So you want to visit America's national parks, but you'd rather not sleep on the ground? These six historic hotels have characters as distinct as the parks they inhabit.
Every year, the Cycle Greater Yellowstone ride gives hundreds of cyclists a look at the wildest country in the West. 2018 will be no different.
Dawson Springs is a little-known haven for hikers, rock climbers, and paddlers in the central U.S. The food is pretty good, too.
Dubois, Wyoming provides access to Yellowstone, the Tetons, and some of the best snowmobiling in the U.S. But the town hasn't forgotten its cowboy roots.
Hooked on that soft white powder? These five locales have the best stashes in the Lower 48.
Nestled deep in the Shenandoah Valley, the 70-mile Massanutten Trail is a challenging, technical gem.
Nomadic herders have lived on horseback in Kyrgyzstan's mountains for centuries. Writer Stacey McKenna joined them for eight life-changing days.
In the Mountain West, finding a quiet, picturesque and free campsite is a lot easier to do than you might think. Here are a few helpful things to know.
Whether you’re looking for a treehouse or a (non-criminal) jail cell, here are a few must-visit Texas Hill Country getaways to have on your radar.
Alabama's trail society has spent decades planning a 650-mile thru-hike across the state. Now they need help building it.
Long-distance cyclist Jan Bennett is working on a bikepacking route that follows the historical Pony Express Trail. And she's looking for helpers.