Because nobody will remember this storm as much as the children who got to stay home because of it.
Whether in Texas or Uruguay, the core of a cowboy is the same: a connection between man, animals, and the land. Brooklyn-based photographer Luis Fabini, who was born in Uruguay, spent the last decade...
With all the great gear out there, sifting through everything and pinpointing the five we’re most excited about can be tricky. But our editors scoured the Outdoor Retailer show floor in Salt Lake...
Writer Mark Sundeen spent the last three years chronicling the lives of three couples who have dropped out of mainstream society, trading cars, technology, and electricity for freedom and hard work...
If posting to your feed is an act of love, these parks had the most adored vistas of the year
It felt like the Year of Audio, and not just because Outside launched a show of our own in March. Now it's time to take a look back.
Revisit our best videos of the year—picked by you
Revisit our best of the year—picked by you.
Here at Outside, we get to see and test a lot of gear, so know exactly what to gift our friends and family members who play outdoors. To help you finish up your shopping, we had some of the staff...
These German artists used drones, kites, and projectors to create some of the coolest photos we’ve seen this year
The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar.
Wolf howls, bird songs, crickets, frogs—soundscapes contain clues to not only what's going on around us but also who we are.
In 2007, Doug Walker found three dusty boxes at a flea market in Los Angeles. Inside were more than 30,000 negative film strips discarded by Surfing Magazine, all of them from the 1970s.
Editor Chris Keyes talks with outgoing Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell about what's next for the Department of the Interior and the environmental movement.