Celebrate National Trails Day with us by taking the #NationalTrailsDay Pledge!
Join 52 Hike Challenge and the American Hiking Society on Saturday, June 5 (National Trails Day 2021) to leave the trail better than you found it. Get tips for your clean-up hike and find out how you can give back to the trails that give so much to you.
April is Earth Month, and Earth Day is coming up on April 22nd.
Now is the perfect time to think about how you can give back to our planet and celebrate Mother Earth.
We know the world still looks a little different this year, but that doesn't mean you can’t take part! You can practice Earth appreciation from home or while recreating responsibly.
This year, the theme for Earth Day 2021 is “Restore the Earth.”
In this blog, you will find ways to educate yourself and take action toward protecting our planet. Plus, you’ll also learn how to practice “Earthing” and get an opportunity to win some eco-minded products!
Keep reading to discover lots of unique ways to connect with Earth this year.
March is Women’s History Month!
To celebrate, we are highlighting some of the most influential women in the wilderness.
Keep reading to learn about Female Founders, Thought Leaders, Community Builders, and Pioneers in the Outdoors.
Depending on where you live, your local trails might be closed this Earth Day.
And as disappointing as that may be, there are still some small things you can do to feel connected to nature and show your respects.
Here are 11 things you can do to celebrate Earth Day, even if you can’t go hiking. #idratherbehiking
There’s nothing quite like a good hike to clear the brain, recharge, take in the views and get those muscles working.
But with endless options of great hiking trails all over the U.S., it can be difficult to decide which one to tackle next. Of course, we all have our bucket list hikes, but there are some unique ones out there that might just offer you a fresh perspective — fire lookouts.
Are you a hiker?
Do you know what the 7 Leave No Trace Principles are?
If you're taking on the 52 Hike Challenge, you should know these important guidelines. Think of the Leave No Trace Principles as a way to help you and your hiking buddies minimize your impact on wild spaces and protect the great outdoors. That way, we can all continue to enjoy nature for many years to come.
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