Christopher Keyes is the editor of Outside.
In the middle of our fifth week of working on our Encyclopedia of Gear, I got embroiled in an e-mail thread that now, with 24 hours of distance, seems a little fanatical.
In a perfect week, I get high Monday through Sunday. A decent week means I’m high at least five of those days.
Our test subject spends two uncomfortable weeks getting too close to everyone in his life.
Two adventure masterpieces, Astoria by Peter Stark and Savage Harvest by Carl Hoffman, revisit epic failures of ambition.
For as long as I’ve been at the magazine, Outside has routinely been accused of milking Lance Armstrong’s popularity—and, eventually, his ruin—for our own gain.
Our April 2013 magazine makes a foray into the bizarre but edible—from insects to IPAs. But it's not all about the shock factor.
Ultrarunner Hal Koerner has a formula for fitness and life that keeps him winning and smiling. So follow his lead—just don’t try and keep up.
What do you get when you combine six eye surgeons, thirteen runners, six educators, two nonprofits, 871 cataract patients, 63,000 students, two of the fastest men on the planet, and one trail race in...
Introducing the March 2013 issue.
Introducing the February 2013 issue.
The news leaks about The Secret Race have vastly undersold its importance. Tyler Hamilton’s book is a historic, definitive indictment of cycling’s culture of doping during the Armstrong era.
Next winter, Jurek is joining forces with the Himalayan Cataract Project and imagine1day to offer 14 runners the chance to join him on a 10-day voluntour and running expedition to Ethiopia.
Christopher Keyes talks with Robert Koester, the renowned search-and-rescue specialist, about looking for autistic children and being involved in the hunt for Robert Wood Jr.
The case against the case against the case against Lance Armstrong.
Outside talks to the man who kick-started the minimalist revolution.