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Jay Ell Alexander Wants To Dispel The Myth That Black Women Don’t Run

“In our communities, it’s important to show Black women do run, that we care about our health.”

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Evelynn Escobar Wants BIWOC To Celebrate Nature’s Healing Power

The Hike Clerb founder explains the importance of reconnecting to nature.

By Marilyn La Jeunesse

The Guide To Discovering Your Trail, No Matter What That Means For You

Adventure awaits.

By Erin Kelly

4 Ways The North Face Is Making The Outdoors More Accessible

They’re helping more people than ever to discover their trail.

By Erin Kelly

Your Guide To Inclusive Hiking Across The U.S.

Seven clubs to check out ASAP.

By Jessica Estrada

The Case For Hiking Dates

On looking for a partner who can weather the extreme weather.

By Ginny Hogan

The Benefits Of Going On A "Hot Girl Walk"

This trend is a vibe.

By Carolyn Steber

I Never Liked Running — Until I Tried Couch To 5K

Here's everything you need to know about the training plan.

By Danielle Sinay
Chill Chat

Why Cynthia Erivo Is Really, Really Into Running

The actor shares the rituals that keep her grounded.

By Emma Carey

Apple's Time To Walk Has Totally Leveled Up My WFH Life

And helped absolve some of my remote office-induced loneliness.

By Rachel Lapidos

17 Fitness Products Perfect For Your Outdoor Summer Workouts

From a weighted hula hoop to smart goggles.

By Kathleen Ferraro

14 Hours With A TikToker On The Appalachian Trail

Shannon, 25, shares her thru-hiking experience on TikTok. Here’s what a normal day looks like.

By Kaitlyn Wylde

45 Genius Things That Make Spending Time Outside More Comfortable & Fun

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By Cliché Wynter

A Non-Camper’s Guide To Winter Camping

Plus, exactly what to pack.

By Rae Witte

5 Ways Being In Nature Changes Your Brain, According To Science

By Sanam Yar and JR Thorpe