Where in the Northwest can you experience a full spectrum of spectacular landscape? From rain forest to desert, from canyons to riverbeds, from alpine meadows to volcanic blast zones, here's a 30-mile trail run you'll never forget.
Nighttime trailrunning. It's not for everyone, but once you get the hang of it, it's a good way of staying fit through the winter months.
It's vast, empty, and largely unspoiled. Why don't Americans give the Great White North the respect she deserves?
Winter skies got you down? Try a little armchair casting for some warm weather escapes when spring rolls around.
You'll need better than average bike-handling skills for the 23-plus-mile loop through scenic Colorado.
Sections of the 480-mile Colorado Trail near Denver offer some of the best single-track trail riding in the state.
Several miles of creek-side trail with a gradual climb and a one-mile vertical haul of switchbacks--all close to town in the San Juan National Forest.
Crested Butte to Aspen via Pearl Pass--40 sensational miles of challenging backcountry for the seasoned mountain bike rider.
Whistler/Blackcomb--a Canadian destination with something for everyone: skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking, climbing.
Mt. Bachelor and the nearby town of Bend, Oregon, form the hub of a great wheel of athletic possibilities with summer skiing at nearly every spoke.
Fishing Oregon's Dechutes, Crooked and Metolius Rivers.
The first time I saw the Middle Fork Country in Central Idaho, I felt like it was going to swallow me up. Not in an intimidating way, but with that sense of becoming part of the country itself.
Self-confessed non-camper Karen Laski spends 12 days in the wild and enjoys (almost) every minute of it.
Want to be King of the Mountains? Test your mettle against the 'baddest' hill climbs in America.
The Sonoran Desert - rich with color, light, and geological texture. Pulitzer-prize-winning photographer Jack Dykinga shares images from the American Southwest.
Learn about this once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunity from an expert in outdoor photography.
Willows, rain, bugs, rivers, snowfields, and steep mountain passes: How do you travel through rugged and beautiful Gates of teh Arctic National Park? Simple, follow the caibou.
Traveling photographer Bob Krist tells you how to take pictures every bit as dazzling as America's Southwest.
Joel Rogers explores more than 400 miles of watery landscape from the Canadian border to the Puget Sound.