A photographer and videographer embarks on a grand adventure climbing and snowboarding a dozen volcanoes across three states behind the trusty wheel of his customized school bus   Nick Cahill swings open the cantilevered glass doors of his 1988 Thomas Built Mighty Mite and steps into the...

A backcountry snowboarding adventure in the Arc Dome Wilderness inspires a reflection on some unusual history in a remote Nevada mountain range   The washboard-infested road demands attention, but I can’t help but stare in the rearview mirror. The eastern horizon is on fire with the last...

California is home to some of the biggest trees in the world. Redwoods, Douglas firs and Sitka spruces that tower over the lush forests of the north coast. Giant sequoias of incomprehensible girth scattered across disparate groves of the Sierra Nevada. Stately sugar pines stretching...

For as long as organisms have roamed earth, there have been trails—pathways connecting one point to another for animals to find food, water and shelter. As human life evolved, so did trail networks, with early inhabitants sharing dirt pathways with animals in the quest for survival....

Decades-old photographs of childhood summers spent on Lake Tahoe may have faded over the years, but chances are good that the memories still shine in vivid color: impossibly blue skies rivaled only by the even more impossibly blue water below, glaring red nylon swim trunks,...

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