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The Range of Light: Fastpacking the John Muir Trail in Under a Week
Fastpacking the John Muir trail is a grueling yet rewarding challenge. Nevertheless, the main benefits are the lessons learned throughout the process that can be applied to your life.
Packrafting without a Good Map
Despite losing their map during a stream crossing early in the trip, the adventurers trek on determined to hit the big water.
Trekking the High Uintas Wilderness: Circumnavigation of the Rock Creek Shelf
Featuring the author's live journals as well as a detailed assessment of trekking gear used on the trip.
The Greatest Trip That Never Happened
Although the trip was never completed, the lessons learned were irreplaceable and the experience was very memorable.
How One High Sierra Trip Turned Into Permanent Nomadic Travel
Getting outdoors often makes all the difference, and a long expedition can go a long way to transforming your life.
As it circumnavigates Mt. Rainier, the Wonderland Trail offers some stunning views and excellent camping spots.
Onto The Shelf
Extremely rare conditions led to a once in a lifetime opportunity to explore the stunning ice shelf on Lake Superior.
100 Mile Wilderness
The 100 mile wilderness is vast - and challenging. Thru-hikers often complete the whole traverse in a few days, but slowing down will offer spectacular views and an even more memorable experience.
Thru Running New York’s Long Path
New York's long path is a gem - nestled in the middle of a sprawling metropolis, this path cuts through the city taking you northward to the peaceful woods.
Into the Gray
The story of one man’s obsession with the Lake Superior Shoreline in winter.
New England Traverse: Discovering a Wilderness Route
It's rare to find a remote route when trying to traverse New England. Worse yet, at the current rate this will only get worse. This could be remedied with greater conservation efforts in the region in an effort to preserve this beautiful land.
Traversing the Adirondacks by Foot and Packraft
Quiet streams and raging waters make for an incredible experience in the backcountry. The ADKs are home to a diverse array of animals and have a very appealing lure.
From Bushwick to Bushwhack: UL Compromises deep in the ADK wilderness
A beautiful area filled with stunning views and MUD. If you are looking for a good challenge east of the Mississippi this is for you.
Thru-Hiking Alaska’s Arctic: A 1,000 Mile Solo Traverse
Located above the Arctic Circle, the Brooks Range is one of the last true wildernesses. Here the grizzly bears, wolves, moose, and caribou roam free and the hiker is enveloped in nature.
The Wonderland Trail
Mt. Rainer is dominating and impressive. The Wonderland Trail circumvents this majestic peak offering stunning views and unprecedented access to this gem of the Pacific Northwest.
Light and Fast on Vermont’s Long Trail
280 miles in 10 days? You Betcha. The Long Trail has become a "right of passage" of sorts for unsupported thru hikers.
Finnish Thousand Meters Round
An in depth look at an exploration above the Arctic Circle. Journey to where Finland and Norway collide.
Columbia and Western: Castlegar to Christina Lake
The Columbia and Western is a section of the Trans-Canada Trail, a haven for thru Hikers. It caters to all skill sets and is a wilderness of pristine beauty.
Paddle Scouts: BSA Packrafting the Sun River Drainage, Montana
The lightweight philosophy coupled with high adventure creates a schoolroom for incredible growth. Witness it here.
A Guide to the Grayson Highlands
A unique and diverse area, the Grayson Highlands are an excellent hiking location in the Mid-Atlantic.