Scott Jurek makes a career-capping comeback to break the Appalachian Trail speed record.
Once a month we throw our contributors for a loop with a different question about their lives in the outdoors. This month we asked about childhood dream jobs. Here’s what they had to say.
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Ocoee River ransomed by TVA
Eastern cougar declared extinct • Tour de Pour • Bikers bare al • 500-pound marathoner
Cyclist’s Ally Stacher’s go-to gear
New grooves from our neck of the woods
Hike the A.T., scuba dive, ice climb, paddle rivers for college credit. Check out the 32 best college courses and outdoor offerings in the Southeast.
Get paid to do what you love. Meet six outdoor enthusiasts who have made their dream jobs a reality.
Previous A.T. record holder Jennifer Pharr Davis shares her thoughts on Scott Jurek’s new mark.
Four cyclists pedal 60 miles of Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail., visiting distilleries along the way. On paper, it sounds awesome. In reality, it’s even better.
Scuba diving in Southern Appalachia can be full of surprises—including shipwrecks, flooded towns, and underwater poker games.