Jonah Ogles (@jonahogles) is the articles editor at Outside. He previously worked at Cincinnati Magazine and the White Lake Beacon in Michigan.
So beautiful you won’t want to take it onto the water
The comedian, actor, and author of the new woodworking book 'Good Clean Fun' talks about one of his favorite projects—a canoe paddle.
If you’re willing to work hard, conquer your fears, and maybe don some superhero spandex, anything is possible
With craft brewers exploring European styles, there are more varieties available than ever. Here's our guide to what's on tap.
We found the guide-worthy gear. The fishing skill is all on you.
The 100-mile stretch along the Gulf Coast is full of adventure
The singer’s new album comes after a two-year deep dive into the wild
Authorities have called off the official search for Randy Bilyeu, but treasure hunters continue to comb the area for leads
Body of Missing Ultrarunner Todd Ragsdale Recovered
A rollicking new book examines the extraordinary, nearly forgotten life of the american scout and adventurer
This month, a team of five elite climbers and skiers are in Nepal in pursuit of a project that has been tried but never successfully completed: the first ski descent of Makalu.
“No running.” It’s one of my guiding principles, along with “Stick to dirt roads whenever possible” and “You can never have too much ketchup.”
The Chinese government officially closed the north side of Everest Wednesday, but the south side technically remains open to climbers.
Jon Krakauer's latest work,"Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town" tells a relentless, exhaustive story about a three-year string of rapes in Missoula, Montana, and what they say...
This year, climbers on Mount Everest will use a new route through the Khumbu Icefall, the fast-moving and highly-unpredictable foot of the Khumbu Glacier that climbers must pass through on their way...