Dramatic views are the reward, but Palmer’s famous mountain can be enjoyed quite nicely from the safety of your driveway, too.
Spending the summer camping while renting your house to others pays off with extra cash — and a slew of experiences you may otherwise miss.
Preparing and completing a 26.2-mile race is arduous, but it’s also addicting.
Being eye-level with the river for 90 miles is a glorious experience, even for someone easily spooked by powerful water.
Despite endless rain and various discomforts, trekking through the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge exceeds expectations.
Before a 10-day escape to the wilderness, there are weeks of second-guessing and what-ifs while preparing for it.
From weeding to thinning to combating slugs, columnist Alli Harvey finds a lot not to like about gardening.
Sometimes the parts of life you work so hard to keep separate braid together quite nicely.
Summer is always a manic time for adventure-loving Alaskans, and this year seems more frenzied than ever.
Fuel up, power down, explore and enjoy all that you’ll find in this amazing corner of the world.
There’s no place like home — even when that feeling of “home” isn’t tethered to a physical place.
Words to the wise: Get water and gas at every opportunity when vacationing by van.
A winter of burpees and balaclavas pays off with the fitness needed to climb and hike in the desert.
And so could the thought of having to replace an entire wardrobe.
You don’t need a watch or a Strava account, writes columnist Alli Harvey. You just need to be comfortable with your own pace.