Whether you are visiting one state, or driving across the country, here are the best sites to see in each state. From mushroom rocks to volcanoes, each state features a unique or pristine geological wonder that is worth exploring. Alabama Alabama’s Gulf Coast is breathtaking. Enjoy stunning sunrises and succulent […]
In December of last year, a report was published by the National Resource Defense Council and Protect Our Winters, that was supposed to rock the ski resort industry. You’d think that a report called Climate Impacts on the Winter Tourism Economy would be taken seriously by the ski resort community […]
Dam removal is a hot topic in the outdoors industry. In areas all across the country, city, state, and federal officials are mulling over the perceived benefits of dams and asking hard questions about their future. A central question in all of these discussions is how the area will make-up […]
Long renowned as a popular weekend destination for British beach-combers, the Island of Sark — smallest among the Channel Islands that separate U.K. from France — quietly made environmental history two years ago by becoming the world’s first ‘Dark Sky’ island community.
After many long months of planning, creating, and executing, we are so proud to bring you…Tadaaa…The Outdoor Nation blog! Please help us spread the word through FB and Twitter (we will be eternally grateful!) This publication will focus on three things – policy issues that affect the outdoors (Sally Jewell, […]
When our National Parks were created, their boundaries encompassed some of the most desolate, dangerous and inhospitable areas in the country, which all but guaranteed their pristine nature. But today, there remains nearly 12,000 private property parcels in our National Park system. While that only comprises three percent of the […]
Chasing Ice is a project by Adam LeWinter and Jeff Orlowski to find the last remaining natural ice sculptures and document their eternal disappearance. This scene was filmed at the Ilulissat Glacier in Western Greenland. The ice breakup, known as calving, lasted for 75 minutes. The glacier retreated a full […]