I have a mantra in life that I should always be inspired by where I live.
There is no better way to see what you're made of and test your outdoor skills than in the backcountry and - this part is up for debate - there is no better place to explore the backcountry than the .
Last week I had the privilege and pleasure of joining a group of mountaineering friends in Mexico on one of the toughest climbing programs I’ve ever participated in.
Hiking to the top of any mountain gives you a sense of accomplishment and pride that you can't find anywhere else.
The rocks below my feet shook with every step forward, the harsh surface of the granite boulders scraped my hands as I tried to grasp them. My body insisted that I crawl.
So here you are! You came back to see what all the fuss was about after that long run on sentence that was The Blue Ridge Parkway: Virginia Edition I take it? Well, thanks for coming back again for r.
You've decided to take a leap and backpack Europe. Excited, frantic, and eager, it may be hard knowing where to start planning the upcoming journey.
This was my first time visiting this state park, or even coming to see Oregon's Coast.
As a city-dweller who longs all week for upcoming weekend adventures, I often look to escape to the mountains during the week as well.
There's something special about waking up in the desert. There's a stillness and clarity that you just can't find anywhere else.
1. Neil Compton's Double Falls With no marked trail and a steep scramble down, Compton’s Double Falls makes you earn the view.
If you’re reading this, you’re obviously not in Yosemite (at least we really hope you’re not in Yosemite and staring at your phone) but you can do the next best thing and watch one of the four live w.
Each of my experiences in these fantastical peaks and valleys brings new stories and images to share.
My first thought when we stepped onto the tiny island was “it doesn’t smell.
A lot of people from Utah would like to spend weekend in Las Vegas, it is really not my type of place for my day off, but if you got a chance to tag along, make it different.
In 2013 I quit my job at an advertising agency in Chicago and jumped at the chance to join a British Royal Air Force flight heading 8000 miles south to the Falkland Islands.
Every morning I would wake to the sunrise over the nearby rocks, stumble from my tent with my mask and snorkel in hand, and fall into the crystal clear waters.
Have you ever felt the excitement of getting to visit one of the country’s beautiful National Parks, but as you get close you find a line of cars a mile long trying to work through the park gate? If .
Whether you're craving a long climb to a rushing waterfall or a leisurely walk through a shady forest, Georgia has something for every hiker this spring.
Put Glacier National Park at the top of your summer to-do list - the last remaining glaciers in this iconic American landscape may be gone before you get there if you wait much longer.
If I had to guess, I'd say Pennsylvania isn't very high on most travelers' lists of "must-see destinations.
Oregon is home to some of the most beautiful and unique landscapes in America.
In Death Valley National Park wildflowers are so rare that they are actually called ephemerals because of how quickly they bloom and die. Witnessing a super bloom here is incredibly powerful.