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You don’t have to head to Europe to hike to a backcountry chalet. Here are the most spectacular stateside options, ranging from rustic to full-service experiences.

In New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont, local stewards have banded together to persuade private landowners to allow access to backcountry skiing, mountain biking, and other kinds of outdoor recreation

In an uncommon skimo race in New Hampshire, two skiers climbed the equivalent of Mount Everest—twice

Our seven picks for cross-country-skiing trail networks that make for perfect, crowd-free winter outings

If you plan to explore the backcountry this winter, these certified mountain guides will keep you safe, refine your skills, and bring you to secret stashes

After months of trespassing and hiding from rangers, two hikers completed the Appalachian Trail in June. Their sagas raise questions about what it means to be outdoors in the United States right now.

In the Northeast, you'll find many of the nation's oldest and most interesting gear shops—and some of its younger and most innovative

Want to see some wildlife in New England? Moose are your best bet. Here's where to find them—and get some great outdoor adventuring while you're at it.

No matter your skill level or the type of adventure you're seeking, New England's two dominant mountain ranges offer plenty of opportunities to explore. Here's your guide to getting the most out of them.

'Recycled to Ride' features New Hampshire surfer and shaper Korey Nolan building boards out of trash he's collected

This video from Red Bull follows mountain biker Carson Storch riding a course set up alongside Mount Washington's cog railway

'The Little Mountain That Could' features the story of Whaleback Mountain, a small community hill in Enfield, New Hampshire

One lap per hour for as many hours as humanly possible

Local shaper and surfer​​​​​​​ Mikel Evans carves up some very chilly breaks

From extreme tree skiing at Mad River Glen to the nostalgic charm of Smugglers' Notch, the East Coast offers deep powder and epic backcountry terrain if you know where to find it

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