"Where to Live Now" - From Birmingham to Seattle to San Luis Obispo, I write about the best towns to call home.
Outside Magazine, July 2017
"How to Go Big" — Hailey Langland, teenage snowboard phenom, on mastering something you've never done before.
New York Times, May 2017
"Best Trips of 2017" — I write about a bar and bike shop in North Carolina and mountain-top yurts in Utah.
Outside Magazine, April 2017
"Sheltered" — Affordable housing in ski towns is gone. Can resort communities stop the crisis from running locals out of town?
Powder Magazine, December 2016
America will soon be treated to its first total solar eclipse in decades. Here's where to see it.
Above-the-ground tents—treehouse tents, rooftop tents and tricked-out hammocks—may be camping’s latest trend, but they’re also more practical than you think.
Maybe you don't want to live in a 200-square-foot house full-time, but you wouldn't mind vacationing in one.
The future of ski towns is at stake. With no place to live, the locals will vanish. And when there’s nobody left to do the jobs that need to get done—to stock the groceries or patrol the mountain or teach the children—what will happen then?
By her second day on the trail, 2-inch blisters bulged off both her ankles. The arid heatdried out her sinuses, causing her nose to drip a steady patter of blood into the dust.
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