While in Santa Fe, Moniz sat down with Outside editorial director Alex Heard and features editor Elizabeth Hightower Allen for a wide-ranging discussion of energy policy, technology, the environment,...
As a growing movement of unschoolers believe, a steady diet of standardized testing and indoor inactivity is choking the creativity right out of our kids. The alternative: set 'em free.
With 45 successful summits and only one fatality on one of the world's deadliest mountains, this season on K2 seems too serendipitous to be true. But safely conquering the mountain took grueling...
Roman Dial has made a name for himself courageously heading out on risky adventures. But his son's disappearance in Costa Rica has him shaken—and the details aren't adding up.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, an acclaimed environmental author heads for the Three Sisters Wilderness near his Oregon home.
We know what happens to some athletes who dope. But what happens when they stop? According to one expert, it's impossible to know.
The only nation in the world to measure its progress by G.D.H. or “Gross Domestic Happiness,” Bhutan truly has a spirit worth savoring. K5 Himalayan Whiskey aims to help you do just that—but without...
Ugh. It’s 2014, and I am still writing about survival television shows.
Journalist Benoit Denizet-Lewis judges people by whether they love dogs. He has, however, struggled to accept that dogs can love people back.
University forests are basically outdoor laboratories for college forestry departments, where students learn how to plant, harvest and manage timber products.
Reed Timmer gets right into the thick of huge storms for a living. We asked him to watch a new thriller featuring storm chasers and a deadly outbreak of tornadoes, and tell us how it stacks up to the...
If you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you might not understand why “IPA Day” exists.
Two risk-inclined families set off on a three-day excursion up the Rio São Francisco. Traveling minimally, they took the plunge of canoeing home—hoping to make it back before dark.
Last month, a curious thing happened: After a long day of work, my husband showed up on our doorstep with a six-pack of Pabst Blue Ribbon.