Ethan Shaw

Chicago, Portland, Yellowstone National Park, Tucson, Miami, Mobile, New Orleans, Providence, Congaree National Park, Everglades National Park, Olympic National Park, Seattle, Rainier National Park, Badlands National Park, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Mammoth Cave National Park, Flagstaff, Boise, Albuquerque, Denver/Boulder, Charleston

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  1. Do You Know Your Mountain Trivia?

    From the fundamentals, like highest and most prominent, to the obscure little tidbits and other random stuff in between, here’s a brief breakdown of some of America’s best mountains (for one reason or another).

  2. On Being Lost in the Backcountry


    Getting lost in the wilderness is a frightening experience, no question—it’s also just about inevitable every once in awhile. Here are some things you should know.

  3. A Tour of America's Greatest Swamps


    There aren’t many landscapes that so embody “wild” as a swamp: dark, waterlogged, chirring with insects and primeval reptilian creatures. Here, we take a mucky tour of some of the most important swamps in America

  4. The Matterhorns of North America

    You don't have to venture all the way to the Alps to experience the majesty of a matterhorn: There are plenty of these epic peaks right here in North America.

  5. Hiding in Plain Sight: Discovering Your Neighborhood’s Wild Roots

    When you can't get away for a weekend in the mountains, here's how to discover an adventure right in your own backyard.

  6. North America's Most Fascinating (Non-Eclipse) Natural Phenomena


    Here, we’ve pulled together a motley lineup of mesmerizing natural phenomena worthy of anyone's bucket list.