Joe Spring is a former editor at Outside. His writing can be found in The New York Times, Canoe and Kayak, and the Santa Fean.
Put some wheels on this thing and you've got your ideal adventure home.
The Deadliest Animals In the United States
One year ago today, photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros died after a mortar shell exploded near them...
Outside's picks the biggest people, places, and events of the last year
Need a little outdoor inspiration? Here are the best places online to get it.
Director Chris Paine talks about his new documentary Revenge of the Electric Car; the best websites for long-form journalism, and an iPhone app with beta on 17,000 climbing locales.
Hypothesis: Napping improves mood, memory, and fitness, Time Commitment: 30 days
How to Take a Nap at Work
A lifelong fisherman gets his first taste of the hard stuff.
How to become an adventure filmmaker: Turns out those years of dedication to climbing or kayaking or skiing are actually good for your resume ("Told you, dad!"). Making adventure TV requires physical...