hiking

I Trekked Alone Across Antarctica for 54 Straight Days

Expeditioner Colin O’Brady spent nearly two months pulling a 400-pound sled across the frozen tundra — without a friend or family member in sight. You could call it a dry run for sheltering in place

The National Parks Can’t Provide a Coronavirus Escape Either

As a large number of campers descend upon them to shelter-in-place among the Great Outdoors, these public spaces are either closed or also having their fragile infrastructure severely tested

A Gentleman’s Guide to Adventuring Alone

The Lonesome Road can also be the most restorative

The Emergence of Begpackers Is a Reminder of Why You Should Travel Responsibly

Or to put it another way, why you should stop being a privileged dickbag