Kate Siber (@katesiber) is a freelance writer (katesiber.com) and a correspondent for Outside. She lives in Durango, Colorado with her husband, a large dog, a small cat, and a preponderance of sporting equipment.
Just because you’re ready to shack up with your squeeze, don’t assume your best friend is on board.
Getting hitched is the ultimate excuse to go big on a vacation. Don’t waste it.
Moving in with your geared-up, hyper-fit significant other is thrilling—and perilous. Proceed with caution.
As light pollution continues to crowd out the stars, a small group of activists and scientists are examining how it’s damaging humans and wildlife—and what can be done to fix it
And Charles Lindbergh’s grandson thinks he’s found a quieter way to fly
Webcams have changed the way we interact with the wild
And it’s coughing up the cash to make that happen
Our 2015 Life List is a user's manual for all the travel, fun, and affiliated delights you can cram into a year, from rocketing down an Olympic bobsled run to sleeping atop a giant fir tree.
Webcams now broadcast the intimate lives of bears, wolves, and other wild animals around the world, to hundreds of thousands of eager viewers. Whether that’s beneficial to conservation efforts is up...
This is a longterm relationship that will have a major impact on your lifestyle. It pays to choose wisely.
With cycling meetups, paddling races, and farm-fresh delivery services sprouting up all over the country, it's easier than ever to make the urban jungle your playground.
So what if Europeans get the entire month of August off—spring break is an American birthright. Whether you're toting the kids or fleeing civilization, we've got the trip for you.
Frequent-flier programs used to be simple: if you flew a lot, you earned a lot of miles. Not anymore. Following Southwest’s lead, two of the country’s largest carriers, Delta and United, recently...
South Georgia Island, isolated in the southern Atlantic Ocean, is an unforgiving place, but it's been a holy grail for large seabird colonies, as well as famed explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton.
There are 14 weekends between Memorial Day and Labor Day. These ground-tested strategies will help you conquer every last one.