Last year, The Collective Quarterly hosted a summit for photographers and visual artists a Chico Hot Springs in Montana.
With temperatures topping out above 120 degrees at times, having a swimming pool was a necessity in the desert. Now, skaters hunt them with a different purpose in mind.
The Rambler's Guide to Penobscot Bay explores the midcoast's best place to sleep.
An Italian family welcomes an American traveler to lend a hand during picking season.
The relationship between car and driver is tested when Sam and Scout drive from Traverse City, Michigan, to Bozeman, Montana.
Two youthful pioneers and an abysmal attempt at cycling.
An East Coast native finds home in Big Sky Country.
An overland excursion to Ozark National Forest in Arkansas
Mendocino to Timber Cove. Distance: 96.7 miles; elevation: 12,166 feet. The magical Sonoma coastline has the ability to transport you back to a different time completely.
Hard working hands of the young farmers revolution in North America pursue values of dedication, mutual respect, and social awareness.
Inspired by familiar landscapes, a photographer in Vermont and a writer in Illinois craft a piece in the spirit of wintertime
A group of friends load up their motorcycles and set off from Ohio to South America on a trip filled with with plenty of crashes, misdirection, and going with the flow.
Route: 79 miles + 9,108 ft. On Paper, this day looked like a breeze, but after coming off of one of the hardest rides of my life (both mentally and physically) I struggled the most on this day.
When a wwoofing experience falls short, a french couple finds beauty in the Norwegian country side through trust and spontaneity.
Route: Ferndale, CA, to Garberville, CA. Distance: 97 miles. Elevation: 11,250. Speeding down Lost Coast Road and the Avenue of the Giants.
Route: Klamath, CA to Ferndale, CA. Distance: 90.9 miles. Elevation: 5,458ft. The closer we got to Eureka, the more we realized it was going to be a struggle.
A renegade gathering dreamed up by the wilderness perfumers of Juniper Ridge deep in the desert of California
Destination: Gold Beach, OR, to Klamath, CA. Distance: 87 miles. Elevation: 6,650 feet. This stretch of the Oregon coast is as rugged as it gets.
The kids of the Cook Islands spend the last sunlit hours of each day jumping off the pier—eschewing screen time in favor of dirty feet and belly flops.
Bandon, OR, to Gold Beach, OR. Distance: 88 miles. Elevation: 5,000 feet. If I'd been traveling by car, I never would have stumbled upon this wild terrain.