Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier advocates for a more nimble response when climatic and other factors affect populations.
Advocates say the Muktuk Marston-Hunter Pass trail project will give a populace hungry for outdoor recreation a new way to reach Anchorage area alpine terrain. But neighbors of the Hunter Pass portion of the trail say they’re already swamped with visitors.
Four buildings have been targeted for rejuvenation and preservation. The mine was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 and was transferred to the state in 1980.
Columnist Alli Harvey has found that when she focuses on where she wants to be, her body and mind naturally follow.
Outdoors columnist Steve Meyer advocates for taking the road less traveled in the outdoors, even if it doesn’t always turn out as planned.
Outdoor columnist John Schandelmeier braved the crowds to give his view from high atop the Ferris wheel.
Outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier gives tips on where to locate your fire, how to prepare your materials and what pitfalls to avoid.
Outdoors columnist Alli Harvey explains how she feels after returning from a long trip and how she takes a necessary reset.
Q&A: Brooke Merrell is the first woman to serve as superintendent in Denali National Park’s 105-year history.
“She said, ‘Do you want to go hunt for a leg?’ and I’m like, ‘Let’s do it. Let’s go find some treasure.’ "
The 2022 race had initially been postponed after race directors determined the course’s main river crossing to be unsafe.
Salmon, seagulls, people and nets make the scene on the beach a familiar yet unforgettable sight.
Taking advice from a friend, Alli Harvey hit the Cassiar and found a new favorite route for driving into and out of Alaska.
Columnist John Schandelmeier writes that even during record runs, mechanical issues and just plain old bad luck can remove some of the luster.
After a gap in Jeep ownership in the family, columnist Steve Meyer said the vehicle has brought back an enthusiasm for adventure.
With the Eagle River running higher and wider than usual, race organizers are pushing back the nearly 23-mile backcountry marathon from Girdwood to the Eagle River Nature Center.
Columnist John Schandelmeier goes through the methods, from simple truck camping to the pared-back style of an outing on a boat or hunt.
Columnist Steve Meyer writes about his special connection to his father’s rifle and how he intends to honor his father by using it.
Columnist Alli Harvey finally had a day completely to herself, a rare but welcome experience.
Everyone over age 2 must wear a snug-fitting mask over their nose and chin while inside park buildings starting Friday.
The Arctic Orienteering Club meets weekly and offers courses suitable for everyone from novices to top-level navigators.
The fishery runs from Sunday though July 31.
Columnist John Schandelmeier writes about the transition from the early days of fishing with traps and primitive nets to the modern machinery used to fish in Alaska’s premier sockeye salmon fishery.