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Gear Review: Snow Peak Hybrid Trail Cookset

Snowpeak Hybrid Trail CooksetSome of the most important features of trail cookware are portability and functionality, and the Snow Peak Hybrid Trail Cookset offers both of these.

Find fall foliage near you with a new website from the Forest Service

View of the Swift River from the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest during peak autumn colors.Watching the fall colors change is a favorite seasonal rite of passage for outdoor enthusiasts across the country.

FREE Entry to Parks on National Public Lands Day 2013

Image: Removing litter along Lake Granby, located in the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests in Colorado. Photographer: Myra SommervilleGet out your hiking boots and prepare for a free and fun Saturday in the great outdoors. National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is September 28, 2013 and allows visitors to gain FREE entrance to select national parks and public lands.

Share your Favorite Nighttime Shots in our #MyNightSky Photo Contest

#MyNightSky Photo ContestCalling all nighttime outdoor enthusiasts: Show us your night sky! Gather your favorite night sky photos or get out there and take some, because we've teamed up with our friends at Celestron to bring you the ultimate night sky photo contest.

Great Pennsylvania Hikes

Lace up your hiking boots and get ready for adventure! Pennsylvania is known for its mountainous, natural beauty and boasts some great places for hiking. If you’re looking for day hikes in Pennsylvania, look no further than the Appalachian Trail and Bushkill Falls.

Destination: Drive-Through Trees

Years ago, curious nature enthusiasts started a trend by carving holes in the trees they wished to study. These holes were large enough for cars to drive through, giving viewers a totally new perspective on trees.

National Park Service Celebrates 97th Birthday

On August 25, 1916, the United States became the first country to set aside some of its most beautiful places for the whole country to cherish and enjoy. The National Park Service was created under Woodrow Wilson and the 64th Congress to care for, protect and promote all of the national parks throughout the country.

Species Spotlight: Armadillo

Of the 20 surviving varieties of the world’s armadillos, only one species can be found in the United States. While the nine-banded armadillo’s population is increasing, many of its cousins in Latin America are threatened, over-hunted and used for traditional dishes.

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