Mamá, I knew from the moment I first received an email from Merrell that if there was going to be … Read More
Hello Merrell Readers and Happy Earth Month! It is an exciting time for us here at Women Who Hike and … Read More
While closing his back door with one hand and cradling two pre-split logs in the other, Pete Sveen didn’t see … Read More
Sometimes miracles comes in pairs. Nothing seems to fascinate people more than twins. As Shakespeare said: “So we grew together … Read More
On March 20, 2018 I set out into the wilderness of Georgia on an adventure that took me through snow, … Read More
As a lover of the outdoors and an adventure enthusiast, I made it my life’s mission to visit all 58 … Read More
I turned right off of the trail onto canyon asphalt, 6 miles of slight downhill to the finish. I was … Read More
Adrienne and Andrew love experiencing anything and everything together, including traveling to remote places, exploring the human condition, and promoting … Read More
“The outdoors and trails have provided me opportunities that I could only dream of. They are my main classroom, teacher, … Read More
Our friends at Greatist compiled a list of how to make running in the rain more enjoyable! Check out some … Read More
Set amidst a rolling sea of green, Mongolia is a land locked nation with a rich cultural history.
“Our public lands are a place where we can come as we are, and a place where we can also … Read More
Today we are here to answer one simple question… “How much Tough could a Tougher Mudder Tough if a Toughest Mudder could World’s Toughest.”
On July 14th, 2018 I embarked on a journey around and through Rainier National Park with two friends, Sam Ritchie … Read More
Merrell Trail Stories #TrainSoICan August 19, 2018 by Emilee Struss When I was asked to finish the sentence, “I … Read More
By Simon Donato, PhD The old adage goes that third time is the charm. I’ve never given the phrase much … Read More
The Outdoor Journal Tour is a hybrid wellness organization that merges mindfulness and movement in the great outdoors. ODJT was … Read More
It was just past 4:00am on Monday and I was at the Mt. Elbert trailhead. Temps were in the 30’s, … Read More
I’m a late bloomer to the outdoors. I only started hiking and camping about six years ago. The longer and … Read More
I was never a runner. In fact, I hated running. One of the draws of playing volleyball growing up was … Read More
On June 2, 2018, Merrell and American Hiking Society invite you to join the trail community to collectively improve 2,802 … Read More
A few years ago, I started hiking all of the high peaks in Southern California. While it might seem that … Read More
“Discovering my weakness gives me the inspiration I need to keep pushing myself.” Raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Nick resides … Read More
As a veterinarian, CrossFit trainer and mom, Kristy loves a good challenge. For her, CrossFit coaching is all about helping … Read More
Climbing, mountain biking, skiing, woodworking, chainsaws, trees, trails. Sounds like a pretty solid list of interests. And that’s just the … Read More
How intense can a person be that’s huge into bread baking? Pretty intense it turns out. Lindsay runs or strength … Read More
Denver real estate attorney Christopher W. Harrington loves the freedom of the open trail. He founded an ultra-running group to … Read More
Grand Rapids artist Erica Lang shares her love of nature and Michigan through Woosah Outfitters, a naturally inspired art and … Read More
In 2015, back in their home country of Brazil, Guto and Jane were stretched to their limits. They were running … Read More
“A Yooper is someone from the U.P.—someone who lives above the Mackinac bridge,” explains Daniel Schetter AKA Surfer Dan. The … Read More
Anna is a professional mountain, trail and ultra runner who has 13+ years of experience running all sorts of races … Read More
“There are so many people who are shouting to be included and made to feel welcome in the outdoors.” … Read More
Blown out trails, knee deep snow, and foreign trail maps. The solo trekking saga continues. Eight weeks ago I was … Read More
Wade tapped me on the shoulder. “I’m not up for this,” he said. My heart sank. I knew it was … Read More
Whether it’s challenging terrain, a particular lookout, or a memorable moment with our favorite adventure partner, we all have … Read More
After completing the Three Saints Challenge last year, I knew that my next big challenge would be hiking Cactus to … Read More
“So you wanted an adventure, aye?” A phrase I have repeated often as I spend my first few days in … Read More
It wasn’t until last year that I really gained an appreciation for hiking. Growing up in Florida I always wanted … Read More
I’ve always been a wanderer. When I am in a new place, be it in a bustling urban area or … Read More
Creating your own trail is about following your own adventure. Setting aflame that spark in your heart. From my four … Read More
By Christopher Harrington I not so fondly remember spending time in my local dimly-lit gym counting bench press and pullup … Read More
May is Military Appreciation Month, and we couldn’t think of a better way to honor our armed forces than by … Read More
Travel and adventure go perfectly with one another, and I, Nicole @Im_NicoleMarie am one to always take advantage of as … Read More
Help protect our wild places! We all have a responsibility to protect and restore the natural areas around us. Our … Read More
Merrell Work was invited to spend the day training with Team Rubicon at their Jacksonville, FL Mobile Center Training Event. … Read More
Dear Sugarbush, I’m sorry I neglected you. I thought you could take care of yourself this winter but I was wrong, … Read More
My Dearest Moabs, Here you lie, scuffed up, dusty, and weathered in the back of my Impreza. You look more … Read More
Now that the dust has settled (literally) from my World’s Toughest Mudder experience in Las Vegas just a few short … Read More
While Huck and I have gone on countless adventures together, my realization about WHY it’s so important for me to … Read More
In my 20’s, spending time outside became an important element to finding happiness, peace, and wholeness. Climbing taught me how … Read More
It’s true what they say, being a parent is one of the hardest jobs we could ever possibly take on, … Read More
This past September the Merrell team was able to spend some time bonding outside of our offices in Rockford, Michigan. … Read More
This past September the Merrell team was able to spend some time bonding outside of our offices in Rockford, Michigan. … Read More
Lately I’ve been spending time to reflect on my career. I recently had an interview with TV 8, a local … Read More
