Graham Averill

The Noodle Cure for Athletes

Ramen, a soup traditionally made of a rich broth, wheat noodles, a soft-boiled egg, and pork or chicken, ditched its cash-strapped-college-kid image around the time David Chang opened New York City’s...

20 Pieces of High-Quality Gear for $20 or Less

There's nothing wrong with drooling over that new $700 Gore-Tex shell, but not all adventure gear requires a second mortgage. We found 20 kickass items, from essential to frivolous, that are cheap...

How to Make the Perfect Cup of Coffee

Most Americans love coffee, averaging two cups a day. Our collective obsession, however, is nothing compared to the passion of Lemuel Butler, a competitive barista who won the United States Barista...

All the Gear You Need to Have Sex While Camping

Ecosexuals aren't the only people who think the great outdoors is sexy. According to a 2015 study by the British tent company OLPro, a majority of married couples are more motivated to have sex while...

5 Backcountry-Only Ski Areas

When Sun Valley built the first chairlift in 1936, it helped usher in the skiing boom of the mid-20th century. While we appreciate high-speed, heated gondolas with Wi-Fi, there’s also a place in our...

Around the World in 183 Miles

The World Marathon Challenge may be the greatest running event you’ve never heard of. This January, more than 35 runners will travel via charter plane to knock out 26.2-mile runs in Chile, Miami,...

5 Experiences You Should Gift This Winter

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with giving someone powder skis for Christmas or a new longboard for Hannukah. But what if this year—instead of giving more stuff—you chose to gift your loved one...

Mammoth Mountain Just Reinvented the Terrain Park

This winter, Mammoth Mountain is running a unique experiment where they’re building carefully crafted and maintained terrain park features inside Hemlocks, the mountain’s most famous hike-to bowl.

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