The National Park Issue

Only you can prevent forest fires.

Weeks of fending off picnic-basket feening bears and attempting to navigate via moss have resulted in the release of The National Park Issue. 170 pages of tips for what to do if you see a bear. A celebration of Indigenous methods for land restoration and maintenance. And several dads explain how to make the most out of a camping trip.

Perspectives

Perspectives

Views From Inside the Park Cover Photo: Alex Krowiak // Glacier Bay National Park, AK Nature consistently delivers the awe. And for photographers trying…
The Red Hat Man

The Red Hat Man

An interview with thoughtful adventurer, outdoor advocate, and Explorers Club member J.R. Harris. The Red Hat Man sounds like a good bedtime story for most…
Several Dad’s Advice on What to Bring Camping

Several Dad’s Advice on What to Bring Camping

All Terrain Edition Illustrated by Alex Balosie The Whalebone R&D team went through an extensive amount of research to compile the definitive list of…
The Do’s & The Don’ts

The Do’s & The Don’ts

A few things the National Park Service wants you to know before you go. If we were the ones who made the rules, there’d…
Take a Hike Field Guide

Take a Hike Field Guide

How to hike like someone with 9,000MI of experience. Or close to it… By Henri de la Vega If you could truthfully say you…
Parkitecture

Parkitecture

Into the Woods with Accidentally Wes Anderson During the time of lengthy frocks and knee-high socks, getting outside was suddenly in vogue. The late…
What’s in the Backpack

What’s in the Backpack

Take a hike with the humans behind Fjällräven  Pretty often now you’ll see a few brands wanting to reinvent the wheel—certainly nothing wrong with…
The Meaning of Co-Management

The Meaning of Co-Management

How the National Park Service and Indigenous People are Working Together in 2022 and Beyond. In any discussion or any entire magazine dedicated to…
Are You For Scuba?

Are You For Scuba?

Diving Into the Underwater Realms of National Parks When people think of national parks, odds are they think of the American Midwest and mountains…
Betty and Leah

Betty and Leah

The Nation’s Oldest-living Park Ranger and living Trailblazer sits down with activist Leah Thomas  In March 2022, Betty Reid Soskin retired as the oldest…
National Park Legends

National Park Legends

Not your average campfire story If you stumble across a magazine with a green cover and the words “National Park Issue” written across the…