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Recent Camping Articles

  • Trekking to Waimanu Valley A small tent on the floor of Waimanu Valley as the morning sun comes up.The hike down to Waipi‘o and over the pali to Waimanu Valley is considered by many one of the top three treks in Hawaii. Here’s what you need to know to make the trip.
  • Hiking Kalopa Native Forest State Park and Recreation Area Kalopa State Recreation Area on a foggy day.Little used by tourists or residents, Kalopa Native Forest State Park and Recreation Area is a great place to get away from the coast and up into the hills.
  • Exploring New Mexico’s Dramatic Terrain Pale grasses surround a pool of water in the Valles Caldera National Preserve.Temperate climates, plain old “pretty” landscapes—who needs ’em? New Mexico’s extreme terrain, from stark lava beds to gleaming fields of gypsum, is much more exciting.
  • Experience Salento in Colombia’s Coffee Region Tall wax palms stretch above the verdant Valle de Cocora in Colombia's coffee region.On the western edge of the Parque Nacional Natural Los Nevados, the pueblo of Salento is one-stop shopping for those seeking a quintessential coffee region experience.
  • Vermont Travel Guide: Killington Resort and Vicinity Taking a gondola ride through fall foliage in Killington Vermont.Killington’s size and challenging terrain have made this the most popular ski resort in the East. In recent years, Killington has become more and more crowded, giving it the nickname “Beast of the East” in some circles. For the sheer difficulty and exhilaration of its terrain, however, it is arguably without equal east of the ...

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