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Greenpeace Stunt Infuriates Peru

Greenpeace has infuriated the Peruvian government by creating a large message near the Nazca Lines, one of the oldest and least understood antiquities in Peru. The Nazca lines are... Read More

Ice Climbing World Cup Launches in Montana

The UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup kicks off this morning in Bozeman, Montana. It's the first time a world cup event has been held in the U.S. About 200 climbers from 30 countries arrived in Bozeman... Read More

Red Bull Cold Rush Resurrected for 2015

Red Bull’s backcountry freeskiing competition, Cold Rush, is making a return in 2015. The first edition of the event since 2012 will take place at Revelstoke Mountain Resort in British Columbia’s...

UCI Will Allow Team Astana to Ride in 2015

The UCI, cycling’s governing body, announced Thursday that Astana will receive a license to race in 2015, according to a CyclingNews report. The team, home to current Tour de France champion... Read More

Canyon Photo Sells for Record $6.5 Million

A private collector has purchased a print of Peter Lik’s “Phantom” for a whopping $6.5 million in what LIK USA claims is the most lucrative photograph sale in history. The company... Read More

Kilian Jornet Gears Up for Aconcagua Record

Mountain runner Kilian Jornet wrapped up a five-city film tour in Mendoza, Argentina, on Monday, then started planning his ascent of Aconcagua, the tallest non-Himalayan mountain in the world at... Read More

Sailor Rescued After 12 Days at Sea

A sailor who had been lost at sea off the Hawaiian island of Oahu for 12 days was found alive and unharmed on Tuesday, according to a report in the Christian Science Monitor. The Coast Guard first... Read More

2016 Tour de France Route Released

On July 2, the 2016 Tour de France will launch from the foot of the iconic Mont Saint-Michel monastery in Normandy, in the Manche department, tour organizers announced Tuesday. It’s the first... Read More

Facebook Users Love National Parks

This past year, Facebook users did an awful lot of checking into places where people go to supposedly disconnect. Three national parks—Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, and Yellowstone—were... Read More

The Most Annoying Things Airline Passengers Do

After a year marked by airlines reducing seat space on planes, now comes a survey listing the most annoying things passengers do on flights. The most annoying behavior you can do as a passenger is... Read More

Deer Hunter Mistakenly Shoots Jogger

A deer hunter from Cape Cod has been arrested after allegedly mistaking a jogger for a deer and shooting him Monday evening. The Cape Cod Times reports that the 39-year-old runner sustained... Read More