Outdoor Adventure

A well-traveled Scottish filmmaker finally makes time to meet the wonder in his own backyard: the Atlantic puffin.
A visit to the U.S.’s newest national park means adrenaline-filled outdoor adventures, fall foliage, and craft beers.
These are the top leaf-peeping spots across the United States.
A relationship with the outdoors is a good thing. But we also need to consider what we wear when we’re out there.
Meander through Alpine meadows, scale sheer peaks, and visit centuries-old villages on these top-tier walks.
Each September, quick-witted dogs and their handlers gather in a Rocky Mountain town to test their herding skills—and travelers flock to see it.
From national and state parks to small towns, these destinations are the best places to see autumn foliage.
The funds will provide the most new financial support for Great Smoky Mountains National Park since the park was created in 1934.
A journey through this vast wilderness offers iconic parks, ancient forests, wildlife, and a history tour of the Wild West. One of the best ways to visit Wyoming is to hit the open road.
Get ready to experience one of the world’s best multiday treks in Patagonia’s hiker’s paradise.
The grove of roughly 500 trees—some of the oldest in the world—was largely unscathed by the Washburn Fire.
The return to a well-loved destination is a special type of trip.
The biggest mistake a traveler can make? Attempting to tackle Croatia’s oldest—and largest—park too quickly. Here’s what to know before you go.
Everything you need to know to fully experience the natural wonder, whether you’re there for a weeklong stay or a sunset.
Nothing solves a bad case of cabin fever like a national park, and Canada is in good supply.
I mean, if you want to . . . or you could stay home and do chores, go to the grocery store.
Rent one of these cabins in California located everywhere from the mountains of Big Bear to the coastal cliffs of Big Sur.
Some of these hikes are well known, some underrated. All are AFAR tested and approved, bringing you closer to the Earth.
Go ahead, hug a tree. And celebrate them, hike among them, and plant lots, lots more of them.

These destinations are just as much about the slopes as they are the après-ski.
No, not national parks. We’re touring 50 great state parks, from sea to shining sea.