No one knew if it could be done. But when Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler climbed Mount Everest without oxygen in 1978, they smashed one of the last barriers of human performance. Almost 40 years...
Where Animal Kingdom star Scott Speedman goes to blow off steam
Backcountry gear to make climbs easier and descents funner
Was it the time travelers, the jaguar people, or the song from Pocahontas? All I know is that, as my exploration of psychedelics grew from a few campout mushrooms to full-on ayahuasca ceremonies, I...
Even if protesters resist evacuation orders and police actions, they’ll still face the difficulty of living outside in North Dakota
A plan for a drive-up climbing center on the North side of the mountain also includes the mainstays of a modern resort: lodging, restaurants, and a museum. Is this the future of the world's highest...
For as long as sports have existed, athletes have tried to get an edge. But while cyclists, swimmers, and runners have to submit to regular drug tests, mountaineering doesn't fall under the purview...
Vikings star Travis Fimmel has exactly three possessions: his trailer, his pickup truck, and his horse
No snow in the forecast? That's no excuse to be lazy.
The ski world is going all in on high-tech safety gear, packing more features into smaller packages.
If your dogs are cold, you're doing it wrong.
A 20-year fight between energy and environmental interests over some of Chile's last undammed rivers has finally come to a close
Go (18 Time Zones Over Seven Days, All to Catch an Insanely Beautiful, Kremlin-Protected, Gargantuan) Fish
Halfway around the world, fly-fishing scientists are unraveling the secret lives of giant steelhead—one cast at a time.
Fed up with tight National Park regulations—no BASE-jumping, no slacklining, no fun!—adventurers are getting cozy with a surprising new advocate: the Bureau of Land Management. Nowhere are the agency...
A new proposal to further entwine the National Park Service and corporate advertisers takes us further down a path we never should have embarked on in the first place.
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