People & Organizations
A new record for the fastest ascent of America’s highpoints was set with a time of 45 days, 19 hours and 2 minutes.
Got an outdoor idea or invention? Then get busy and enter the "Concept to Company" outdoor recreation innovation contest for $20,000.
Could your trail project benefit from additional funding? The American Hiking Society 2009 National Trails Fund is now open for applications.
Big City Mountaineers is seeking volunteers for its 2008 summer backpacking and paddling trips.
Denver schoolteacher Mike Haugen will attempt to climb to the highest point of each of the 50 states in 50 days or less.
A conservation easement will allow the PCT to be relocated from the floor of the Mojave Desert to the crest of the Tehachapi Mountains.
From Alaska’s Denali to Florida’s Britton Hill, climbers, hikers and walkers will set out to conquer the 50 highest peaks to raise awareness and funds for pediatric AIDS.
On March 21, GoLite’s president and co-founder, Demetri Coupounas, began hiking the Appalachian Trail carrying more than 120 pounds.
Backpacker's Summit for Someone, supporting Big City Mountaineers, announces three celebrity climb options for 2008.