A climate-controlled office is no rival for a day on the ice, no matter what the thermometer is reading.
Alaska is a winter wonderland for those who are properly prepared. But it can be miserable, cold and dark for those who aren’t.
Whether you want to ski, skate or snowmachine, there are plenty of options for getting outside in the next few days.
Columnist Steve Meyers explains his reverence for the iconic mammal and his unrealized dream hunt.
Temperatures around minus 19 discouraged columnist Alli Harvey from making her scheduled run. But a plucky running partner and plenty of gear helped her get on the road.
Columnist Christine Cunningham reflects on how her chocolate Labrador Rigby’s embrace of new experiences has brought more enthusiasm to her life.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier explains patience may just be the principal virtue when it comes to hunting, fishing and trapping.
Columnist Alli Harvey writes about how her outdoor experiences have guided her ambitions and goals.
Columnist Alli Harvey is working on mindfulness, but spooky surroundings sometimes make it a challenge.
A proposal to relocate Sitka black-tailed deer into areas crisscrossed with roads, farms and established wildlife populations may ultimately cause more problems than it’s worth, says an internal report from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Columnist Steve Meyer said trappers are generally very cognizant of dogs and other user groups but it’s always smart to be prepared and take precaution.
It can provide a bridge for rural travel but can also be potentially risky to cross depending on conditions, according to columnist John Schandelmeier.
Jason Lance reported that another climber was experiencing shock and hypothermia in order to prompt a helicopter rescue, federal charges said.
When a house guest came down with COVID, columnist Alli Harvey knew it might test both immune systems and relationships. But the guests and the hosts came through stronger.
Each breed is different, and so is each dog. But some techniques are universal, according to columnist John Schandelmeier.
The birds are smart and attractive, but can also be a hazard for other avian species and the environment.
While most hunts go off without a hitch, changing weather conditions and the near-constant threat of cold water can inject risk.
The rescue team’s repeated calls were declined, so an hours-long search was launched.
Early trips to the blind were a murky chore, but now columnist Christine Cunningham looks forward to making new memories.
In the midst of a camper van trip, outdoors columnist Alli Harvey and her husband were beating the bushes to find a spot to clean up for her stepdaughter’s graduation ceremony.