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The 83-Year-Old Who Operates a Ski Hill By Himself
Twenty-dollar lift tickets, $1.50 for a hot dog, and no snow machines, Quebec’s Mont Chilly is a ski hill from the past. Operated and for the most part built by the 83-year-old Larry...
This Party Might Save a Dying Sport
The sport of kayaking is at a bit of a standstill. Sales are down, there are fewer boats on the water, and the pros are making less, which is exactly why the Whitewater Grand Prix is so important....
Gritty Photos of the First-Ever Run Across Haiti
A troubled history and consistently in the news for the wrong reasons, Haiti is rarely perceived as a place worth visiting. In early March, a dedicated group of seven runners wanted to change that,...
Google Street View Goes to Everest
With a 40-pound camera system and a mission to photograph the world, Google takes us to the Himalayas for a closer look at the Sherpas who call the mountains home.
8 Google Views That Go Way Off-Grid
The Trekker cameras used to be confined to city streets. Now, the systems are venturing farther into the wild, and bringing back stunning imagery from the planet's most remote regions.
Fat Biking in the Shadow of the Tetons
In case you haven't noticed, fat biking is fun. Outdoor writers Peter Koch and Jeremy Berger certainly didn't need convincing, but they accepted an invitation from the team at SRAM—bicycle...