Scott Yorko is a nomadic freelance journalist and an Outside alumnus. He occasionally tweets @scottyorko.
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The stigma is gone. For years, canned beers were derided for their metallic taste. Worse, the options were limited—few breweries canned beer that you’d want to sample, let alone drink 12...
If successful, this will be the first human-powered traverse of the Northwest Passage waterway in one season. They aim to raise awareness of how rapidly climate change is depleting arctic ice by...
It's worth mentioning that like any snowballing trend, canned craft beer has seen a swarm of greenhorn breweries tapping the market, and many of them suck. We painstakingly surveyed the field to weed...
We cornered the founder of Burton Snowboards at Outdoor Retailer's Winter Market to talk about his company's latest developments, where he likes to ride most, and avalanche safety.
Michael Wigge has made two trips around the world: For one, he relied on strangers for food and accommodation; for the other, he bartered, trading a single apple for, eventually, a home in Hawaii,...
Let’s start with nature’s wünderfabric. Not only is merino wool (sourced mostly from sheep in New Zealand’s Southern Alps) a sustainable, bio-degradable fabric, but gear makers have figured out how...
Outside readers respond with their weirdest outdoor weekend plans.
How did they survive? From sharks and cougars to avalanches and frozen waters, four survivors' stories in their own words, plus expert commentary.
A descendant of America’s most famous acrobatic family brings classic daredevilry back to Niagara Falls.
Short conversations with the world's most interesting people.
Lewis dishes on the nuances of slackline tricking competition, the newest event at the Teva Mountain Games in Vail.
Paraplegic Jeremy McGhee prepares to climb and ski a major backcountry route in California
Bike Tribes, a book about cycling and bike culture presents findings from a study about the social behaviors of cyclists in an entertaining way
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