Vice follows professional climber Sierra Blair-Coyle while deep-water soloing in her home state of Arizona.
British Army veteran Henry Worsley is en route to Antarctica to attempt the first unassisted crossing of the continent in history.
The products that floored us in tests for this year’s Winter Buyer’s Guide.
An ingredient in popular brands of sunscreen that helps protect the wearer from the harmful effects of UV rays may pose a significant threat to the world’s coral reefs.
Commercial pilots are reporting 100 incidents every month.
Utah air pollution, replacing old anchors, El Niño forecast, malaria rates, and a bear wandering into a high school
Backpack maker JanSport announced Wednesday that company co-founder Skip Yowell has died “following an illness,” according to a press release.
The American Alpine Club has become the new title sponsor of two major climbing festivals in Valdez, Alaska.
American climber Ashima Shiraishi bouldered three of the toughest problems in New York’s Harriman State Park.
Sarah Outen will not make another attempt to row across the Atlantic after being rescued earlier this month.
Another mine spill, the longest-ever underwater exploration, paddling in Yellowstone and Grand Teton, an orca breeding ban at SeaWorld San Diego, and mountain biking trails listed on BLM’s site.
New research credits molecules called endocannabinoids for causing the feeling of runner’s high.
The Rio 2016 Organizing Committee announced on Monday that it will reduce its budget for next year’s Olympics by as much as 30 percent.
Japanese climber Nobukazu Kuriki abandoned his attempt to summit Mount Everest on Thursday.
Nobukazu Kuriki, a Japanese mountaineer attempting to be the first to summit Mount Everest since the April earthquake, reached the South Col between Everest and Lhotse.