On Tuesday, 17 bicycle brands collectively announced that they are recalling approximately 1.5 million bikes.
On Wednesday night, the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) will expire, leaving thousands of acres of public lands, including portions of national parks, at risk for development projects.
Rangers at Zion National Park are conducting an “after-action review” of their permit-issuing process following the death of seven canyoneers during a flash flood earlier in September.
Japanese climber Nobukazu Kuriki will try again to reach the summit of Everest later this week.
Author Jon Krakauer told the Los Angeles Times on Friday that he thought the new movie ‘Everest,’ about the 1996 disaster on Mount Everest that killed eight climbers, was “total bull.”
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Erik Roner, a professional skier who helped pioneer ski-BASE jumping, died in a parachuting accident in Squaw Valley on Monday.
Nobukazu Kuriki, a Japanese alpinist who attempted to be the first to summit Everest after the Nepal earthquake last April, was forced to descend the mountain on Saturday.
On Sunday, Slovakian cyclist Peter Sagan won the UCI World Road Cycling Championships in Richmond, Virginia.
Lance Armstrong and SCA Promotions, a prize-insurer company, reached an undisclosed settlement over the weekend, ending a legal battle that’s been waging since 2004.
In an effort to make Everest safer and less crowded, Nepal is considering banning inexperienced and disabled climbers from making a summit bid on the world’s highest mountain.
The trailer for Bravo’s newest show, ‘Après Ski,’ premiered yesterday.
The International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas requested that crop seeds from a backup vault in Norway be transported to its headquarters in Beirut, Lebanon.
Climbing partners of Tyler Gordon, the 22-year-old rock climber who fell 200 feet to his death in Yosemite National Park last May, present during his fall from El Capitan’s Nose, released information...
Mark McCracken was fishing a half mile off Gaviota State Beach, in Southern California, when a hammerhead shark started ramming and biting his kayak.