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New Gravel Bike Accessories for a Smoother Ride
New Gravel Bike Accessories for a Smoother Ride

With temperatures dropping around the country, gravel-riding season is upon us. Here are some of our top accessory picks for making your unpaved road rides....

The Most Scenic Campsite in Every Region in the U.S.
The Most Scenic Campsite in Every Region in the U.S.

Across the country, camping and RV rentals are soaring as Americans heed the words of COVID-19 health experts: it’s safer to be outdoors than indoors.....

A Harebrained Dream of Building a Cabin in the Woods
A Harebrained Dream of Building a Cabin in the Woods

It sounds like a fantasy: join forces with a good friend to build a sweet little cabin in the woods. And for Bryan Schatz and....

Can’t Afford a Sprinter? Get a Tiny Van Instead.
Can’t Afford a Sprinter? Get a Tiny Van Instead.

By now we’re all familiar with them: breezy videos and sun-drenched photos of carefree millennials and their vans set against backdrops of some of the....

How to Make the Most of the Fall Running Season
How to Make the Most of the Fall Running Season

With crisp weather and gorgeous scenery, fall is a great time to run. But the change in season also brings fewer daylight hours, tighter schedules,....

A Minimalist Travel Backpack
A Minimalist Travel Backpack

Minimalist travel is all the rage these days. Whether you are heading for a weekend getaway or trying to tick off one of the major....

Why We’ll See More 1,000-Fill Down Jackets This Fall
Why We’ll See More 1,000-Fill Down Jackets This Fall

When insulation-supplier Allied Feather and Down approached Mountain Hardwear in the Winter of 2018 with a way to make the brand’s down jackets even lighter,....

My Week Shadowing a Tornado Hunter in Oklahoma
My Week Shadowing a Tornado Hunter in Oklahoma

I’ve been hooked on tornadoes since I was a kid. I used to dream I was lying in my backyard as a black funnel cloud....

Paddling One of the Narrowest Rivers in the World
Paddling One of the Narrowest Rivers in the World

The Rio Claro in Chile is one of the most beautiful stretches of river that we’ve ever seen. This video follows professional kayaker Dane Jackson and his friends as....

Why Travelling Could Be The Perfect Way To Heal After A Traumatic Event
Why Travelling Could Be The Perfect Way To Heal After A Traumatic Event

Being involved in a traumatic event – be it a car accident or something else – can have a huge impact on your life in....

Instagram’s Most Fascinating Subculture? Women Hunters.
Instagram’s Most Fascinating Subculture? Women Hunters.

It’s a dry January, which means two things on this girls’ trip to central Arizona: we’re all skipping the margaritas tonight, and the river will....

The New Camper Companies Redefining Road Travel
The New Camper Companies Redefining Road Travel

In 2019, the RV Industry Association (RIVA), a trade federation, reported a 16 percent drop in wholesale RV shipments from the year before. And when COVID-19 first....

The Sublime Agony of Hot-Weather Running
The Sublime Agony of Hot-Weather Running

A few weeks ago, I received a PR email offering to put me in touch with an Accuweather meteorologist who, remarkably, was also a runner.....

Black Canyon of the Gunnison Is a Park of Extremes
Black Canyon of the Gunnison Is a Park of Extremes

62 Parks Traveler started with a simple goal: to visit every U.S. national park in one year. Avid backpacker and public-lands nerd Emily Pennington saved up, built out....

In Praise of the Adventure Dress
In Praise of the Adventure Dress

What exactly constitutes an adventure dress? In short, it’s a technical, comfy one-piece that gets you ready for alpine starts and out of the house without....

Breaking Barriers By Mountain Biking
Breaking Barriers By Mountain Biking

When artist, activist, and mountain bike racer Brooklyn Bell was a kid, there were no Black skiers or mountain bikers in her world. So she....

5 Reasons Why You Need a Bug Out Bag
5 Reasons Why You Need a Bug Out Bag

These days, it feels like there’s always some kind of imminent disaster waiting to displace us from our homes. Whether it’s a natural threat such....

The Best Road Trips in the U.S.
The Best Road Trips in the U.S.

As we navigate the new travel normal, making decisions about where to go—or whether to go at all—during a pandemic requires flexibility and informed planning.....

A Step-by-Step Guide to Planning Your Van Build
A Step-by-Step Guide to Planning Your Van Build

One of the few positives of being confined at home is having the time to tackle projects that have been on the back burner. With road trips....

See Some of the World’s Oldest Trees at Great Basin
See Some of the World’s Oldest Trees at Great Basin

62 Parks Traveler started with a simple goal: to visit every U.S. national park in one year. Avid backpacker and public-lands nerd Emily Pennington saved up, built out....

Six of the Best Things To Do in The Great Smoky Mountains
Six of the Best Things To Do in The Great Smoky Mountains

If you like to experience the great outdoors, then a trip to The Great Smoky Mountains range is a must. The mountain range is across....

‘Eco-Challenge’ Is the Adventure TV We Need
‘Eco-Challenge’ Is the Adventure TV We Need

The Wainibokasi River flows languidly past tropical trees and taro fields for about seven miles across Viti Levu, the largest of Fiji’s 300-plus islands, before....

Highway 19E Is the Most Underrated Road Trip
Highway 19E Is the Most Underrated Road Trip

As of press time, the trails and campsites mentioned in this piece were open. To check for safety protocols and potential closures, check state websites. ....

The Ultimate Rocky Mountain National Park Travel Guide
The Ultimate Rocky Mountain National Park Travel Guide

As of press time, some trails, campsites, and businesses are closed due to Covid-19 precautions. To check for safety protocols and potential closures, check individual....

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