Top 5 Most Viewed Articles of 2018

The Top 5 Most Popular Articles of 2018

From our guide to skiing Japan and experimental 35mm film photography to how to own a micro cabin designed by world famous architects, these stories are what you loved the most

A First Timer's Guide to Hiking America's Tallest Mountain

A Visual Guide to Hiking the Highest Peak in the Lower 48

35mm film photography and lessons learned from summiting California's 14,505 foot Mt. Whitney, top of the contiguous U.S.

Welcome to Field Mag 2.0

Welcome to Field Mag 2.0

Introducing the new and improved Field Mag—new design, refreshed logo, same great original content

Experimental Visions From Sweden’s Saint Anna Archipelago

35mm Film Experiments From Sweden’s St Anna Archipelago

Five meandering days spent kayak camping, star gazing, and forest bathing among the Baltic Sea's many private islands

On Forest Fires and the Importance of Being Flexible When Things Don’t Go According To Plan

On Forest Fires and the Importance of Being Flexible When Things Don’t Go According To Plan

Lessons learned from a last second, five-day backpacking trip through desolate Central Oregon

A SOBO Family Reunion Along the Pacific Crest Trail

Finding Solitude Hiking SOBO on the Pacific Crest Trail

Four old-timers trade city life for a few days in truly remote country in the heart of the Great Northwest

Film Photos From Montana's Legendary Going-to-the-Sun Road

Striking Landscapes as Seen From Montana's Most Scenic Road

Three days along Glacier National Park's alpine masterpiece, captured on black-and-white film

A Guide to the Iconic and Less Explored Wonders of Wyoming's Wind River Range

A Guide to Wyoming's Iconic and Less Explored Wind River Range

All the natural splendor and solitude one could ever want is waiting in the Shoshone National Forest

Why I Train for City Marathons on Mountain Trails

Why This Olympian Trains for Marathons in the Mountains

Olympic runner Sarah Attar on the profound effects of embracing nature as an athlete and artist

 Capturing the Faroe Islands' Serene and Rugged Beauty on 35mm Film

35mm Film Photographs Show the Faroe Islands Are What Iceland Once Was

Dramatic and unspoiled natural landscapes await far in the North Atlantic Ocean

Q&A: Moment Co-Founder Erik Hedberg

Q&A: Moment Co-Founder Erik Hedberg

Talking travel, startup life, and photography with the iPhone lens maker's creative lead, feature

Q&A: Filmmaker and Director of Vans LANDLINE Tanner Pendleton

Meet the Filmmaker Behind Vans Snowboarding's First Full Length Film

A conversation with the emerging filmmaker on the process of shooting a modern snowboard video almost entirely on 16mm film

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