The state of Montana boasts over 100 mountain ranges, so it might come as no surprise that it’s one of the nation’s most popular mountain biking destinations. Incredible alpine lakes, epic downhill trails, and adrenaline-spiking singletrack make it a must for riders everywhere. We’ve put together a list of some of the best trails the […]

New England might be home to some of the smallest states in the country, but it also houses some of the most epic backcountry biking trails. From Maine to Connecticut there’s no shortage of singletrack and switchbacks to shred. When fall comes around it rivals any Western region trails you might read about. The Kingdom […]

Whilst many Americans might think the state of Texas ends at Austin, locals know that some of its greatest treasures are hidden westward in the Hill Country. The rolling hills of the Lone Star State are breathtakingly beautiful and offer incredible adventures for those willing to explore. Kayak the Medina The Medina River is a […]

Idaho is a bastion of alpine lakes, wildflower meadows, and stunning mountain vistas. Though not traditionally thought of as a must-see hiking destination, the state actually houses roughly 20,000 trails. The Gem State truly lives up to its nickname, by offering hidden gems just around every corner. Snake River Trail, Hells Canyon Idaho has no […]

The Midwest has a reputation for being more or less “flyover states.” The overwhelmingly flat landscape of our country’s central region doesn’t get much love, but if you take a peek underneath you’ll be fascinated by what you find. The Midwest has a large concentration of underground cave systems just waiting to be explored. Mammoth […]

Nevada’s dry, arid landscape might not sound like a suitable destination for SUP, but you might be surprised by some of the gems hiding here. There are dozens of excellent lakes and rivers to paddle on. Check out these five spots next time you’re in the state. Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe Incline Village might be […]

Alaska offers some of North America’s greatest fishing opportunities. Unfortunately, most of the state is so remote that the greatest fishing holes are hard to get to. But if you’re willing to make the trip, here are some of the best fly-in fishing spots to choose from. Alagnak River The Alagnak River is a designated […]

Maine’s 100-Mile Wilderness is northernmost portion of the Appalachian Trail and often considered one of the most rugged and remote regions along the hike. The vast area is home to hundreds of ponds, lakes, and mountain views to enjoy. You could spend a lifetime exploring it and probably never experience everything there is to see, […]

The high plains of Eastern Colorado might not offer much in the way of watering holes, but head toward the mountains and suddenly you’ll find that there’s plenty of lakes, rivers, and streams where you can take a dip. The northern half of the state is a kayaker’s dream, offering incredible waterways alongside some of […]

Arkansas might primarily be known as a trout fishing hotspot, but in recent years it’s been steadily building a remarkable reputation among cyclists. From paved street racing to backcountry mountain trails, there’s two-wheeled adventure around every corner of this state. Check out these incredible biking trails to see why Arkansas is a premier outdoor destination. […]