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The Frenchman Who Followed McCandless Into Alaska
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The Golden Age of Climbing Films Is Here
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No, Wyoming Didn't Just Crack Down on Nature Photographers
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The Other Man: Graham Hunt (1985-2015)
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Meet the Best Athlete You've Never Heard Of
By age 34, the Colorado native had won the World Extreme Skiing Championships and an X Games medal, starred in sweet ski-porn videos, and had two kids. But his desire to ski big mountains was still growing and inspired his biggest project yet.
A Life on the Edge
The aerialist, who was killed during a BASE-jumping incident on May 16, was not one to skirt the potentially deadly consequences of his chosen lifestyle. On the contrary, he contemplated them often.
Dean Potter Killed in BASE-Jumping Accident
The climbing great died Saturday while attempting a wingsuit flight from Yosemite’s Taft Point
Karl Bushby Is Sick of Walking Around the World
A new documentary from National Geographic chronicles a British man's cross-country march from L.A. to D.C. to appeal his visa ban at the Russian Embassy and hopefully continue his hike across the world.
The Airstream Food Blog You Need to Follow
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What Bo Jackson and Lance Armstrong Have in Common?
The former pro football and baseball player leads a group ride through the U.S.’s least bike-friendly state. His goal? Raise money for tornado victims.
Summer's Best Craft Brews Aren't American
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California's Drought Is Drying Up River Business
Record low snowpack in the Golden State means lower streams and, sadly, fewer opportunities to fish and paddle.