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Burma Is Every Photographer's Paradise
After 5 years of work, 38 flights, and 10 separate visas to Burma, photographer David Heath released his first book late last year. Undeniably one of the most raw and photogenic places on earth,...
How GoPro Made the X Games Worth Watching Again
A hundred cameras, a big crew, and a brand new live-streaming technology made this year's games more fun than ever.
The Most Interesting Man on Instagram
In his relatively short career, Andy Mann has served as the senior photographer at Climbing Magazine and had his images appear in National Geographic and the New York Times. He cofounded...
In 1999, Camille Seaman gave up her seat on a one-hour flight from Oakland to L.A. and scored a round trip ticket anywhere in the world. She chose Alaska. Once there, she decided to walk from a...
Off-the-Wall Photos of the Dawn Wall Ascent
On January 14 as the sun was falling in Yosemite National Park, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson completed what is arguably the most difficult ascent in the history of rock climbing. The duo...
Dodging Ice and Rock for the Perfect Ouray Photo
The official photographer of the Ouray Ice Festival on surviving the cold (and possibly falling slabs of rock) to get the shot you've been dreaming of.
The Best Adventure Photography
Drop your jaws and pack your bags. Outside's best adventure photography of the year.
The Gear You Can't Leave Home Without
There are some things you just can't leave home without. We're not just talking about your smartphone—there are more important things in life, especially if you're headed outside.