The World's Water.
The globe image is meant to show how much actual water exists.
High Rock Lookout.
High Rock Lookout, built as a fire lookout in 1925, is truly one of the most spectacular places to stand and gaze at the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
You Think You Have Time: Hiking the Lowest to Highest Trail.
The only thing I know for sure, the one thing I can really hold in my hands, is that one day I'll be gone, as will all of this.
How to properly use bear spray.
(Except maybe for the singing.)
2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, Part II.
First-prize winner will receive an eight-day photo expedition for two, to Costa Rica and the Panama Canal.
The New Yorker:
Slide Show: Secret Lives of the Serengeti.
Does it look more like a cat or more like a cow? Does it have spots or does it have stripes?
The American Southwest in B&W.
A 2,500-mile photographic journey through some of America's most scenic national parts.
Idaho Trails Association:
Fuel up for the trail.
I am going to re-hash the old weight versus taste argument.
Is ice hiking at Perito Moreno the ultimate Argentine Patagonia experience?
The Ultralight Hiker:
It works INSTANTLY.
Dinner Idea: Thai Peanut Noodles.
The sauce is worthy of at-home use.
Walking With Wired:
A Reunion On The Beach.
There are a lot of logistics for this short of a trail, but it's said to be one of the best trails in the country.
Gear of the Year: Spring/Summer 2015.
Outdoor gear doesn't just improve, it keeps getting dramatically better.
New Hampshire Public Radio:
Where The Wild Things Reign - Hiking The Cohos Trail.
With more than 4000 miles of hiking trails, it's not too hard to get away from it all here in New Hampshire.
Paddy the adventure kitty hikes NW trails.
"Paddy enjoys meeting other trail goers, even dogs."
Ad: Fire In Your Hand: Ultralight backpacking stoves.