Jonah Ogles (@jonahogles) is the articles editor at Outside. He previously worked at Cincinnati Magazine and the White Lake Beacon in Michigan.
A new poll of eight Western states reveals that most people are on the same page about public lands, renewable energy, and the importance of outdoor recreation.
A fly rod designed by famous fisherman Tom Morgan
A new survey across the department shows that it’s not just the National Park Service—the Department of Interior is plagued by the issues.
Documents obtained by Outside show that President Trump's Monday announcement will involve downsizing Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments by nearly a million acres each.
A newly-released survey finds a culture that discourages victims from speaking out.
A team of some of the top mountaineers attempt the first ski descent of the world's fifth-highest peak.
He made it from advanced base camp to the summit in 17 hours.
The longtime guide with Alpine Ascents summited for the 21st time on May 27, tying Apa Sherpa and Phurba Tashi for the most summits on the world's highest mountain
The most expensive, complex, and risky recover mission in the mountain's history is about to get underway—and that's a mistake.
Everything you and your pal need for the best summer ever
Snag that monster brown you’ve been chasing.
Let’s be honest—most of us could use a little help when cooking out. Start with your most important instrument: the grill.
The famed climber, who was known for his speed ascents, fell on Sunday, April 30, while preparing for a new route on Everest
We added up the miles we drove and flew to ski this year—and discovered just how terrible our obsession is for the planet.
Someone had to test them, right?
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