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A festival of paper and string in India bridges cultural divides

Jorts, Hawaiian shirts, sandals—we’re frolicking

Spring comes in like a lion. This gear will help.

Hey, spring, didn’t see you there

From light sprinkles to daylong downpours, these shells have you covered

I gave my 12-year-olds the Rand McNally on our 300-mile drive from Atlanta to the South Carolina coast to impart the joys of reading an old-school physical map

Thanks to these boots, hiking went from painful to pure bliss

Drawing parallels with the Galápagos Islands, this marine wonderland is a similarly diverse treasure found just off the Southern California coast, home to 2,000-plus species, some 150 of which can be found nowhere else

Shorts, tees, swimsuits, gin... must be almost summer!

It’s time for shorts, bikes, and—waffles?

They might not splurge on these items for themselves, so do it for them

Where to snag late-season deals, uncrowded slopes, and good-quality snow well into April

It’s going to be another crazy year for bike shops. Get ahead of it to ensure your ride is ready to go.

Whether you’re after a beachfront campsite, some good juju, or a cabin built for mountain bikers, we’ve got a spring travel deal for you

Are your skis the best tool for the season you want, or the season you have? An impassioned argument for thin-waisted planks.

Welcome to Minnesota, the Land of 10,000 Lakes and home to the Boundary Waters. Our 62 Parks Traveler found her own private island at her 28th stop on her quest to visit every national park in the U.S.

Our advice on which park to visit each month of the year to see peak wildlife, foliage, and flower blooms—and to avoid the crowds

When will we be able to take international trips again? Medical and travel experts weigh in.

This pastoral stretch of the Southern Appalachian mountains in Virginia is packed with hiking, fishing, road biking, and other adventures—if you know where to look

Find the trail runners that work best off-trail and in mixed conditions

These four are my favorites for messy yard activities

'Why We Swim' and 'In Praise of Paths' are timely inquiries into human locomotion

From setting up a vise to gathering materials, here's everything you need to tie a basic fly

On-the-ground info to keep you safe in the backcountry

The professional ski mountaineer counts these titles among her all-time favorites