In late August, a British Columbia man pled guilty in a Fort Nelson courtroom to hand-feeding grizzly bears along the Alaska Highway
A 24-year-old Belarusian woman has died while attempting to reach the abandoned bus made famous by Christopher McCandless and 'Into the Wild'
Bear attacks are personal in the Yukon—there is no hiding from them.
Lands of Lost Borders author Kate Harris is a modern day explorer. This is what she has to say.
The best compliment I can give a nonfiction writer is that they make me care deeply about an obscure topic I would otherwise never have been interested in.
'The Terror' uses the supernatural to fill the blanks in the story of history's most infamous Arctic expedition.
A new academic article suggests that Scott's chances of success, and of survival, may have been undermined by one of his own men.
Roberto Zanda left the Carmacks checkpoint of the Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra just before noon on February 6.
This winter, I researched and field tested a half-dozen of the best boot options on the market.
Before she climbed onto her snowmobile and drove away, leaving us to the ice, Sarah McNair-Landry had a few parting words. "Don't burn the tent down," she said, hugging each of us hard. "Don't lose...
Probably not this time. Eva Holland looks at how a disturbing wildlife image went viral—generating anguish, anger, and confusion about the undeniably warming Arctic.
Every July Fourth, hundreds of racers descend on Seward, Alaska, for one of the most difficult short-distance races on the planet—3,000 feet up, and then straight back down Mount Marathon
The wildest rock-climbing event in the world happens annually in the Ozarks of Arkansas, in a u-shaped canyon with enough routes for 24 straight hours of nonstop ascents. They call it Horseshoe Hell...
Adventure narratives written by women are finally getting their due—and Blair Braverman’s 'Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube' is a new classic.
I want to hike up a live— or at least dormant—volcano. Where can I go without getting scorched?
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