Third-party sellers are restitching old Petzl pieces that are no longer safe to use.
Young, tech savvy adventurers are taking sponsors and funding away from grizzled, old-school explorers who aren’t strong on Facebook and Twitter. But they don’t always pull off the awesome feats they...
After deadly disasters on the world’s highest peak the past two years, demand for climbing Everest is low and some mountain guides are taking the season off. But there are still hundreds of climbers...
This summer, a Los Angeles cruise company is sending 1,500 passengers on a month-long voyage through the Arctic.
As climate change levels out temperatures during traditionally colder months, ski resorts around the world are turning to a burgeoning practice: recycling snow from one season to the next.
When a person goes missing outdoors, there’s a specific protocol for finding them within the first 24 hours. After that first day, it becomes much tougher.
When Lindsey Van heard that a feature film was in the works about famous British ski jumper Eddie “the Eagle” Edwards, she and other elite jumpers more or less rolled their eyes.
You’ve probably never heard of Nicolás Miranda, but he’s behind the ultrarunning speed records on some of the world’s highest peaks
Simone Origone is the speediest skier on earth. Just how fast can he go?
As many as 900 wild bison that graze in the park will be killed this winter, either by hunters or slaughter, to offset population growth and appease ranchers. Bison advocates, on the other hand,...
Until this week, no one had ever ridden the 1,000-mile Yukon Quest wilderness racecourse on a bike. The race is known as one of the toughest competitions on earth—it’s a two-week slog through snow...
A new documentary gives a never-before-seen look at the BASE jumper's near-death experience—and the almost-impossible jump he took just a year later.
Rising temperatures are increasing rockfall danger, and alpinists are already starting to see the new risks.
Several new spaceports are in the works, and proponents are looking to build next to wildlife refuges. Will the sanctuaries' inhabitants benefit from these new neighbors?
Who wouldn’t want to surf in the clouds? An aviation engineer in Alabama is on a mission to find out.