Islands are probably not what come to mind when you think of a trip to New England, but they should be. These spots are all accessible through ferries and tour operators and will show you a side of the Northeast that few think to explore.
There's way more to this area than just the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail. Non-thru-hikers, pack your bags.
There's an easy and quick getaway for fall leaf peeping, no matter where you are in the region
The backcountry is a place to be respected, regardless of where you are. Safe zones, beacons, and communication led to the success of this rescue.
When the sunlight grows rarer, the fish follow suit, but those fleeting instances of interaction make fishing all the more special
When George Rue started hiking parts of the Appalachian Trail six summers ago at age 18, he carried a sketchpad, intending to use it as both diary and camera.