Here are ten items that will help you camp more comfortably, so that you can focus on what really matters—enjoying time outside with your adventure buddies.
Little compares to spending a night in the backcountry after a long day of hiking. Add to that the feeling of accomplishment of carrying everything you need on your back, and you’re setting yourself up for a sweet adventure. Backpacking is a fun way to get outdoors and is perfect for hikers of all ages…
Here’s a look at some of the qualities that make a top notch adventure buddy.
To help you plan your visit, we’ve highlighted three backpacking loops that give you the Appalachian Trail, streamside and ridgeline campsites, killer views, and enough distance and elevation to satisfy your inner weekend warrior.
With so many choices, it may be tricky to figure out where to go, so we put together a list of seven trails that are both beautiful and challenging. Check ‘em out.
Group trips are a sure fire way to start annual traditions, strengthen friendships, and build new connections while getting to enjoy the great outdoors
Here’s our list of some of the best segment hikes that let you experience the beauty of these trails, but without committing months of your life.
Whether you make your home in the city or the middle of nowhere (or anywhere in between), here are eight micro-adventures you can do even if you’ve only got a few hours to spare.
Ski season brings some of our favorite times here in the Wasatch—but it also leaves you perma-chilled, wrapped in sweaters and slippers for the rest of the weekend. So unless you have a hot tub, hot springs sure sound lovely this time of year. Fortunately, we’re within striking distance of some particularly nice hot springs—both…