Great Outdoors
May 26, 2020

Into the woods: The unique conservation story of a Maine hut-to-hut hiking trail

Maine Huts and Trails' four off-the-grid lodges sit along an 80-mile trail, largely on privately-owned land

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On a roll: At Alaska’s annual Outhouse Races, there’s no shame in being number two

On a roll: At Alaska’s annual Outhouse Races, there’s no shame in being number two

Taking place a week before the Iditarod, the race encourages participants to get creative—and bring their own TP

From pueblos to dude ranches, Pecos National Historical Park is a goldmine of Southwestern history

From pueblos to dude ranches, Pecos National Historical Park is a goldmine of Southwestern history

In less than two miles, the New Mexico park’s Ancestral Sites Loop Trail takes you through hundreds of years of history and colliding cultures

It’s Hammer time: Thousands of RVers return to Johnson Valley for ‘the toughest one-day off-road race on the planet’

It’s Hammer time: Thousands of RVers return to Johnson Valley for ‘the toughest one-day off-road race on the planet’

King of the Hammers brings 60,000 people to the California desert for 10 days of racing and festivities each February

Among empty city streets, New Yorkers are showing signs of resilience and creativity

Among empty city streets, New Yorkers are showing signs of resilience and creativity

As the country shelters in place, these scenes from across New York City in April show some of the impact on the city

Burn, baby, burn: Meet the families who are raising Burning Man’s next generation of burners

Burn, baby, burn: Meet the families who are raising Burning Man’s next generation of burners

Through child-centric programs like the Kidsville camp and Black Rock Explorers, kids learn how to survive and thrive in the desert

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