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
We camped above an alpine lake and skinny dipped at a nearby lake. We were lucky enough to make it back to camp to catch a beautiful sunset (followed by sunrise the next morning.)
There’s nothing better than reaching camp, setting up your tent, and hanging out under the stars… with a cocktail in hand.
Depending on what type of hiking you plan on doing you want to take capacity, fit, and style, as well as other smaller details into consideration
We hiked six hours in, set up camp, had dinner and wine, and called it an early night. At sunrise, Reid and I exchanged our vows to each other and after a brief rain delay and breakfast, had a ceremony surrounded by our friends and the mountains.
If the last hints of summer have you airing out your tent, packing away your sleeping bag, and fishing the last trail mix crumbs out of the bottom of your backpack—wait!
From the craggy coast of New England to the sun-scoured beaches of California, America is loaded with coastal adventures. And with nearly 100,000 miles of shoreline, you have plenty to choose from, whether it’s a paddling trip on a serene bay or an adrenaline-charged surf safari. Here are just a few of the country’s most…
Like most others, my adventurous spirit led me up here, but it was the access to wilderness, option of solitude, and authenticity of the community that kept me here
It’s been 14 adventurous years gallivanting around the wild with my Gregory Electra backpack.