The best kind of blues
Visit these spots before summer starts to set in.
These are some of the shadiest spots for a stroll.
You’ve stretched out your hammies, leashed up your good dogs, and are ready to crank out the mileage. But where to?
Houston’s new(ish) and newly redone urban parks will make you want to get out and get moving—yes, even on those 90-degree days.
You don't have to head to Brenham just to pose in a field of blue flowers.
The conservationist was one of the great champions of Houston's oft-overlooked natural side.
This might be your one and only chance to ride down a totally car-less Eldridge Drive.
Play It Cool
Under the leafy oaks and tall pines of our three favorite walking paths, you’ll be hard-pressed to tell you’re in the city at all.
Summer may be our winter, but at least no one has to shovel the sunshine, so chill out—we’ll show you how.
Ellie Sharp, Marianella Orlando, Layne Lynch, Sarah Rufca Nielsen, Jeff Balke, and Alice Levitt
The Great Outdoors
Take in 500 unspoiled acres of Buffalo Bayou from your bike.