Peter Vigneron is a former associate online editor at Outside and a former editor at Runner's World.
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From breeding horses for a drug kingpin to growing Nebraska soybeans, two new nonfiction books look at vastly different ways of making ends meet.
When Kyle and Rachel met in 2012, Kyle—a freeride phenom who won Red Bull’s notorious Rampage at age 17, in 2004—was burned out. Rachel, the 2006 junior national cross-country champion, was switching...
Ultraunner Rickey Gates takes a winding path across the U.S.
In California, millions of dollars' worth of almonds, walnuts, and pistachios are disappearing. Farmers are perplexed, the cops are confused, and the crooks are getting richer. We sent our...
A time-tested piece of headwear attracts a new cult following.
Mappy Hour—a portmanteau of maps and happy hour—got its start three years ago in New York City. The idea, says 26-year-old cofounder Alex Tilsley, is to “trade beta on adventures, facilitate relation...
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A classic highball boulder problem in Joshua Tree National Park.
A 36-mile, 10,023-foot ascent of the Haleakala volcano, one of the highest road rides in the world.
A nine-mile out-and-back from the South Rim to Indian Garden along the Bright Angel Trail.
A three-day, high-altitude expedition over some of the biggest summits in Grand Teton National Park.
A three- or four-day, 92-mile ride above the Colorado and Green Rivers in Canyonlands National Park.
A 223-mile trek through California’s Sequoia, Kings Canyon, and Yosemite National Parks.
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