There’s nothing quite like swimming in Oregon’s Crater Lake for the first time, an experience our 62 Parks Traveler enjoyed at her 32nd park on her quest to visit every national park in the U.S.
The least visited park in the lower 48 has no roads, no cars, and empty hiking trails, and it’s home to moose, wolves, part of Lake Superior, and beautiful forests. It’s the 29th stop on our 62 Parks Traveler’s quest to visit every park in the U.S.
Northern California’s Lassen Volcanic National Park is an undiscovered hiker’s dream, and it’s the 31st stop on our 62 Parks Traveler’s quest to visit every park in the U.S.
After my mom suffered a massive stroke that left half of her body paralyzed, my family and I decided to create adventures where none seemed possible
Vast mountains, majestic waterfalls, and a hungry bear are some of what our 62 Parks traveler encountered at her 30th park on her quest to visit every park in the U.S.
A new travel book offers an inspiring reminder of possibilities at a moment when we really need it
From a cult-favorite publisher launching a national-parks series to a Kevin Costner–narrated app, these five new releases are reinventing the traditional field guide
With the coronavirus bringing global travel to a halt, take this time to pare down your dream destinations to the ones that really matter to you
Stop storing up days and start using them, whether it's for a microadventure, a staycation, or a road trip
Because going back to the work after the holidays is hard enough already
Australia's Uluru has closed for climbing. That sheds light on other bucket-list destinations you could be doing better.
The clock is winding down. Don't dwell on summer's missed opportunities—make new ones.
Finally visit those crowd-less destinations you’ve been dreaming of—without breaking the bank
From Yosemite’s famed granite to Patagonian towers, these pitches are every bit as legendary as the climber himself
The oldest woman to swim the English Channel wants to continue knocking off marathon swims into her 80s
Every skier has their list: the snowy places they’d like to go, the lines they plan on riding, the mountains they hope to climb. Well, here’s ours, and it’s chock full of some of life’s grandest adventures and simplest joys.
A user's list for all the travel, fun, and affiliated delights you can cram into a year
These 9 open-air tubs are worth traveling for.
These backcountry lodges welcome dedicated skiers with warm bedding, home-cooked food, and sometimes even a sauna.
A new visa policy makes it much easier for Americans to travel to India. But it’s a big country. Where should you go?
The best lodging for skiers are close to the action but feel far away from it all. These are the perfect abodes to return to after carving up the slopes.
You're overworked, overstressed, and overconnected. But don't worry. We're here to help.
We're still surfing in the USA.
Challenge your abilities with these iconic runs through the wilds of America.
Unlike the size of the fish you reel in, there's no need to exaggerate how nice these hotels are
And they're not all in Hawaii
What do cyclists really want? Unbelievable trails.
Dream all you want about your adventure bucket list, but isn't it better to get right out there and start ticking off boxes? Let these trips be your inspiration—or your exact blueprint.
In an age of whiz-bang techno-training, it’s way too easy to lose track of what made us fit in the first place: quality movement, good food, and high-intensity common sense.
From a speedy dream piece to the most versatile road ride we’ve ever tested, this year’s best bikes meet the needs of every cyclist.
See more of what you want, and less of what you don't, with these primo performance shades.
Training and nutrition has been an exciting (if unreliable) frontier for decades. But recent discoveries, combined with field-tested science, have debunked popular myths and established some ground rules for the outdoor athlete. Here's your performance 12-step program.
On staying fit and preparing for the next step
With more than 57 World Cup wins and four overall titles, Lindsey Vonn has already established herself as the greatest women’s ski racer in history. Too bad they won’t let her take on the boys.