Hiking

Take Two Hikes And Call Me In The Morning

  |   May 10, 2010

Can a dose of nature cure what ails you?

Theresa Lizakowski

One Child’s Prescription—Nature

My first clue to how my nine-year-old son connected with the outdoors came about five years ago while on a visit to Grandpa’s farm. I watched one afternoon as the …

Leading Online Tool For Finding Terrific Outdoor Spaces and Events Near You

Hi readers, Your friends at NWF often worry about the recent trend of people (especially kids) spending too much time indoors.  We aren’t against people using the Internet (obviously) but …

Memories of Wild Places

A senior editor for Ranger Rick magazine shares her thoughts about the restorative powers of nature.

A Second Chance for Millions of Acres of Public Lands

Last week, I visited Piney Point Park in Maryland. It was cold and a little rainy, but it was also truly memorable to see bald cypress trees whose roots grew …

Join the Make Tracks Family Trail Weekend

Walk, bike, roll or stroll to a trail near you this Columbus Day Weekend (October 11-13th, 2008) for the first annual Make Tracks™ Family Trail Weekend! A new website by …

Hey America — Take A Walk!

You’ve probably been staring at this computer screen for awhile. Get up and stretch your legs! Wait! Before you do that–and I really think you should–let me put you in …

Bye Bye Bugs

Spending time outdoors is one of the best parts of summer in most parts of this country. Camping, hiking and combing the beach are all wonders of summer time, but …

Scaling Mountains: The Big Guy and the Monster

My friend, Justin, just climbed Denali and the official expedition name was “Big Guy and the Monster”. And Denali is, indeed, a monster! Seeing Justin’s amazing summit pictures made me …

We Are Part of a Larger Natural World

A guest post by Laurie Hoyle, Santa Barbara, CA In summer 1990, I backpacked about 55 miles in the Arctic Refuge starting from the Canning River, cutting through the Sadlerochit …

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