ALONE IN A CROWD
South Koreans hike in droves. And they like it that way. What can an American who craves solitude learn from the party?
A 1,200-MILE WILDERNESS TRIP DOWN THE PROPOSED BORDER WALL
Wildlife biologist Ben Masters's new short film delves into what's at stake for animals and outdoor lovers.
QUIET IS ENDANGERED—SO SANCTUARIES OF SILENCE PRESERVED IT IN VIRTUAL REALITY
In an age where noise pollution is omnipresent, Global Oneness Project’s new film urges viewers to learn how to listen again.
“Soon we both stopped shivering and and neither of us could feel our feet. Matt turned to me. ‘Tommy, we could die out here.’”
The Science of Why You Love the Wilderness
We all know that being in the backcountry is soothing for the soul. Author Florence Williams decided to find out why.
After Losing a Friend to Terrorism, Tyler Dunning Hit the Trail
In "A Field Guide to Losing Your Friends," a writer recalls how the national parks helped him heal from a tragedy.
NOVEMBER 2016 GEAR GUIDE
DISABILITY ACCESS IN NATIONAL PARKS
When the Americans with Disabilities Act required better trail access for all, Yosemite saw an opportunity.