Ancient Lakes, Eastern Washington.
This route...offers something you seldom find in the desert: a waterfall.
10,000-Year-Old Stone Tool Site Discovered in Suburban Seattle.
The site was discovered along a creek in Redmond, Washington, under a layer of peat that was radiocarbon dated to about 10,000 years ago.
For the First Time in a Millennium, a Top Predator Returns.
As recently as 1,300 years ago, a coyote-sized cat called the Eurasian lynx brought down deer in Great Britain.
'Forest Punk': Photographer Hunts Down Abandoned Vintage Cars Lost in the Woods.
Photographer Dieter Klein tracks rust-speckled vintage automobiles into the depths of neglected junkyards and verdant woods, where they have sat, untouched, for decades.
An Ecuadorian stray dog named Arthur finds his forever home in Sweden.
How to save rhinos? By turning their dung into paper..
"No amount of telling them to save the rhino is actually going to work."
Atlantic Phtos of the Week:
El Caminito del Rey.
(Along with many others.)
While Out Riding:
In the Reserva Ecológica El Ángel, on Ecuador's border with Colombia, a legion of velvet-leafed frailejón appear and disappear in the páramo mist, as it rises and falls across the tundra like an ocean tide.
The Mountains Are Calling:
Apparently twenty-five years ago I was starting work with the federal government.
Dot to Trot:
Testing 'Fat Bombs'.
Eating fat alone fills you up quickly and for a long, long time.
State of Wilderness and the Impact of Thru-hiking.
The danger to wilderness is no longer from recreationists who are coming to wilderness, but rather from the vast majority of Americans who are not visiting wilderness.
AZT Day 15-Past I-10.
I remember having a hard time finding the beauty out here. But now...
Stueby's Outdoor Journal:
Five spring hiking destinations inspired by new edition of Boise Trail Guide.
Here are the hikes!
Make sure you are doing proper foot care on your journey.
The Wilds Project:
Opal Creek Wilderness.
I was all smiles.
Ad: Fire In Your Hand: Ultralight backpacking stoves.