Ryan Wichelns

Portland, Portland, New York City, Burlington

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  1. Insider’s Guide to Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument


    Tucked in a remote corner of Maine’s deep north woods, the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument defines the ruggedness of the northeast, offering visitors 87,000 acres of steep, densely-wooded mountains.

  2. The Best of the Columbia River Gorge


    The Columbia River cuts a deep gash in the Cascades, creating an adventure-filled alleyway home to towering waterfalls, spectacular cliffs, and near-endless hiking opportunities.

  3. A Sit Down with Maddie Miller: The 21-Year-Old State Highpoint Speed Record Holder

    New York City

    For most college seniors, their last summer of undergrad is a chance to relax and get ready for adult life but 21-year-old Maddie Miller isn’t most college students.

  4. The Legend of Yellow-Yellow: New York's Most Infamous Bear

    New York City

    Known for her uncanny ability to steal backpacks and open bear canisters like a human, this is the story of Yellow-Yellow (and how her legacy still lives on).

  5. A Crash Course in Adirondack Herd Paths

    New York City

    To reach the highest points in the Adirondacks, don't expect a trail. Here's your guide to the Adirondack Herd Paths.

  6. How to Thru-Hike the 133-Mile Northville-Placid Trail

    New York City

    Planning a thru-hike of the Northville-Placid Trail? Here's your guide to Adirondack Park's most epic and all-encompassing footpath.

  7. The 10 Best Day Hikes in the Adirondack High Peaks

    New York City

    Upstate New York’s Adirondacks are home to 46 “High Peaks” that make up a cherished and historic list. Here are the 10 all-around best for day hiking.

  8. The Curious Case of the "Bennington Triangle"


    Between 1945 and 1950, a number of hikers went missing along a section of Vermont's Long Trail now known as the "Bennington Triangle." This is their story.