Hiking + Cycling
Scotland’s scenic terrain is full of hiking opportunities for all levels, with rewarding views that have inspired folklore and famous poems.
A number of hiking trails in North and South Lake Tahoe provide scenic adventures for visitors.
The much-hyped park project will feature numerous trails, a two-acre nature play area for kids, and a pedestrian link to the waterfront for the first time in 80 years.
What can we learn from retracing the steps of the 1965 civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama? One traveler laces up his boots.
Guided trekking takes travelers up into the islands’ valleys where wild adventures await.
A section of the more than 100-year-old overpass has been restored.
The Lost Sierra Route will connect—and ideally help revitalize—15 mountain towns by bringing biking, hiking, and trail tourism to this scenic alpine region.
There’s perhaps no better way to immerse yourself in Great Britain’s vibrant cities, UNESCO sites, and gorgeous countryside than on two feet. Whether taking urban strolls, hiking the coast, or ambling through pastoral greenery, you’ll meet local people, slow down, truly take it all in, and increase your steps—all while lowering your carbon footprint.
Discover the North Star State’s scenic beauty on its abundant trails—and enjoy mouthwatering lunch spots along the way—with these tips from Dudley Edmondson, an author and activist with a passion for getting people of color outdoors.
A new fleet of community-based organizations, such as Outdoor Afro and LatinX Hikers, are on a mission to make the outdoors accessible to all.
Forget the skis. In the South Tyrol region near the Dolomites, delicious food and gorgeous hikes are best enjoyed in summer.
You don’t have to get out of town to have rewarding encounters with nature. These green spaces offer ample opportunities to hike, walk, bike, glide or ride in the heart of the city.
Hiking is immensely popular these days. Here’s how to do it right.
Home to the Autobahn and a powerful motor industry, Germany wants its citizens to spend less time driving and more time cycling to help save the planet.
In Austria, where the Alps cover 62 percent of the country, hiking is just a part of regular life. An intrepid American writer laces up his boots.