Stephanie Pearson

The New Yukon Gold Rush: Mountain Biking

Marshall Jonas, a 26-year-old member of the Trondek Hwechin First Nation, uses picks, hoes, axes, sledgehammers, and sometimes a chainsaw to build and maintain mountain bike trails in the northern...

A Hidden Irish Paradise of Vertigo-Inducing Fun

By European standards, Ireland’s County Donegal, tucked into the country’s far northwest corner, may as well be Mars. But for adventure travelers, it’s a hidden frontier packed with wind-bitten...

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.

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