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A visit to this northwestern Wyoming park, which is as thrilling for wildlife watchers as it is for climbers, hikers, and backcountry skiers, comes with a warning: it’ll be the beginning of a lifelong love affair

Long stigmatized in the United States, wider adoption of guided backcountry skiing will boost knowledge, reduce gatekeeping, and promote human-powered skiing on public lands

Téa Obreht's sprawling new novel ties together camels, immigration, and the myths of the Southwest

For some climbing rangers in Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park, every ridgeline holds the memory of a rescue, every peak a body bag. It's more than they can handle alone.

OK, these aren’t cheap, but can you think of anything better than turning the ski map of your favorite resort into a piece of hangable art? It’s an exact reproduction of the trail map, printed on canvas that’s hand-stretched over a solid wood frame.

Artist Robert B. Decker created a series of graphic-art prints commemorating our national parks. They’re all printed on 100 percent recycled paper and use soy-based ink, and each print is dated, numbered, and signed by the artist. Choose a park that means something to you, or find a park you’ve…

Hit the trail, drink some ale. What more do you want?

After a day spent outside, there's nothing better than a superbly placed hot tub

One acre inside Grand Teton National Park is for sale for $5 million. Its future says a lot about our national parks, Jackson Hole, and the tension between preserving history and budding tourism.

From $30,000 Airbnb rentals to animal sacrifices to 25,000 sometimes-naked umbraphiles, this is the weirdness that went down in the Wyoming resort town leading up to last week's astrological dance

Andrew Bob Harris, also known affectionately as Ducky, is officially the first person with Down syndrome to summit the Grand Teton.

Andrew “Bob” Harris recently became the first person with Down syndrome to climb the Grand Teton

We pulled records from January 2006 to September 2016 on where, how, and why park visitors are dying. Here’s what we found.

The latest film from More Than Just Parks takes us to Grand Teton National Park, the less-crowded, yet still stunningly beautiful neighbor to Yellowstone.

We've cut the fat (and circumnavigated the crowds) so you can enjoy any of these thrilling parks in just one day

In case you haven't noticed, fat biking is fun. Outdoor writers Peter Koch and Jeremy Berger certainly didn't need convincing, but they accepted an invitation from the team at SRAM—bicycle component gurus—to get a taste of the culture during the Global Fat Biking Summit this January. Armed with Beargrease and Bucksaw rides, the group cruised through some of Jackson, Wyoming's best terrain as photographer Adrian Marcoux followed along. We caught up with the group to figure out just how much fun some big tires and hard-packed snow can be. 

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