At the Road Less Traveled, we aspire to push the limits of what we believe is possible. We strive to build self-confidence and challenge our participants to forge connections with natural spaces and communities across the globe.
There has never been a greater need to empower young people to become agents of change. With awards season
The benefits of being outdoors are many—fresh air, exercise, time away from electronic devices—just to name a few. Regardless of the benefits, research suggests a growing gap of youth and diversity invested, interested, and actively participating in outdoor activities.
Not only is it important for the entire population to participate in outdoor activities for the health
Below is a reflective essay by a 2014 Footsteps of Giants participant, Jacqueline Peralta. She was given the opportunity to travel and explore the world, and herself, thanks to the Geography of Hope Foundation.
Never in my wildest dreams did I believe I would ever stand on top of a mountain,
We recently saw Ben Klasky speak at TEDXRainier on a subject he cleverly calls “Nature Deficit Disorder.” What is Nature Deficit Disorder, you may ask?
Klasky defines Nature Deficit Disorder as the negative side effects that come from not spending enough time outdoors. When kids miss out on fresh air and exploring