Frederick Reimers is a former editor at Paddler and Canoe & Kayak magazines.
While political and legal battles rage over the future of our national monuments, one of the most important things you can do is go see them—and then share your experiences widely. Here are some of...
Now that we know which mountains are on the Ikon and how much it costs, we wanted to figure out: Which is a better deal for skiers?
That’s 2 percent of overall GDP—officially putting it on par with other major economy-drivers.
Uberlight and able to take moisture in stride, this new breed of synthetic down is changing the winter jacket
For outdoor companies, the money came in exchange for public lands, which raises a serious moral dilemma.
Last October, the biggest draw to Jackson Hole's SHIFT festival—an annual conference aimed at combating the public-lands transfer movement—was a reading by Terry Tempest Williams.
Don’t leave home without a warm winter buddy.
The inside story of how the state’s outdoor recreation czar Luis Benitez landed the tradeshow—and how he plans to save it.
Unplugging Lake Powell is a beautiful dream, but it may hurt the river more than it helps.
Let’s reduce health care costs by getting outdoors, eating better, and pushing for progressive legislation
Air travel is plagued with long, gas-guzzling journeys and through-the-roof ticket prices. You might as well be comfortable.
I like my bags like my architecture: with an open floor plan. That’s why I love Patagonia’s 120L Black Hole Duffel: roomy enough to encompass anything, and tough enough that I never worry about it.
Teton County is known for its endless adventure—and for its tax-haven status and lack of affordable housing. We asked four residents how they make it work.
Love playing on our public lands? It's time to help pay for them.
Outdoor brands are becoming a politically active force. Now that the battle for Outdoor Retailer is over, what's next? We spoke with a dozen industry leaders to find out.
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