Does everything have to be accessible? Can’t some places remain wild?
Some thoughts on the recent announcement about the proposed reduction of National Monuments.
Here are some gift ideas that an outdoors person can get for themselves. And they can be used in all seasons and in the coming years ahead.
One last post for my Utah walk. Songs stuck in my head while being out by myself. Call it a bonus post.
Thoughts on the proposed NPS fee increases. Ad what it means for the wild and egalitarian nature of our parks.
One chapter is ended. Time to start a new one.
A joke I posted online recently that people seem to enjoy. Succinctly sums up each of the “Big Three” trails.
Find an old trail on a map or even stumble upon it? That’s a Ghost Trail. And it is an interesting way to walk a little bit of forgotten outdoor history.
In the near future, most NPS campground will be privatized. And connected. Some thoughts on an ongoing trend.
Is hiking off-trail ethical? And, assuming this type of hiking is ethical, what is the best way to preserve these ethics?