In 1997, the Merced River flooded Yosemite Valley and caused the longest closure in the park's 107 years.
Canada is a pretty huge country with many amazing secrets and one of the most amazing and untravelled roads is the ice road on the frozen MacKenzie River.
Who doesn't love traveling? Exploring new areas, new cultures, and making amazing memories with friends.
There's honestly not a whole lot to tell for this story.
I’ve always liked the idea of a microadventure—an adventure that is “short, simple, local, cheap—yet still fun, exciting, challenging, refreshing and rewarding.
Arizona is a huge state. And to be honest, the list of adventures below barely scratches the surface.
It was April 9, 2016. I decided to do a road trip to Oregon for the very first time. The route I chose was to drive through Nevada and enter Oregon from the bottom.
If you’re looking for fantastic rock climbing in a world-class location, look no further.
It was a cold October night, me and two of my friends were wandering through West Glacier near Lake Mcdonald.
For some time now, I have been an active outdoor enthusiast. I've always loved hiking, backpacking and a good morning reflection.
When I moved to Utah, I was borderline scared of the snow. As soon as it started to snow I went straight inside. I couldn't handle wet socks, that just made me cranky, so snow was a no-go.
In celebration of this year's National Park Service centennial, I've spent many weekends exploring Shenandoah National Park.
Whether it's your daily adventure to the watering hole or a massive cross-country undertaking, music undoubtedly has a large role to play in our exploits.
Money is sort of a taboo subject in the world of campers, explorers, and photographers.
My name is Guido Diana and I am a Dutch photographer and adventurer.
It is in our nature to be afraid, to doubt, to be insecure. Just as much as it’s in our nature to explore the unknown. Oddly these two natural instincts seem to contradict each other.
Most of us loyal Outbound followers have surely experienced the reliefs and woes associated with answering Nature's inevitable call while out hiking or backpacking.
So you've finally decided that is was going to be the year you take more risks and have more fun. All those things you've wanted to try, you want to try them this year.
When I found out I was having a summer baby, my first thought was, "THANK GOD! I won't be cooped up!" Only I was.
Earlier in 2016, Parks Canada issued an announcement that all National Parks across Canada would be open to the public, free of entry, in 2017.
Today was a surprise. Over the past few years I've grown accustom to pulling up to a trailhead and there being 10 to 100 people already in the parking lot, wanting to hike the same trail as I do.
Getting Started It has become pretty much standard for me to search for my hiking and photography destinations by wandering aimlessly through my favorite free topographic maps website, looking fo.
The sun dips toward the western mountains – everything is backlit in gold. The very trees seem to sparkle as they’re caught in the glow.
If I've confirmed one thing in 2016, it's that the Standard American Life Experience is not for me. I began packing up and selling off parts of the America Dream back in 2011.