A Thanksgiving road trip through North Carolina’s famous Outer Banks, with an emphasis on national park units and outdoor activities, including Wright Brothers NM, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, and bridgeless Ocracoke Island. Continue reading at Blue Ridge Outdoors!
While the area may never be a riding destination like Pisgah or Moab, with trails like the Hulk, Browns Creek, and Blue Clay, and forests like Lewis Ocean Bay and Francis Marion, it’s an exciting time for mountain biking on the Coastal Plain. Continue reading at Blue Ridge Outdoors!
There’s more outdoor adventures than people realize–including hiking, biking, and paddling around Francis Marion National Forest–in this overlooked stretch of South Carolina Low Country. Continue reading at Blue Ridge Outdoors!
Tracing a lifetime of adventures on the water in 25 boats, with classic appearances by everything from massive old-school river runners to tiny playboats. Cameos by a sit-on-top sea kayak, an aggressive sea lion, & one very judgemental sea turtle… Continue reading at Blue Ridge Outdoors!
From Arkansas to Wyoming, these abandoned ghost towns are packed with history and located on stunning public land. For some of them, it’s an adventure just to reach them… Continue reading at outsideonline.com!
Learn about Fort Smith National Historic Site, U.S. Marshall Bass Reeves, the “Hanging Judge” Isaac Parker, and The Unexpected–a series of stunning murals throughout this city in Northwest Arkansas. Read more in Terrain Magazine!
“One minute we were driving through the rolling hills of rural Georgia. The next minute the bottom dropped away, and a valley appeared below. This sudden burst of topography, just west of Lumpkin, Ga., foreshadowed our arrival at Providence Canyon State Park...” Continue reading at Blue Ridge Outdoors!
“The first smack to the face feels like an ambush. I windmill my arms, untangling myself from a dense spider web. I swat silk from my hair and neck. Hoping the sneaky web-maker didn’t hop inside, I flip open the hood of my hiking shirt. Before I think to stop walking, I stumble through another web and repeat the entire process. I’m hiking the Whites Creek Trail through dense woods of the Irish Wilderness in the southeastern Missouri Ozarks…” Continue reading in Terrain Magazine!