When I think of what my nature is, my mind drifts back to my earliest childhood memories, which invariably involved … Read More
What is your nature? #MyNature is constantly changing because I am constantly traveling and traveling with other people. I travel … Read More
#MyNature In the countries I have visited so far, I have always craved to be out in the open, around … Read More
My nature— My first memorable experiences with the great outdoors were in good old, pre-hipster Brooklyn. The whole lot of … Read More
Every human, no matter if they identify as an athlete, chef, politician, Pastor.. They all know that in life there … Read More
After scoring the best day of my life heliskiing in Coumayeur with Mike, the weather moved in and the weather … Read More
If you’d choose wide open spaces over well known places, we have something in common. My Nature is looking for … Read More
Chances are you and I are a lot alike. We’re average people that love to get out and do things … Read More
“Trust thyself, every heart vibrates to that iron string.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson I’ve always found it funny, the question … Read More
Ever asked yourself what “My Nature” truly means to you? Rather than trying to mold my idea of #MyNature into … Read More
Once you see the French Alps and Mt Blanc, they will stay with you forever. This mountain range gave me … Read More
-What does it mean to you? #MyNature means answering your call, focusing on what matters and living by your own … Read More
“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb … Read More
Having created the television Boundless in 2012 with my friend, director Josh Eady, I’ve now had three seasons to travel … Read More
Local Ambassador Laurie McCargar shows us how she follows #MyNature. Before heading out the door for my “Outsiety GETTIN’ SOME SKIN on … Read More
DO WHAT’S NATURAL. A mantra. A rallying cry. We believe that when you follow your own nature, there isn’t a … Read More
What’s the best scenario when you bring two of your ambassadors together for a trip to Jackson Hole, WY? They … Read More
Do you know about the fun scale? Well you should. The fun scale is a simple tool used by adventurers … Read More
Game-changing latkes for a very Happy Hanukkah. Recipe perfected, fried and taste-tested by Merrell Ambassador Julia Cassidy. Author: Bobbie Seacrist. … Read More
Sorry s’mores. This Campfire Apple Crisp just may be our new favorite campfire treat. Merrell Ambassador BS’ in the Kitchen … Read More
We’re challenging all of our Outsiders this winter. Instead of bundling up & developing a serious addiction to your couch, … Read More
As a family, we think it is important to adventure the whole year round, not just when it is warm … Read More
Outsiders – we’ve got some exciting news that we wanted to share with you first! Merrell is teaming up with … Read More
Meet our new ambassador Mina. Mina lives to travel and experience life, she views the world as her oyster to … Read More
July 26, 2011 “Adam… I have cancer.” The call hit me like a slap to the face. My mouth went … Read More
I can’t tell if I woke up, or if I never actually fell asleep. Either way, my watch alarm is … Read More
Grab your friends, get a ridiculously wicked costume and scurry on over to a SPOOKtacular race this year. Burn off … Read More
If you want to get away from it all, these places should be at the top of your list!
One day your life will flash before your eyes. Here’s how to make sure it’s worth watching. We’ve pulled together the ultimate guide to the world’s most amazing trails.
You can’t beat the amazing views on the trail. We get that, but technology is improving at such a rate … Read More
The world is a big place. In fact, there is so much to explore that it’s difficult to know where to start. So to help you on your way, we’ve listed 10 of the best hikes in the world
Check out our hiking trail guide for the 10 best alternative hiking trails in the world. If you want to find new hiking trails, we’ll help you out by highlighting our favorite obscure hikes.
When you’re an arctic explorer, you’re bound to have some bad weather stories. Read about Eric Larsen’s most extreme wilderness weather stories.
Read about some of the most extreme weather events in history. From the Mount Washington hurricane to 1991’s Perfect Storm, we’ve highlighted the top historic weather events around the world.
Thinking of visiting the Alps? If you’re planning your first trip to one of the Alpine countries, then first, I’m … Read More
Run or hike along these spooky trails around the world. We’ve rounded up the top five scary or haunted hiking trails. So get ready to be spooked out of your trail running shoes or hiking boots.
What’s the oddest thing you’ve come across while trail running? Whether a woodland or country running trail, when you’re away from civilization, the sights get stranger.
After a while hiking, you can get a little blind to the signposts along the way. But it’s worth keeping your eye out – there are plenty that are bizarre, surreal or just plain poorly written to bring a smile to your face along the way.
Thinking about having sex while camping? Here are some guidelines to follow for sex on the trail to keep your private life private while out in the woods.
Check out our top reasons to visit ski resorts in the summer. From solitude to affordability, summer ski resorts have a lot to offer, including top hiking trails, mountain biking, rafting and even ropes courses and alpine slides.
Monday morning, and you have the horrible double-whammy: not only is your weekend over, but you have to face the hellish commute to get back to the job you’re not that enthused about heading towards anyway.
When senior Communist Party leaders announced a last-minute visit to the sporting facilities in Heilongjiang, China, local sports officials authorized the creation of a right-angle running track to make up for lost time.
Nepalese government offers climbers the opportunity to be the ‘first’ to set foot on one of the 104 newly opened Himalayan peaks
Roughly half of the teams preparing to climb Everest have begun their descent from Base Camp following last week’s tragic avalanche that killed at least 13 sherpas.
When looking for your next marathon, it’s tempting to choose one based on how flat or fast it’s likely to be – two requisites for a personal record. But what if you were to combine a touch of tourism with your marathon?
On Sunday, North Korea opened up the annual Pyongyang marathon to foreign amateurs for the first time. It was an unusual move for the secretive and deliberately isolated state, with much of the country still firmly off-limits to visitors.