Who knows best the cost of rowing solo across the Atlantic? She who finishes last.
The marines' mountain warfare training center is the ultimate test for some of the world's toughest troops: a make-it-or-leave regimen of backcountry ski combat, torturous night maneuvers, and deadly...
Injury, pain, the psychology of recovery, and getting back on the trail
Once a nation of adventure-athletes, America is getting fatter by the day.
A half-mad dash to Hkakabo Razi seemed like a good idea at the time. And hey, how tough can it be to sneak past the Chinese Army?
With an armed scout for for protection, our man seeks out rare ibex, wolves, baboons, and signs of hope along cliff-edged trails in the formerly war-torn mountains of Ethiopia.
Time was, you could crisscross America with nothing but a rucksack and a thumb. You still can, if you know how.
An ice-climbing trip to Scotland brings new respect for the sport's big-hearted pioneers
He was packing for a trek through roughest Afghanistan when the world shook. Sometimes adventure has to wait.
Going core with Yvon Chouinardleery capitalist, walking contradiction
Scenes from the Gorge Games, and looking for the new face of adventure
Why travel to remote places? Why bother with the hassle, the expense, the danger? Because it's actually cheap, intoxicating, and easy.
Some peaceful recreation on a journey from Gallipoli to Troy, where the echoes of war never die
A cold mountain, a mismatched pair, and a meditation on the strange chemistry of partnership
If you want to get high, there's still a price to be paid for invading the towering ranges—despite some newfangled shortcuts