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WATCH: Trailer for Chinese Bike Racing Film

Ambition, action, love, betrayal—a new trailer for the upcoming Chinese cycling film “To the Fore” has it all. The actors cycled more than 62,000 miles while shooting. The film, from director Dante...

18-Year-Old Wins Silver in Bouldering World Cup

Nathaniel Coleman, an 18-year-old climber from Utah, took a surprise second-place finish in the men’s field at the Bouldering World Cup on Sunday in Toronto, according to Rock and Ice.

Bad Weather Grounds Solar Impulse

Due to bad weather, the Solar Impulse plane will make an unscheduled stop in Japan on Monday, postponing its record-breaking trans-Pacific flight, the BBC reports.

RangerGrams: Glacier National Park

When Becca Alfafara isn’t Instagramming the best parts of GNP, she working as one of the park’s rangers. From rock climbing to wildlife watching, here are her ten tips for what to get up to in the...

Mountaineers Complete Centennial Peaks Project

On Wednesday, a three-person team of ski mountaineers successfully completed the Centennial Peaks Project by climbing the 13,824-foot Jagged Mountain, according to the Aspen Times.

Japanese Zoos Vote to Stop Buying Taiji Dolphins

After years of external scrutiny, the Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums (JAZA) has banned the buying and selling of dolphins from the controversial Taiji hunt, National Geographic reported...

Yosemite Meeting Tackles Diversity in Parks

One hundred and twelve years after Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir met in Yosemite to discuss an idea for a national parks system, a group of conservationists gathered in the park earlier this month to...

Jurek Attempts Appalachian Trail Speed Record

Forty-one-year-old ultrarunner Scott Jurek set out on Memorial Day to attempt to break the speed record on the Appalachian Trail, according to Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.