He was a hiker and a backpacker, a Louisiana Master Naturalist, a YouTuber, and a devotee of Louisiana trails. He was a doting dad who
In hikers’ circles, Louisiana’s diverse and surprising terrain is frequently overlooked in favor of
Last year, when the coronavirus had just reached our shores and the full scope of
I have been trying to get back to the Appalachian Trail for years. The last time I camped overnight on the trail was in August
When I moved to Houston 17 years ago I had to do some research to find a trail of any decent length. There is the
I had been stressing for about an hour already. The mid-afternoon sun was beginning to turn the dark yellowish color that signals sunset is an hour or two away, and I couldn’t find a campsite.
This originally appeared in The Trek. Ambreen Tariq is a Muslim, an immigrant, an activist, and an outdoor enthusiast. She describes herself as a proud
This appeared first on The Trek. Eric Heber is an Alabama native who has lived in Louisiana for 18 years. He began hiking just seven