Stephanie Pearson

What's Life Like After Doug Tompkins?

Last Sunday, the world’s most influential conservationists bid Doug Tompkins farewell at the Herbst Pavilion, a cavernous, light-filled space that extends 500 feet over San Francisco Bay.

The Best Culture Jobs of 2015

Half of what makes a life of office work more enjoyable is where the office is located—two blocks from the ski lift, close to world-class singletrack, in a town with dozens of craft breweries....

How to Dogsled Across Antarctica

In 'Think South', Cathy de Moll explains how a team of explorers pulled off one of the 20th century’s most challenging expeditions.

The Burn Set from Crossrope

Jumping rope is for serious athletes, and a weighted, travel-friendly set is for serious rope jumpers.

Point 65N Rum Runner Modular SUP Review

Cramped apartment dwellers and compact car owners, rejoice! This plastic touring SUP breaks down into three pieces for easy storage off the water and tracks better than most inflatables on it.

These Ski Resorts Are Perfect for Summer

Ski resorts take on a secret life in warmer months. Fewer crowds (with some exceptions, like Jackson Hole) and warmer, longer days to enjoy the ponderous beauty of the mountains make almost any ski...

The 5 Best Travel Guides

A good guide is a jack-of-all trades—so personable they could be your best friend, an expert on the terrain's gear and safety, and able to elevate an adventure destination beyond the usual tourist...

The 70-Year-Old Night-Canoeing Explorer

In late March, polar explorer Will Steger will embark on one of his trickiest expeditions to date: a 200-mile, month-long solo voyage through Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and...

The First Comprehensive Cycling Map of Route 66

Thirty years after it was officially decommissioned comes Bicycle Route 66— the first ever all encompassing cycling map of the iconic byway. So finally, you can ditch the car and explore the most...