Public Lands

Continental Divide Trail (CDT)

Travel 3,100 miles along the Continental Divide all the way from the Mexico–New Mexico border to Glacier National Park at the Canadian border. Every year thousands visit the trail to day hike, horseback ride and enjoy the landscapes of the Rocky Mountains. Read More...

You’re Invited to Celebrate National Trails Day

We love getting out on the trail. But how often do we think about all of the work that goes into building and maintaining the trails we know and love? This National Trails Day, June 2, the American Hiking Society is asking all of us to take a moment to think differently about the places where we recreate. Read More...
California coast

The Lowdown on California’s Proposition 68

On June 5, Californians will vote on Proposition 68, a $4.1 billion bond measure that would fund environmental and restoration initiatives, and water infrastructure and flood protection projects across the state. In addition, the proposal sets aside $1.3 billion for rehabilitating and creating state and local parks. Read More...
Colorado National Monument

Your Guide to Visiting Colorado National Monument

Located high on the greater Colorado Plateau, Colorado National Monument features steep red rock canyons, towering monoliths and endless pinyon-juniper woodlands. The monument offers visitors a chance to explore the landscape in all sorts of ways, from camping and backpacking, to hiking, biking and rock climbing. Read More...