Let's face it, there are some things you absolutely must bring with you to survive in the backcountry. Whether you're heading out for a thru-hike, a weekend backpacking trip, or even a day hike, you're going to want to make it a habit to bring these ten essentials.
A thru-hike is an end to end backpacking trip on a long distance trail. From strategies and challenges to planning, tips, and community, here’s everything you need to know about thru-hiking.
Anyone who is hiking, trekking, or hanging out several thousand feet above sea level can be stricken with altitude sickness at any given moment. From symptoms, treatments, and tips, here’s everything you need to know about altitude sickness.
Neighborhood stroll not cutting it? Expand your family’s horizons with a hike! There’s nothing better than fresh air with the fam, so get ready for the great outdoors Hiking and camping with little ones requires a bit more prep than going solo or with other adults but follow these tips, and you’ll be on the trails in no time.
Does your day typically end when the sun dips below the horizon and night falls? It doesn't have to! While there may not be enough hours in a day to for your outdoor adventures, you can extend your daily window of time by taking a night hike! Here's information and inspiration to get you out there safely.