Season 12

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild In the Footsteps of Atticus

    Windows to the Wild

    In the Footsteps of Atticus

    Take a hike in the footsteps of Atticus.

    In the Footsteps of Atticus

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild The Maniacal Traveler

    Windows to the Wild

    The Maniacal Traveler

    Host Will Lange joins Dianne Fallon on history-filled trails in South Berwick, Maine.

    The Maniacal Traveler

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild Digging Into Vermont History

    Windows to the Wild

    Digging Into Vermont History

    Host Will Lange hikes to the Ely Mine to see how the site is being reclaimed.

    Digging Into Vermont History

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild Thrive Outdoors

    Windows to the Wild

    Thrive Outdoors

    Thrive Outdoors uses nature to teach leadership and life navigation skills.

    Thrive Outdoors

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild Trail Builders

    Windows to the Wild

    Trail Builders

    The Upper Valley Trails Alliance promotes the use of regional trails.

    Trail Builders

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild She's An Outdoor Survivalist

    Windows to the Wild

    She's An Outdoor Survivalist

    NH adventure survivalist Laura Zerra hikes Red Hill with host Will Lange.

    She's An Outdoor Survivalist

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild Flags On NH’S 48

    Windows to the Wild

    Flags On NH’S 48

    Every 9/11, groups of hikers climb NH's 4,000-foot mountains to place a flag.

    Flags On NH’S 48

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild Adirondack Hut Boy

    Windows to the Wild

    Adirondack Hut Boy

    Host Will Lange hikes back to the Johns Brook Lodge deep in the Adirondack Mountains.

    Adirondack Hut Boy

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild Trail Angels on the A.T.

    Windows to the Wild

    Trail Angels on the A.T.

    Host Will Lange meets “trail angels”.

    Trail Angels on the A.T.

    Video thumbnail: Windows to the Wild Seek The Peak

    Windows to the Wild

    Seek The Peak

    Hiking to benefit the Mt. Washington Observatory.

    Seek The Peak

    Support for PBS.org provided by: