Sometimes the toughest climb is out of your mind and into your own animal skin
Winding a thousand miles from India to China, the Burma Road was built to defend China in World War II, but the atomic bomb made it irrelevant and the jungle reclaimed it. Mark Jenkins vowed to do...
What happens when a solitary day hike turns into the ultimate test of survival?
Australia's first great adventure was part Lewis and Clark, part Donner Partysearing proof that fame is a four-letter word
In 24-hour mountain-bike races, riders bond over singletrack and sleep deprivation. What's not to like?
In Bhutan's pristine alpine sanctuary, even a heathen climber can see the light
Canoeing the jungles of South America, where freedom is a family affair
The process is the point. But just try telling that to your younger, untutored, world-conquering self.
The road less Gringoed: in search of an authentic slice of paradise
Every adventurer knows those magical moments when it all flowsand those wretched times when it won't
For two credulous seekers, dreaming of the lost big-wall treasure of the Sierra Madre Occidental is better than the real thing
Camp overnight or camp all week. We've got the gear to let you go fast and light under blue skies or gray.
When the weather turns ugly and conditions get rough, every mountaineer must make the ultimate choice: storm the summit, or call it quits.