America's favorite national parks are popular for good reasons: dramatic landscapes, pristine ecosystems, epic wildlife and iconic vistas, to name but a few. But there are ways to enjoy stunners like Grand Canyon, Glacier and Great Smoky national parks without the crowds. Find out how here.
Learn useful tips for hiking with your dog that will ensure a safe trail experience and give you a chance to bond and spend a great time with your dog outdoors.
The founder of Floating Authority, a gear-review site for paddleboards, kayaks and other paddling equipment, gives us his top picks for where to paddleboard in the U.S.
To get you in the mood for the coming 2017-18 ski season, here’s a look at some of the finest property for sale near some of the country’s best ski resorts.
Theodore Roosevelt’s contributions to wildlife conservation and land stewardship are monumental. Now it is up to the present generation to preserve the wildlife and land for those generations to come, just as Roosevelt did.
Tucked among the pine-covered foothills of southern Oregon's Cascade Mountains, 74-acre Rogue River Ranch is a recreational gem with a quarter-mile of Rogue River frontage.
As a forest-service inholding, Idaho’s Teton Timbers Ranch is a virtual private wilderness retreat on the doorstep of some of the American West’s best outdoor adventures.
Summer is peak season for nymphal-stage deer ticks, meaning you should be prepared to spot these poppy-seed-sized critters and know how to remove safely.
The name Guadalupe has been applied to the present river, at least in its lower course, since 1689, when the stream was so named by Alonso De León.
With Oscars season upon us, we take a look at five Hollywood movies where wilderness survival goes beyond CGI special effects.