The South’s Best Kept Secrets
The most spectacular ice climbing crags and frozen falls are known to only a trusted few.
Polar Plunges are too chill for these cold-hearted masochists who wade into the frigid Chesapeake 24 times in 24 hours.
Cold and wet conditions are the biggest killers, especially in Southern Appalachia. Backcountry Search and Rescue leader and winter survivalist Andrew Herrington can help you save yourself.
Catch up with three of the Blue Ridge’s best athletes from yesteryear: mountain biker Sue Haywood, ultra runner Anne Riddle, and paddler Lecky Haller.
Most imagine California’s High Sierra, but Southern Appalachia also boasts a John Muir Trail that retraces the legendary conservationist’s epic journey through Appalachia. Our JMT is not quite as well-known (or well-groomed).
How did downhill biking phenom Neko Mullaly rediscover his mountain biking mojo? He built a bike park.