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4 Images of My Last Summer Hike in Chamonix

By Charles Gensollen / Lifestyle and activities

At the beginning of September 2016, I decided to go hiking in Chamonix before going back to my university in Switzerland.

10 Must-Do 14er Hikes in Colorado

By Garmin / Destinations and activities

Hiking to the top of any mountain gives you a sense of accomplishment and pride that you can't find anywhere else.

Climbing Montana's Tallest Mountain, Granite Peak

By Karissa Frye / Activities and destinations

The rocks below my feet shook with every step forward, the harsh surface of the granite boulders scraped my hands as I tried to grasp them. My body insisted that I crawl.

My Favorite Drive in the World: Part 2

By Billy Bowling / Destinations and activities

So here you are! You came back to see what all the fuss was about after that long run on sentence that was The Blue Ridge Parkway: Virginia Edition I take it? Well, thanks for coming back again for r.

How to Prepare for Backpacking Europe

By Shalee Blackmer / Destinations and how-to

You've decided to take a leap and backpack Europe. Excited, frantic, and eager, it may be hard knowing where to start planning the upcoming journey.

Is a Life of Wanderlust for You?

By Sarah Levant / Lifestyle

To Wander or Stay? That is the Question Wanderlust is a tricky term some people struggle with.

5 Photos That'll Make You Want to Visit Samuel H Boardman State Park

By Camaran Khiev / Destinations and activities

This was my first time visiting this state park, or even coming to see Oregon's Coast.

Explore 3 Beautiful Trails at Colorado's Windy Saddle Park

By Matthew Eaton / Activities and destinations

As a city-dweller who longs all week for upcoming weekend adventures, I often look to escape to the mountains during the week as well.

25 Amazing Campsites in the American Southwest

By Chaco Footwear / Destinations and activities

There's something special about waking up in the desert. There's a stillness and clarity that you just can't find anywhere else.

The Case for Creativity

By Christin Healey / Lifestyle and activities

We've all seen it, and many of us are guilty of it: The fedora-wearing, blanket-swathed, hair blowing in the breeze, tiny person perched on an impossibly gorgeous vista.

Stop Bashing Instagram: A Letter to the Outdoor “Purists”

By Matt Van Swol / Lifestyle

You’ve read the articles. You’ve seen the titles. It seems like every day, I see another one of these stories shared on social media.

6 Must-See Arkansas Waterfalls

By Jon King / Destinations, family, and activities

1. Neil Compton's Double Falls With no marked trail and a steep scramble down, Compton’s Double Falls makes you earn the view.

Watch Sunrise on Half Dome from Yosemite Conservancy's Live Webcams

By The Outbound Collective / Destinations

If you’re reading this, you’re obviously not in Yosemite (at least we really hope you’re not in Yosemite and staring at your phone) but you can do the next best thing and watch one of the four live w.

Winter Meditations in the Canadian Rockies

By Jason Hatfield / Destinations

Each of my experiences in these fantastical peaks and valleys brings new stories and images to share.

4 Tips for More Adventures (plus a coupon for a free day off work)

By Trailfoody LLC / How-to and lifestyle

Photo: Dan Loch It's Saturday morning and the sun’s popping up with clear skies. Or there’s fresh snow in the mountains. Or the river’s running at just the right level. 1.

Tough Love: Why the Mountains Are the Ultimate Teacher

By Matthew Thomson / Lifestyle

Have you ever had the strange sensation of loving and hating something at the same time? For real, there could be one thing that genuinely gets you excited while at the same time make you second gues.

7 Essential Waterfalls Photography Tips

By Brandon Dewey / How-to and activities

1. Shoot on Overcast Days Light is everything in photography, and the best time to photograph waterfalls is on overcast days.

Butternut Squash Cauliflower Trail Tacos

By Adam Kingman / How-to, health, and lifestyle

For those of you who have exhausted your freeze dried meal options and peanut butter sandwich supply, this one's for you.

March Among the Penguins in the Strait of Magellan

By Marguerite McNeal / Destinations

My first thought when we stepped onto the tiny island was “it doesn’t smell.

3 Life Lessons I Learned from Mountain Biking

By Kendra Perkins / Lifestyle, family, and activities

During my freshman year of high school, my dad started taking my family and me out mountain biking. I loved the challenges that I faced with every ride and being able to push myself.

4 Quick Photography Tips and Tricks

By Garrett Graham / How-to

Intervalometer/Remote ShutterWith a tripod and intervalometer/remote shutter a whole new world of photo possibilities open up.

The One Thing You Should Always Bring With You

By Jonathon Reed / Lifestyle and activities

I can get lost in the world of gear.

Make a Detour to These Two Spots on the Way to Las Vegas

By Leo Xu / Destinations

A lot of people from Utah would like to spend weekend in Las Vegas, it is really not my type of place for my day off, but if you got a chance to tag along, make it different.

8 Things a Year in the Sub-Antarctic Taught Me

By Jamie Gallant / Destinations and lifestyle

In 2013 I quit my job at an advertising agency in Chicago and jumped at the chance to join a British Royal Air Force flight heading 8000 miles south to the Falkland Islands.