Check out these four hikes which provide easy, family friendly access to spectacular views.
Make these photogenic spots your next fall camping trip.
Somewhere above 12,000 feet on Mt. Rainier, the sun pops up between two cloud layers, and early-rising climbers can finally switch off their headlamps.
Ralph, our fishing guide, pulled up his net and saw that it was empty once again. For the past hour, he'd been scraping it along the bottom of the Putahow River, hoping to scoop up the nut that had dislodged from our propeller, leaving our boat dead in the water.
No panniers, no car, no problem. You can tour Switzerland by lightweight road bike alone—as long as you have legs for the hills.
The aridity of the Dry Valleys is partially caused by cold katabatic winds, which fly off the polar plateau and rake moisture from the air and ground.