In its ongoing series with the U.S. Forest Service, More Than Just Parks is profiling iconic landscapes from America’s national forests
Since 1999, aging park ranger Bill Wolverton has hacked and chainsawed his way through more than 40 miles of Russian olive trees.
From filmmaker Cory Marshall, ‘Aotearoa’ is a collection of moving images he took during his one-year stay in New Zealand.
Few mountain-bike destinations seem as ambitious as North Korea, but the country is home to myriad steep mountains and hiking trails that are perfect for exploring
Our favorite places to live could look a lot different in 2080, according to a new study
A cabal of old-school riders in New England is fighting to keep their singletrack the way they like it: illegal and empty
A crew of feisty veteran riders is trying to halt the development of previously illegal trails in New England.
‘Grizzly Country’ profiles Doug Peacock as he reflects on his time protecting the Yellowstone grizzlies.
The Kurdish region of Iraq is home to spectacular peaks, wild rivers, and fiercely hospitable people, and it could be the Middle East’s next big adventure tourism destination. But there’s one small catch: it’s still dangerous as hell.
Photographer Ian Tuttle visited Death Valley last week and asked tourists and locals about how they see the desert park faring a month into the government shutdown
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