This gear helps me plow through a day of work from my kitchen table
Connecting to ecosystems through the hobbies we love enlightens us on the delicate balance between humans and nature
The Selk'bag is here to help you survive a pandemic winter
Whether you're shopping for others or yourself, these sales are the best opportunities to save big on gear this year
A hot beverage can make the difference between enjoying yourself and freezing your ass off on a cold-weather adventure. Here's everything you ever wanted to know about how to use this humble and inexpensive game changer this season.
Sarah Sturm was searching for a purpose beyond competing and found it through coaching young women
We explore the pros and cons of two relatively affordable options
A study from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center indicated something counterintuitive: experience doesn't always correspond with safety
This year the famous outdoor film festival is going virtual, with thrilling tales of climbing adventures and profiles of charismatic conservationists
Now through November 29, save up to 30 percent off sitewide and free shipping as part of Stio's holiday kickoff and Black Friday sales. Here are some of our favorite pieces.
- See full 2021 Winter Buyer’s Guide
This season's best boards charge hard, but they're a blast at all speeds
- Running Shoes
Coats for every adventure, from sunny singletrack to frigid summits
- Home Gym
When you stop breathing, oxygen flowing to your brain actually increases—at least for a while
Food scientists and marketers are creating healthy, plant-based, imitation tuna, crab, and shrimp that look and taste like the real thing. Better yet, switching to faux seafood will help curb our reliance on an international fishing industry that has become an environmental and human-rights disaster.
These Veterans Find Community Through Trail Running
In the Texas Hill Country, an event called Trail Camp offers community and care for veterans, one mile at a time
How BASE Jumping Saved Jeb Corliss's Life
He survived multiple crash landings that should have killed him. But as Corliss sees it, risking everything was the only way to live.
Both the world-weary and stoked-on-life congregate at these wild outposts—all seeking the same euphoric joy, communality, and escapism
During her college break, the author went all in on solitude—living alone on a Down East island and working for one of the area’s few female skippers. Luna Soley reflects on a time of loneliness, hard work, and natural beauty.