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Miles of Medicine

When war leads to trauma, trails may lead the way out. | By Charlie Wakenshaw

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Building Space for Everyone on Trail

This BIPOC trail crew faces racism, but they’ve also found the power of being together in community | By Zach Toliver

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How WTA Trail Crews Build Storm-Ready Trails to Last

Managing rain and water runoff is key to building and maintaining trails that will stand the test of time. Here's how we do it. | By Rachel Wendling

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The Journey Toward Trails for Everyone

by Charlie Lieu

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Fuel Your Hike With These Ready-To-Go Meals

Backpacking food has come a long way in recent years. Meals today are creative and delicious. We took prepared meals out on trail this fall to give them a try. Here are some of our favorites.

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Conservation & Social Justice: "We're All Traveling on the Same Trail"

Luis Villa, Executive Director of Latino Outdoors, reflects how a hike in Costa Rica sparked a new understanding of the connections between social and environmental movements.

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Hiking Toward Healing

Time on trail is helping me recover from years of trauma | By Pam McPeek

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How to Stay Healthy for a Lifetime on Trail

By Craig Romano

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Caring for Each Other on Trail

The skills we teach our crew leaders and volunteers can help cultivate a more welcoming trail community — whether on a work party or just out on your own. By Janée Romesberg

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My Hair Was Made for Wild Adventure

By Chelsea Murphy

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A Trail System at Work

Trail networks — which form endless loop and thru hike possibilities — can help us create the hiking experiences of our dreams | By Rachel Wendling

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Shaping the Future of Recreation in Snoquera

Snoquera offers endless opportunities for outdoor recreation | By Christina Hickman

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