Utah’s Solitude Resort Is a Hidden Gem—Here’s Why
How to Cook Elk and Other Wild Game
UST Creative Manager Talks Fatherhood, Societal Pressures, and His Love of the Outdoors
Survivors, Rescuers Share Memories from a Deadly Avalanche in ‘Buried‘
Increasing Diversity in the Outdoors One Hike at a Time
The Updated Ford Ranger Can Handle All of Your Gear—and Any Adventure
These Mainers Know Their State Is Something Special
This National Forest in Florida Is a Tropical Paradise
What It Takes to Build a Mountain-Bike Trail
Turkey and Campfires Is a Combo We’re Thankful For
Voice Mail Won’t Rescue You. This Advice Will.
Gravel Racer Jess Cerra Is Returning the Favor
Let’s Talk Layering
This New Trail Network Will Connect 15 West Coast Towns
This Homebuilt Van Has a Recirculating Shower, Radiant Heat, and More
This 300-Pound Teardrop Sleeps Four and Has a Pop-Up Roof
This DACA Recipient Has Found Community and Connection in the Outdoors
Utah’s Fishlake National Forest Is Magic in the Fall
Mari Holden Flips the Script on What Aging Looks Like
The Fight to Protect Los Angeles Forests
How to Chop Wood
Turns out it’s not as easy as you think
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Done wrong, splitting logs for firewood can be dangerous, backbreaking work that results in smoky fires. That’s why Wes Siler thinks it’s so important to do it right. In this episode of Indefinitely Wild, Wes walks you through proper form, ideal work spaces, and the tools of the trade. Follow these instructions and you’ll stay warm all winter.