A federal court just ruled that the BLM's leader was serving illegally, with plans to reconvene next week to consider if all of his actions were illegal, too
When cross-country season rolls around, there's no place like Vanny
Five campsites with views worth the drive
Many students would rather be outside than stuck on Zoom all day—and most programs can't keep up with the surge in demand
Fall is the perfect time to get out there
Professional climber Kai Lightner maps out how the outdoor community can build successful diversity and inclusion initiatives
The diverse landscape of Great Sand Dunes National Park features 700-foot-tall mounds of sand, grasslands, alpine peaks, and a creek to splash in. It's our 62 Parks Traveler's 19th stop on her journey to visit every U.S. national park.
Only 60 Fire Lookouts Remain in America. This Man Is One of Them.
'Ode to Desolation' introduces us to Jim Henterly, who spends his summers stationed at the historic Desolation Peak Fire Lookout
A Harebrained Dream of Building a Cabin in the Woods
Two friends abandoned promising careers to pursue a bold adventure. It went terribly wrong—but also right.
Two years ago, Latria Graham wrote an essay about the challenges of being Black in the outdoors. Countless readers reached out to her, asking for advice on how to stay safe in places where nonwhite people aren’t always welcome. She didn't write back, because she had no idea what to say. In the aftermath of a revolutionary spring and summer, she responds.
Coronavirus hasn't stopped Italian heartthrob and two-wheeled avenger Vittorio Brumotti from righting society's wrongs. The cyclist has delighted audiences with his TV news segment "100% Brumotti," shaming people for parking in handicapped spaces and taking on no less than the Mafia. We ride along with Italy's favorite bike hero.
With stormchasing tours more popular than ever, our writer set out to discover why this risky pastime is once again taking off