharing their journeys through organizations and social media
Hike It Baby founder Shanti Hodges shares her tips for hiking with babies, toddlers, and older children
One writer endures awkward morning cabin run-ins and hazardous chairlifts in the name of settling down (but still chasing snow)
It was just another beautiful day in the mountains for the author and his one-year-old Australian shepherd, Merle, when their lives changed in an instant
Spitfire excels at the curious sport of dock diving, or, in other words, jumping really, really far. That skill has landed him and his owner, 13-year-old Sydney Mackey, five world records—and counting.
Buy it once, get a lifetime of brownie points
Is it a shame we need them? Yes. But it's the only way to protect parents who want their kids to grow up independent and brave.
There's no reason smaller feet should equal smaller ambition
It's not about training regimens or dietary dogma—it's about community
When I needed to process my grief, the polar cold and isolation proved to be exactly what I needed
Nine tips gleaned from the Swedish parenting playbook
Bobby Kennedy Jr. has spent a lifetime protecting rivers, an ethos born on childhood expeditions
Sure, there's the never-ending mental math and having to deal with frozen pumps in brutal wind. But in the end, it's just one more factor in the complex calculus of a day in the mountains.
The newest version is well-designed, flattering, and dries within 20 minutes. Get a few pairs for the whole family, and you won't need to think about your summer adventure outfit ever again.
There's not much that will make you panic after ten years of dogsledding in the wilderness. And there are lots of ways to feel equally calm in all kinds of outdoor emergencies.
The teenage phenom on reaching the summit and knowing when to give up
These five standout communities are working to make sure underprivileged communities have access to green spaces
Better learn Lanie Szuch's name, because you're about to start hearing it—a lot
'Every Other Day' is a film from The Noble Lab that shares the story of Rode Lewis who is a father and rancher in West Texas 180 miles outside of Ft. Stockton.