His entire life, Albert Dragon always dreamed of hiking the Appalachian Trail. He didn’t start until he was in his 60s and it took him five years to hike all 2,184 miles but he did it. Find out his tips for making your own dreams come true.
One woman made the journey through despair and transformed into someone fully alive. Cheryl Strayed writes about those experiences in her book, “Wild,” and it’s caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey.
Wilderness adventurer John Davis is on a mission to restore and protect our wildlife habitats. To make his point, he just completed a 7,500-mile journey using nothing but manpower. Find out how he thinks he big trip will make a difference.
Just surviving Stage 4 lung cancer would be enough for some, but John Casterline has a plan to make a difference. He’s setting out on a 2,650-mile backpacking trek to raise money and awareness for one of the deadliest forms of cancer.
Veteran television reporter Sally Kidd is also a triathlete who is about to combine her passions for fitness, travel and adventure into a trek to Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. And she’s doing it for a great cause.
He’s an unlikely renaissance man whose voice is known to millions of public radio listeners. But it’s his global adventures that are the real story.
Doug Stewart never dreamed of being a firefighter, but 50 years later, he’s still fighting fires and smashing stereotypes.
To celebrate his 80th birthday, Kenneth Smith decided to hike across the state of Florida. His companions? Other hikers over 80.
Instead of throwing a big 80th birthday party, Laurent Gaudreau decided to hike across the Grand Canyon — 106 times!