The New Kings of Adventure
They climbed the biggest walls, descended the longest rivers, and sailed the highest seas. And they went farther and faster under their own power than anyone else in 2010. Chosen for their ambition, their attitude, and their audacious lines, these are Outside's inaugural adventurers of the year.
Human-powered circumnavigation of Alaska
What sort of rain protection should I wear while rafting the Grand Canyon?
Where is the best place for multi-day backpacking on the West Coast?
Rage Against Your Machine
What is it about cyclists that can turn sane, law-abiding drivers into shrieking maniacs? The author ponders the eternal conflict with help from bike supercommuter Joe Simonetti, who each week survives the hostile, traffic-clogged rat race between the New York exurbs and Midtown Manhattan.
Via Ferrata Jumped the Pond
#20 Mountain-Climbing Routes
2011 Trips of the Year
We present our Trips of the Year, everything from whitewater rafting in Siberia to mountain biking in Argentina to the greatest multisport vacation in Alaska.
There’s No Better Way to Prove Yourself
#4 There’s No Better Way to Prove Yourself.
The High and Wide Industrial Corridor: Montana and Idaho Scenic Byways
Outside Magazine offers free photo galleries. See the best in outdoor photography, featuring top pictures of Montana and Idaho's scenic byways.
Every winter, the Pacific stirs up massive ocean swells that descend on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. For 50 years, the surf world has followed suit, coming together to crown their champions, celebrate a sport many consider a religion, and ride some of the biggest waves on the planet. Welcome to the North Shore.
Douglas Brinkley's Alaska
Moments of Truth
The Man Who Saw Too Much
Aspen’s Michael Ferrara is bringing attention to a little-known problem: post-traumatic stress disorder among the people who save our lives.
Santa Fe, New Mexico