Emma Walker

Moab, Denver, Lexington, Anchorage, New Johnsonville, Paris, Alamosa, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Memphis, Nashville, Tiptonville, Asheville, San Francisco, Logan, Boulder, Beaver, Crested Butte - Gunnison Valley, Cedar City, Mobile, Boise, Birmingham, Huntsville, La Crosse, Grand Junction, Orem, Rogers, International , Portland, Durango

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  1. Jeep Arch - Hiking


    Don’t be fooled by the name—the only way to get to Jeep Arch is with careful routefinding and your own two feet.

  2. So, You Want to Start Paddling in Kentucky? Insider Tips for Beginners


    The Bluegrass State is home to more miles of navigable waterways than any other state in the Lower 48, so it’s no wonder that paddling is a favorite summer activity.

  3. The 4 Best Spots to Go Whitewater Rafting in Kentucky


    Many of Kentucky’s best rivers for whitewater rafting are easily accessible while still having that true adventure feel.

  4. 12 Best Waterfall Hikes in Northern California

    San Francisco

    From the highest waterfall in California, to hidden cascades deep within the forest, here's a rundown of some of the best waterfall hikes in Northern California.

  5. 10 Awesome Places to See Between Nashville and Chattanooga

    Chattanooga, Nashville

    You’ll be amazed at just how much adventure are packed in the two-hour drive between Nashville and Chattanooga. Next time you make the journey, take some time to check out one of these incredible destinations.

  6. Lake City Ice Park - Ice Climbing


    Come for the ice climbs, stay for the authentic, down-to-earth mountain town vibe. Located just over Engineer Pass from the ice climbing mecca of Ouray, Lake City Ice Park has something to offer seasoned pros, first-timers, and everyone in between.

  7. 3 Reasons to Get Avy Savvy This Winter


    Like most things worth doing, skiing the backcountry comes at a price. Here are 3 reasons why you need to get avy savvy this winter.

  8. How to Enjoy Logan's Excellent Arts Scene


    Nestled in northern Utah’s Cache Valley, the vibrant city of Logan is consistently named among the best places in the state to live. It’s also known for its lively arts scene, providing visitors a wide variety of cultural experiences to enjoy.

  9. Why Logan, Utah, Should Be Your Next Winter Destination


    With plenty of snow, tons of outdoor recreational opportunities in the nearby mountains and canyons, and plenty of cozy in-town destinations, Logan, Utah, might just be the winter vacation spot you’ve been looking for.

  10. Geneva Basin - Backcountry Skiing


    Though it's been closed for decades, Geneva Pass Ski Area offers an out-of-the-way backcountry experience for skiers looking to avoid traffic—both on I-70 and in the lift line.

  11. Mammoth Cave National Park - Flat Water Paddling


    Mammoth Cave National Park is best known for its extensive cave system, but that’s not all the park has to offer. The Green River runs directly through the park, affording visitors canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and camping opportunities galore.

  12. North Table Loop - Trail Running


    Just fifteen miles from Denver—and with panoramic views of the city, the Flatirons, and everything in between—sun-splashed North Table Mountain is the perfect destination for trail runners who can't afford to let their winter training slip.

  13. Indian Staircase - Backpacking


    Explore the wild Red River Gorge with one of its most adventurous offerings: a literal staircase carved into the sandstone cliffs.

  14. How to Adventure on a Shoestring Budget

    Boulder, Denver

    You don't have to break the bank to have a grand old time in the outdoors. Here's your guide on how to adventure on a shoestring budget.

  15. Wilderness Road Campground - Camping


    Nestled in history-rich Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Wilderness Road Campground is an ideal adventure base camp.

  16. The Best Trail to Tavern Pairings in Denver


    With the third-highest number of microbreweries per capita in the country, it's no surprise Colorado's favorite recovery beverage is beer. Here are the best trail-to-tavern pairings in the Denver area.

  17. 5 Family-Friendly Outdoor Adventures in Beaver County


    In Beaver County, Utah, about 200 miles southwest of Salt Lake City, you’ll find plenty of outdoor adventure for the whole family, thanks to the county’s proximity to the stunning Tushar Mountains and southwestern Utah’s renowned Color Country.

  18. 3 Easy Ways to Give Back to the Outdoor Community


    It’s no secret that the trails we love require constant maintenance to stay in great shape. Here are 3 easy ways to give back to the outdoor community this season.

  19. How Crested Butte's Best Mountain Bike Trails Came to Be

    Crested Butte - Gunnison Valley

    Crested Butte's incredible mountain bike trails are some of the best in the world. With a history as intriguing as the trails themselves, the story behind their creation is worth a look.

  20. The 10 Best Places to Camp for Free in Northern California

    San Francisco

    It’s hard to think of a more satisfying way to spend a beautiful weekend than camping on one of Northern California’s spectacular array of public lands—except, perhaps, camping there for free.

  21. Complete Guide to Kentucky's National Parks

    Kentucky's National Parks are some of the best above and underground in the country. Besides Mammoth National Park, there are several historic park units in Kentucky.

  22. 5 Reasons Why Kentucky is a World-Class Destination for Cyclists

    Kentucky's bike-friendly attitude makes it easy to experience the state's scenic mountains, open pastures, and city streets from the seat of your bike.

  23. Powerline Trail - Hiking


    The Powerline Trail offers a glimpse of Alaskan wilderness just twenty minutes from downtown Anchorage.

  24. Cedar City's National Parks in the Off Season

    Cedar City

    Kolob Canyons are lesser-known, quieter corridor of Zion National Park, and they provide the perfect escape for a backcountry experience away from the national park crowds.

  25. 5 Reasons to Visit Alamosa: Not Your Typical Trip to Colorado


    Nestled in the heart of the San Luis Valley, Alamosa is a world away from the Front Range and a charming, eclectic town that's a perfect home base for exploring southern Colorado.