As we begin slowly venturing out, it’s important to remember the seven principles of Leave No Trace. Read them, remember them, follow them and help protect our lands and wildlife.
Due to COVID-19, the National Parks Service has canceled the 2020 Denali and Mount Foraker climbing seasons. Registered mountaineers are eligible for full refunds.
When social distancing and self-isolation practices are over, make it a goal to tackle some of your outdoor goals. Take that road trip, get certified in an outdoor field, learn a new skill.
We’ve compiled a list of 7 autumn hiking destinations in the US and included trail guides and information on how to get around.
The North Face climbers David Lama, Jess Roskelley and Hansjörg Auer are presumed dead after an avalanche in the Canadian Rockies.
Ireland Walk Hike Bike created an infographic outlining some of the world’s best national parks, picking out one from each continent except Antarctica, which has none and whose territory is governed by parties to the Antarctic Treaty System. Let’s delve a little into these parks and some of the features that make them so attractive to visitors from around the globe.
The Richard Bass Seven Summits List is a list of the seven tallest mountains in each of the seven continents. Unlike Messner’s List, it only references mainland Australia, vs all of Oceania.
The Bass List comprises Everest, Aconcagua, Denali, Kilimanjaro, Elbrus, Kosciuszko and Vinson.
The Seven Summits are the 7 highest mountain peaks on each of the 7 continents – Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. The Seven Summits were first completed in 1986 by Patrick Morrow. However, the definition of the Seven Summits differs on how you view the borders of the world map, particularly with the difference being held within Europe and Australia since some don’t view the location of mount Elbrus in Russia as part of Europe or view Indonesia as part of Australia. This difference results in 4 possibilities for the Seven Summits: