From dog-eared classics to under-the-radar picks you've never heard of, this is our list of 15 books that will awaken the adolescent Outsider.
Can you outfit an entire trip with random scores from gear subscription boxes?
You worry about your vacation—we’ll handle the reading list. We'll even help you decide which book to take with you (just in case you're a little too busy on the trail to read all of our picks).
There’s a lot going on in dogsledding that’s tough to capture on film: subtle physical demands, the bond between human and animal, the struggle against the elements.
For roughly the last 2.6 million years, winter has won out in the Arctic. All that changed in 2007, says veteran Canadian journalist Edward Struzik in his new book Future Arctic: Field Notes from a...
If you’re a regular watcher of The Weather Channel or consumer of weather-related social media, you probably already know that the eastern United States was recently besieged by Winter Storm #Sparta...
The one song you’re pretty much guaranteed not to hear anyone humming around the lodge is “Fly” by Steve Azar — the “official song” of FIS 2015.
No Turning Back is a movie about fun people who dig playing outside in winter—and oh, they often happen to be doing amazing stuff on planks.
With a bevy of new ski and snowboard films in theaters this month, a quick primer on what sets ski porn apart.
Brooklyn-based guitarist Steve Gunn probably wasn't thinking about seasons while laying down tracks for his rich, mesmeric new record, even though the album's title, Way Out Weather, is a nod to...
In Hollywood's vision of horror, the real nightmare isn't on Elm Street—it's the cold, desolate forest itself.
Ugh. It’s 2014, and I am still writing about survival television shows.
Burt's Bees cofounder Roxanne Quimby wants to hand the government a new national park in northern Maine—election-year politics and residents' NIMBYism be damned. Brian Kevin investigates the boldest...
Douglas Brinkley's biography of Teddy Roosevelt proves we still have a lot to learn from the conservation giant.
Disney is getting back to its nature-documentary rootsbut can the company escape its own legacy?