Backcountry skiing is everything you love about skiing in-bounds—the rush of carving the perfect turn, the feeling of floating through a powder stash—but without the traffic, either in the parking lot or on the slopes. Sure, you have to earn those turns, but it’s worth the effort, and the hard work makes the view at…
It’s the eternal question for any backpacker—what do you bring along, and what do you leave at home? Thru-hikers have it particularly tough, as the decisions they make determine their comfort and safety for weeks on end. This guide features about 30 things you should include in your thru-hiking pack, which sounds like a lot….
If you’re among the outdoors enthusiasts who brave the chill for winter camping, you know how appealing the “off-season” backcountry can be. In addition to bigger helpings of solitude, spectacular snow-scapes, and greater visibility of animals and their tracks, the joys of winter camping—or, hey, winter glamping, if that’s more your style—include night skies of…
Experiencing Canada by train means someone else plans the itinerary, and you can sit back and enjoy the view. Solo travelers, partners, and families can all find options to fit their budgets and time constraints. From weekend trips to journeys across the entire country, there’s something for every kind of traveler.
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For adventure-loving travelers, the Everest Base Camp trek is an iconic Himalayan journey filled with natural wonders and cultural treasures.
Whether you feel like bundling up for serious winter weather—or you’re heading south to enjoy the sunshine—here are some of the best day hikes in national parks you can explore this winter in the mountains, desert, and everything in between.
There’s nothing like a scary story or creepy folklore to add some extra spirit to your hike. And there’s no better season than fall