If you’ve done any bushwhacking around the Southwest, chances are you’ve had at least a couple unhappy collisions with one of the many species of cholla that thrive out here.
Want to make a real discovery? Maybe you should head underground.Read more "Caves: The Truly Unexplored Places"
Greenpeace has been all over the news for damaging the desert varnish around a famous Nazca Line figure. What’s the big deal?Read more "What’s The Deal With Desert Varnish?"
If you’re in Gallup and want a mellow hike that’s steeped in Pre-Columbian history, check out Cliff Dwellers Canyon. Oh yeah, there’s some climbing here too.Read more "Go And Do Likewise: Cliff Dwellers Canyon"
Just off Historic Route 66, tucked behind the giant walls of the White Cliffs, signs of Ancestral Puebloan life are frozen in time.Read more "A Jaunt Up Cliff Dwellers Canyon"
In an era of crowdsourced beta, it’s not every day you stumble upon an unpublicized outdoor paradise.Read more "Trigo Canyon, Part 1: A First Voyage Into The Manzanos"
Many of us can’t help but forsake the comfort of home for the challenges of exploration. Why is it that we keep pushing farther and farther?Read more "Farther Still"