In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many governments have cracked down on the world's most elemental sport
'This Land' profiles runner Faith Briggs as she traverses 150 miles through three national monuments
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Outdoor enthusiasts' dreams of survival and adventure are often inspired by children's books, but most adventure heroes have traditionally been cis boys. That's changing.
Walking away from the adventure of a lifetime is hard, but it makes coming back to it especially rewarding. Here, five thru-hikers share their stories of failing and coming back for more.
Even with major races postponed, the sport remains upside down, with the focus still on shoes instead of who's wearing them
Sitting all day wreaks havoc on the body. Here's how to reset and recenter.
Jeremiah Bishop is still riding strong and staying healthy without a spring race schedule
If you haven't ever baked a loaf, or haven't baked one since that time you tried it in college, it’s time to try again. Here's some expert advice to help you get started.
Seven employees have tested positive for the virus, even while the parks have no entrance fees, are short on staff, and are overwhelmed by visitors. Sound familiar?
Running Is Still Allowed—Here's How to Dress for the Shoulder Season
You can still get outside and go for a long, isolated jog. Here's how to layer right.
An Unsettling Crime at the Top of the World
A robbery was the last thing anyone ever expected in to the remote outpost of Longyearben, Norway