Jonah Ogles (@jonahogles) is the articles editor at Outside. He previously worked at Cincinnati Magazine and the White Lake Beacon in Michigan.
Welcome to Telluride, the best little stoner town in America
Now, thanks to Chad Pastotnik at Michigan's Deep Wood Press, I can hang "The Mad Angler's Manifestro" on my wall. Deep Wood is selling limited-edition prints signed by the author and artist ($235 for...
How Sandra Steingraber is leading the war against hydraulic fracking
Ann Bender, the multi-millionaire accused of killing her husband in their sprawling Costa Rican compound in January 2010, will again face trial for the murder.
End summer right. celebrate Labor Day with the Outside Backyard Pentathlon.
An upper-crust seafood sandwich gets democratic (Plus: How to make your own Baja lobster roll)
Josh Fox, the director of HBO's fracking documentary Gasland II talks environment, contamination, and community
And we mean "trips" in the literal sense. Our contributors share their most-loved, go-to spots across the U.S.
When he isn't guiding world-renowned photographers, psychologists, and Hollywood acting coaches, Chris Dombrowski is writing. We caught up with him on the occasion of his new book.
The surfing legend is not entirely sure where that number came from or how accurate it is—"I don't measure waves," he told us—but he is sure of one thing: This was one of the most dangerous...
Erden Eruc circumnavigated the globe by boat, feet, and bike—and he did it all alone.
Despite the condemnation, the novelty of exotic pets still hasn't diminished.
The runner-up for best U.S. road running town is Mammoth Lakes, California.
This is exactly what I've always wanted to do. Belinda Bain bought a mountain in Big Bear Lake, CA and built a zipline so she could glide down the side of it at 45 mph. The project reportedly...
From fresh, tropical milkshakes to buffalo steaks the size of your head, we dug up the best chow near America’s national parks.