Reid Singer is an associate editor at Outside.
Measures in the new spending bill should help the Forest Service manage fires, but there's still more to be done to prevent future catastrophic blazes
The Resilient Federal Forest Fires Act is based on the idea that unnecessary regulations and lawsuits have kept the Forest Service from doing its job—including the tree thinning that can prevent...
Dan Dennis spent six months rock climbing in Moab and around the West before deciding to start training for the Olympic freestyle wrestling team. Now he's at Rio in what may be his only shot at...
Get lost, in a good way
In his new collection of short stories, Rick Bass presents a series of vignettes far from the bustle of cities, but no easy answers.
Kurt Searvogel Set New World Record for Most Miles Biked in a Single Year
It might be the only way to survive.
Mother Nature's stewards are gaining power in politics.
Laws requiring helmets actually lead to more injuries.
Thanks to advances in materials, quality doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg
A new organization called the Sub2hr Project launched on Thursday with the goal of training runners to complete a marathon in under two hours.
On Monday, Vail Resorts unveiled a $50 million capital plan for upgrades to Park City Mountain Resort for the 2015-2016 ski season.
Organizers of the Primal Quest adventure race have announced that registration for the 2015 event will begin this Saturday, ending months of speculation over whether the race is really ending its...
A study published in Nature Neuroscience found that middle-aged participants consuming a drink high in cocoa flavanols—a type of antioxidant found in chocolate—performed better on a...
Alan Eustace, a 57-year-old computer scientist heretofore known for his work as a senior vice president at Google, has broken the world record for high-altitude skydiving, set just two years ago by...
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