A 65-year-old Miami woman has been living in a tree on her property for the past decade. Now, she’s fighting with the county to stay put.
The second edition has more amenities than the original, but is still light enough for a Subaru to tow
It’s a hot, windless Saturday in September. You and your buddies wanna go play on the lake, but no one’s got a boat or a Jet Ski. No matter: charge up an octocopter, lash on a tether, and hit the...
How Adrian Ballinger and Emily Harrington plan climb to the world’s sixth tallest mountain in record time
The Mongolia Bike Challenge may be the most demanding mountain-bike race on earth. Started in 2010 as a ten-day event with multiple stage lengths in excess of 100 miles, the route takes riders...
A scary phenomenon called “step voltages,” in which an electric current travels overland and impacts any person or object connected to the ground, is likely responsible for wiping out 323 reindeer...
There’s no universal blueprint for treating a concussion. The protocol depends on the individual’s symptoms and medical history, and recovery times vary.
A small resort in Canada is offering equity stakes to help pay for mountain improvements
Coming to a city near you, with zip lines, paddling circuits, flow tracks, and a ski-resort style business model.
The pre-eminent Colorado corporation is buying up ski resorts left and right. Many are hollering “Evil Empire!”, and say a monopoly would be bad for the sport—but they’re wrong.
A movement to imbue land, rivers, and entire ecosystems with legal personhood status is gaining ground in the U.S.
On July 30 at approximately 5:45 p.m. local time, Hollywood stuntman and skydiving luminary Luke Aikins jumped out of a Cessna Grand Caravan airplane 25,000 feet above Simi Valley, California. It was...
Howard Grotts is the best American mountain biker in a generation. But he's had to overcome heartbreaking tragedy to reach his pinnacle.
A Hollywood stuntman who’s leapt out of planes for “Godzilla” and “Iron Man 3” will attempt his greatest, craziest feat yet—on live TV
The next evolution of topographic maps will be 3-D interactives that show how rivers change and landscapes erode with centimeter precision.