In 2017, big-mountain professional skier Tobin Seagal set off a large avalanche in the mountains of Pemberton, British Columbia
Experimental programs in Georgia and Louisiana are placing patients who may be infected in park cabins and RVs
Hostels are closing, volunteers are staying home, and trail organizations are advising hikers to cancel their plans
Despite the coronavirus, you can legally thru-hike the Appalachian Trail right now. But should you?
When the mine closed in Questa, New Mexico, in 2014, the town found itself in the midst of an identity crisis
As it became clear that climbing walls could be an ideal host for the coronavirus, most gyms closed their doors this week
America's patchwork laws on big-cat ownership create all kinds of problems—like when people let their dangerous kitties go free
Trail dogs aren't for everyone, but trails are. As dog owners, we need to remember that.
There's more at stake now than skiing, but it's OK to be bummed out about it
As more states hold—or decide to postpone—presidential primaries, a new poll of Mountain West voters shows that a clear majority support climate action, clean air and water, and public lands protection