If Oregon's biggest treasure is Mount Hood’s snow-capped peak, then the Timberline Trail is its shining tiara.
With panoramic coastal views, backcountry camps aplenty, and towering groves of those famous redwoods, it’s hard not to fall in love with this slice of central California.
Home to Wyoming’s tallest peaks and over 100 miles of the Continental Divide, the Wind River Range is beautifully wild.
The Oregon Trail is more than a simple hike — it's a journey through time.
With over 700,000 acres of panoramic wilderness and 800 miles of developed trails, Yosemite is perhaps the most iconic national park in the entire country — and for good reason.
Curb your cravings for tall trees and get really, really high on these majestic overnight treks into the heart of the Great Western Divide.
Mammoth is home to some of the finest trails in the entire Sierra Nevada. Look out, Yosemite.