The West may be addressing wildfires, but they’re ignoring what may be most hazardous to human health: smoke
Trail runners really are lazy parasites. Deadbeats, even. Allow me to explain.
Fear of making an outdoor fashion faux pas is homogenizing the outdoor sports apparel industry
Patagonia is moving on. Eat it, shady elements of the fintech world. Story over, right? No, actually.
Back in March, I made the case that skiing could benefit from a handful of backcountry ski areas that don't feature any lifts but offer gear rentals, educational opportunities, varied terrain, and...
The chairlift came to a hard stop about five minutes ago, and now you find yourself—we've all done it—asking that question: Can I safely jump from this height?
These bucket-list rides are guaranteed to be the most fun you can have on two wheels.
Over the past decade, skiers and snowboarders have been treated to a quick succession of improvements in goggle tech, from fast and easy lens-change systems to bespoke light-filtering tints that...
As participation in backcountry skiing and snowboarding grows, it's time to make the trails less traveled more accessible and less vulnerable to avalanches
At last, third-party platforms are able to access real-time availability of federal campsites, which will make it so much easier for you to book one.
The snackification of the country doesn't mean we have to eat like hipper versions of Cold War–era astronauts.
On January 17, a catastrophic inbounds avalanche occurred in open terrain on the K3 Chute of Taos Ski Valley's 12,481-foot Kachina Peak.
It’s upon us to act with decorum while the rangers we've entrusted with our safety, and a lot of our environmental protections, struggle to feed their families.
Here's a deep dive on six models specialized to either hardpack or powder but with the versatility to perform on any day.
There's one realistic thing we can do to survive the new era of giant blazes: build smarter communities that can take the heat.
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