Events

Celebrate National Trails Day on June 1

Join American Hiking Society and thousands of others on Saturday, June 1, for National Trails Day. Come together to explore, learn about, and celebrate America’s trails.

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1% for the Planet Announces Mad Marathon

1% for the Planet and the Mad Marathon are joining forces to host the first marathon dedicated to sustainability on July 7, 2013, in Vermont's Mad River Valley.

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Giving Thanks for Family, Friends, the Outdoors

Family, friends, mountains, rivers. What are you thankful for today and every day?

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Celebrate spacious skies and purple mountains

Happy 4th of July. Celebrate the majesty of spacious skies, purple mountains, and the trove of natural treasures found from sea to shining sea and beyond.

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Celebrate National Trails Day on June 2

On Saturday, June 2, thousands of TRAILgating parties will spring up across the country when American Hiking Society holds its 20th annual National Trails Day, a celebration of America’s trail system and its dedicated outdoor enthusiasts.

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Share Your Outdoor Events in New Community Forum

Trail races, hiking club gatherings, trail and climbing fests, backcountry film fests. Now you can share information about your outdoor events in a new Events forum on Trailspace.

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National Park Service Announces 2012 Fee-Free Days

To encourage Americans to explore America’s natural beauty, the National Park Service will waive admission fees on 17 days in 2012, starting Martin Luther King Weekend, January 14-16.

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State Parks offer First Day Hikes, Jan. 1

Start 2012 off on the right foot, or the left foot. Take a hike in one of America's state parks on New Year's Day, January 1.

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Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival

What's your vision of backcountry bliss? If it involves snowshoeing, nordic skiing, telemark skiing, or any other human-powered winter adventure, there's a film festival just for you.

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National Trails Day is Saturday, June 4

This Saturday, June 4, is National Trails Day and outdoor events are happening all weekend around the country.

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It's "Don't Fry Day": Shirt, sunscreen, hat required

Today, the Friday before Memorial Day, is designated "Don’t Fry Day" by the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention.

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Find the $15,000 Gear Stash in North America

There are so many gear contests out there, we tend to skip over most. But FindTheGO is worth mentioning, because somewhere in North America is hidden...

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Get Dirty on National Trails Day, says Mike Rowe

American Hiking Society celebrates National Trails Day on Saturday, June 4, and Mike Rowe of "Dirty Jobs" is encouraging all Americans to hit the trail and get dirty.

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Celebrate National Park Week April 16-24

National Park Week starts this Saturday, April 16, and runs through Sunday, April 24. Many national parks offer special events and activities like guided...

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"John Muir in the New World" on PBS April 18

John Muir is getting the American Masters treatment on PBS. John Muir in the New World will air on Monday, April 18, at 9 p.

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