Tim Neville

Tim Neville

Outside correspondent Tim Neville writes frequently for the magazine and other large publications like The New York Times. He lives in Bend, Oregon, where he skis Mount Bachelor as much as he can. You can follow him on Twitter @Tim_Neville.

Ueli Steck

Speed Freak

Nobody climbs faster than Swiss superman Ueli Steck, whose rapid ascents of classic routes are just as demanding as three-minute miles. Now Steck is taking his death-challenging act to the ­Himalayas...


The Top 10 Heli-Ski Destinations in North America

From weekend escapes for beginners to weeklong expeditions for seasoned pros, the best destinations on the continent for taking flight. Bighorn at Revelsoke, British Columbia, is the best place for...

Father Plays Best

They say that becoming a dad means your days of big trips and serious adventure are over. They are so wrong.

Michael Silitch

The Apprentice

Ski and climbing guide Michael Silitch is the only American working for the Compagniedes Guides de Chamonix, the exclusive, secretive outfit that runs the show in France's most extreme winter-...

Tuning Up Your Skis

Tuning Up Your Skis

"Ninety percent of people do nothing to take care of their skis from the day they buy them to the day they throw them in the trash," says Peter Boyer, of Boulder, Colorado's Alpine Base...

What Chris Figenshau, Photographer, Brings

The 37-year-old Victor, Idaho, resident spends over 100 days a year in the field, often chasing the world's best skiers around in snowy ranges from Bolivia to Morocco. Here's what he usually...

Winter Camping: Igloo Building

Dome Sweet Dome

With help from a frosty wizard named Igloo Ed, our man builds the wilderness hut of his dreams


Island Action

Nine Caribbean playgrounds heavy on the sports—and dead serious about kicking back

Palau Islands

Spin the Globe

We've been tracking the adventure travel world for more than three decades. Our latest discovery? The planet is more wide open for exploration than ever. Whether you want to raft an unknown...

Be Afraid. Please.

As "average" Americans travel farther afield, a veteran traveler starts to feel, well, average


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