Peter Vigneron is a former associate online editor at Outside and a former editor at Runner's World.
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A classic highball boulder problem in Joshua Tree National Park.
A 36-mile, 10,023-foot ascent of the Haleakala volcano, one of the highest road rides in the world.
A nine-mile out-and-back from the South Rim to Indian Garden along the Bright Angel Trail.
A three-day, high-altitude expedition over some of the biggest summits in Grand Teton National Park.
A three- or four-day, 92-mile ride above the Colorado and Green Rivers in Canyonlands National Park.
A 223-mile trek through California’s Sequoia, Kings Canyon, and Yosemite National Parks.
Thanks in part to Olympians and reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry, sensory-deprivation tanks are exploding in popularity. Are they the next frontier of mindfulness training for athletes?
Gear to keep you moving through the unpredictable spring months
Everything you need to know to crash in the backcountry (in a good way)
The clothing company wants to be a major force in outdoor apparel. Can it succeed where other big brands failed?
A Nobel Prize–winning neuroscientist and a Harvard neurobiologist think they’ve discovered the antidote for cramping
Every fall, the world’s best mountain bikers assemble at Red Bull Rampage to hurl themselves down cliffs in search of fame and fortune—if they make it down in one piece.
I like tents just fine. But when a stream of water found a hole in my rain fly during a summer thunderstorm, I began fantasizing about the cozy confines of a classic teardrop. If one company stands...
Skyrunning, a series that draws a total of 30,000 runners each year to 15 events in Europe, held the first of 19 American races taking place this year.