Into Outside is excited to present Brain Power, a short film by Let It Ripple by Tiffany Shlain, who makes a great case for why youth – and everyone – need to take time to shut down and connect with nature.
Runnin’ In the Woods, a music video, shows the story of amazing 15 year-old ARC Program students who have faced their fears, climbed mountains, scaled rocks, communed with nature and discovered that […]
Now on Glossi, the photography of Adventure Risk Challenge youth in action by Amy Seidman during her scientific visualization artist fellowship are now on available in a special edition online […]
Feeding animals is another topic we should consider. Giving them food actually inhibits their survival as it causes them to become dependent on us and seek food sources from places other than their natural habitat.
You can visit Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks all year long. Two highways provide access to the parks. Both become the Generals Highway inside the parks’ boundaries and is often referred to as “the road […]
The Yosemite Wilderness, unlike many other areas in the Sierra, is accessible from a variety of roads and directions: Hwy 140, 120, and 49 from the west, and 120 (Tioga Road) from the east. Over 700 miles of trail […]