Anna Callaghan

Anna Callaghan

Anna is a freelance writer based in Santa Fe, NM.

Climbing Needs More First Ascents by Women

In early December 2017, Dawa Yangzum Sherpa, along with her brother and two other Sherpas, set off to attempt Mount Langdung, an unclimbed peak in Nepal's Rolwaling Valley.

Talk Public Lands with Us at Night Zero in Denver

Outside has been covering the outdoors for decades, and it's no secret that we care about our public lands. We hope they'll be preserved and will remain open to the recreationists of future...

All You Want to Know About Climbing the Himalayas

The Himalayan Database, which has records of every Nepal expedition since 1905, is regarded as the statistical bible of mountaineering. This month, for the first time, the complete archive will be...

How to Survive Your First 100-Miler

When running four marathons in a row, it helps to enlist a professional to warn you about what to expect. I tested a bunch of that advice, so you don't have to.

Our Favorite Environmentally Friendly Jean Companies

Most jeans are terrible for the environment. In fact, you need 900 gallons of water—or 257 toilet flushes—to make a single pair. Producing indigo dye requires a toxic sequence that begins with...

Our 9 Favorite Summer Dresses

Some people have to wear pants in the summer because their job requires it. But why would anyone ever choose the cover their legs if they didn't have to? For those lucky enough to air it out, here...

Our Favorite Women's T-Shirts

Country songs have long talked about women wearing their "man's" T-shirts. I say to hell with that. Nowadays, there are lots of high-quality, smartly tailored, and feathery-soft T-shirts just for...

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