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'California'

A First Timer's Guide to Hiking the Tallest Mountain in the Contiguous U.S.

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

Why I Train for City Marathons on Mountain Trails

Why This Two-Time Olympian Trains in the Mountains for Marathons in Cities

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

An Experiment in Film Photography Among California's Fabled Alabama Hills

Experimental Film Photography Captures California's Desert Landscape in New Light

Tips, tricks, and thoughts on analog photography and why it's worth spending a lifetime to learn by Photographer Jason Corning

Afield Out Introduces Punk-Inspired Apparel for Outsiders

Afield Out Introduces Punk-Inspired Line for Outsiders

A look at the debut collection of outdoor apparel and equipment from the new California brand

1200 Miles Through the California Desert

1200 Miles Through the California Desert

Cold meals, long roads, and endless alien landscapes make this perfectly imperfect road trip one for the books

Weekend Bikepacking in Death Valley National Park

Photo Essay: Weekend Bikepacking in Death Valley National Park

Learning the true meaning of Murphy's Law over 52 miles of prime desert washboards

Exploring the Eastern Sierra by Van

Photo Essay: Vanlife Exploring in the Eastern Sierra

With walkie-talkies in hand two van-dwellers brave a late winter storm with campfire and hot springs as reward

Across the California Desert in 30 Hours

Video: 30 Hours in the California Desert

Filmmaker Brian Vernor captures a beautiful and brutal bike trip spanning 192 miles and 24k vertical feet of desert terrain on 16mm and Super 8 film

Desert Wanderings and Life Lessons

Photo Essay: Life Lessons and Desert Wanderings

A last-second road trip through California's remote arid landscapes reveals the value of spontaneity

Weekend Escape to Death Valley

Photo Essay: Weekend Escape to Death Valley

When too much work adds up, a spontaneous car camping trip is the perfect solution

Meet the Artists of CT8: Cabin-Time Lone Pine, CA

Meet the Artists of Roaming Creative Residency Cabin-Time: Lone Pine

14 artists descend on the remote Sierra Nevada landscape to live, work, create, and collaborate among nature

Overnight Exploring in Channel Islands National Park

Photo Essay: Camping in Channel Islands National Park

26 miles off the California coast exists an isolated and biodiverse haven unlike anywhere else on Earth

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