Here’s how to live the lake life, without investing in waterfront real estate
This week, outdoor apparel brand Patagonia released what they’re calling the Patagonia Wool Standard, a set of principles guiding the animal treatment, land use practices, and sustainability of the...
The most and least liveable mountain towns, ranked.
They know their coffee, beer, yoga, and outdoor boutiques. We've picked the highlights.
Pop-up dinners are great—they’re even better when they take place in the great outdoors
Vail, Colorado is a sweet place to visit in June—one of the many reasons to attend the GoPro Mountain Games from June 9-12.
Boreal Mountain Resort, a small ski area atop California’s Donner Summit near Lake Tahoe, will be utilizing new technology this summer that allows them to make snow regardless of what the temperature...
At these distinctive campgrounds, you’ll get a place to pitch your tent—and so much more
A new company called Global SuperTanker Services has just debuted what they’re calling the world’s largest aerial firefighting machine. The plane, a converted Boeing 747-400, is equipped with tanks...
Teton Gravity Research took a risk with a pricey, gyro-stabilized camera system to shoot their ski and snowboard films and televisions shows. The payoff? An Emmy nomination.
You can’t drive to these backcountry lodges. This is a feature in our book, not a drawback.
When weather forecasters called for an El Niño this winter, everyone on the West Coast—which typically scores with major snowfall during El Niño winters—rejoiced. But did the storms really deliver?
You like the idea of sleeping in a tent on a frozen glacier midwinter. But you also really enjoy beds and hot showers.
Bring your board across international borders to reach one of these legendary locales
April showers bring May flowers, as the saying goes, and El Niño rains can bring on even more spectacular wildflowers than usual. So head to the desert, the mountains, or the coast to catch spring in...