Roll down the windows and kick some tunes: our July issue features six favorite road trips packed with island-hopping, crag-crushing, whitewater shredding, two-wheeled touring adventures for everyone. We also investigate the coal ash ponds threatening most of our readers’ drinking water and offer ten concrete actions that really can make a difference. Also in this month’s issue are stories about street fishing, authentic moonshine, car camping gear, and skirt-wearing outdoorsmen.
THE OPEN ROAD
Roll down the windows and kick some tunes: our six favorite road trips are packed with island-hopping, crag-crushing, whitewater shredding, two-wheeled touring adventures for everyone.
10 WAYS THAT WORK
Ten concrete steps everyone can take to improve the health of our delicate blue-green orb.
SMOKE IN THE WATER
What’s in your drinking water? Toxic coal ash threatens your tap.
LAST OF THE WILD
A wilderness seeker wanders into one of the few remaining dark spots on the map.
A mountain man fights to save his creek—and his life—with a new vision for rural Appalachia.
The best way to save the planet: save your health.
More wilderness in the South?
Car camping essentials
Reed Turchi’s gritty Appalachian blues