Exploring the hottest place on Earth; an ultra-marathoner runs in the summer heat; the mayor of a town of one; an elder of the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe.
Venturing into the wilds of Idaho to explore its evolving outdoor culture; ranchers and backcountry pilots share the wilderness with resettled refugees; how climate change impacts an age-old salmon fishery.
Exploring how people connect with the outdoors in Los Angeles; kayakers save a polluted river; Black surfers.
How the people of Appalachia see and interact with nature; a record-breaking hiker; former coal miners raise bees; activists work to make the outdoors accessible to all.
Trekking along the coast of North Carolina and exploring a daunting swamp, soaring above the dunes on a Wright Brothers glider and tracking wild horses on the beach.
Minnesota's Arrowhead Region, one of the last places to hike and paddle into remote wilderness; birders and harvesters of wild rice explain why wilderness means so much.
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