Catskills: Climbing all 35 mountain peaks over 3500 feet in elevation in New York State’s Catskills, and enjoying the company of fellow hikers and lodges.
Experience the city of Berlin, one of the greenest cities in Europe, and also one with a lot of history, by hiking through its urban trails.
A hike up Mount Monadnock in Jaffrey, New Hampshire, one of the most beloved mountains and hardest hikes you can take in New England.
A woman takes on a solo journey in Norway, hiking the Nigardsbreen glaciers, seeing blue ice, and traveling by boat through a river created by melted ice.
Bolivia: A high altitude trek to ancient Incamachay cave paintings, see sweeping views of the Andes and a lesson to hire a local guide next time.
Two journalists hike more than 650 miles to complete “sectional” thru-hike of the Grand Canyon, which has been done by less than two dozen people ever.
A journey from LA to the end of South America, via Central America, shared by Steve Hely.
In Lassoing the Sun, a Year in America’s National Parks, Mark Woods shares a childhood love and adult yearning to return to the parks.
Exploring the Nature at Arches National Park in Southern UT has natural beauty and hiking the Devil’s Garden Trail, across rough terrain of Southern Utah.
Birdwatching from a 30-meter-high watchtower and hiking forest trails are a good introduction to exploring Ecuador’s Amazon and La Selva Lodge.
Rocky Mountain National Park is not just for campers, there is still plenty to do for those who love all the comforts of home.
Guatemala: A comically failed attempt at climbing what the author later discovered was a “black diamond” volcano in Guatemala.