The July Issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors is On Stands Now: Road Trip!

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.

Stand with that Mountain

Jay Erskine Leutze was living a simple life in the mountains of western North Carolina when he was drawn into a battle against the operators of a proposed gravel quarry very close to the Appalachian Trail (A.T.) in the Roan Highlands near his home.

UFOs, Bigfoot, and the Brown Mountain Lights

The paranormal is more than a Halloween prank to Josh Warren. It’s the final frontier of exploration.

On the Road

John Regan is a trucker with a passion for the outdoors. Prepare yourself for envy.

Sad Week in the Outdoor Community

The outdoor community lost two pioneers this week as Sims Snowboard founder Tom Sims and kayaker Jeff West both moved on.

Twice an Angel

Thighs burning and looking for a grocery store, Bikecentennial adventure cyclists found a woman named June Curry.