Along the 120-mile-long "Path of the Pronghorn," migrating animals cross rivers, dodge traffic, battle blizzards and navigate the infrastructure of Wyoming energy development.
by Emilene Ostlind,
Jan 04, 2012
In the nine essays gathered in her new book, Hiking Alone,
poet and artist Mary Beath celebrates nature from the point of view
of an independent woman.
by Irene Wanner,
Jun 23, 2008
Grand Canyon air tours are fun, the way Las Vegas is fun, but one of the world’s natural wonders should not be treated like a sideshow.
by Ray Ring,
Jun 12, 2011
Cheryl Strayed's memoir Wild describes her arduous trek along the Pacific Crest Trail as she seeks to recover from life-changing grief.
by Melissa Hart,
Mar 18, 2012
Stephen Maurer came to the West from Hungary, where he was
a freedom fighter, and has devoted the past 50 years to fighting on
behalf of Western public lands
by Laura Paskus,
Feb 06, 2006
A "gay, wolf-loving, tree-hugging former Marine" writes
about Brokeback Mountain, elk hunting, and his own lifelong
experience with shame and prejudice
by David Stalling,
Mar 06, 2006
In The Hayduke Trail, Joe Mitchell and Mike Coronella give you all the information – and motivation – you’ll need to set off on foot into the Canyon Country
May 16, 2005
In The Way Out, Craig Childs tells the
true story of how he and a friend explored a Utah desert and, at
the same time, journeyed through their own memories
by Lee Ross,
Jul 25, 2005
A lawsuit raises questions about how far environmentalists should go to keep wilderness 'untrammeled.'
by Nathan Rice,
Jan 24, 2012
A hunter-backpacker examines the divides between user groups.
by Brendan Buzzard,
Nov 08, 2013