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Outside's Best Travel Photography of the Fall

Throughout the pandemic, we'll keep publishing news to help you navigate the state of travel today (like whether travel insurance covers the coronavirus), as well as stories about places for you to put on your bucket list once it's safe to start going more far-flung.

Photo: Mark Clinton
Photographer Mark Clinton ran into a young woman while travelling across Ireland who was completing her version of an Irish adventure bucket list. Last on her list? Cliff jumping.
Photo: Judith Marie Hoffman
After a cable car ride to the balcony on Aiguille du Midi in Chamonix, 12,600 feet separate you from the valley floor. Fernando Goncalves takes the quickest route.
Photo: Scott Rogers
Hayley Ashburn didn't settle for just an epic view on this Moab highline, she threw in a few yoga moves just to show off.
Photo: Silverton Mountain
September 30 on Silverton Mountain in southern Colorado. Enough said.
Photo: Marv Watson/Red Bull
Dawid Godziek celebrating the first east coast Red Bull Dreamline event in style.
Photo: Ian Bird
Julia Mancuso may just be one of those people that is really good at everything. Here she is on one of Fiji's biggest swells that hit this fall.
Photo: Woods Wheatcroft
A stiff wind and a dreid up lake bed gave Andy Feuling the ride of his life. Turns out the walk back wasn't as fun while photographer Woods Wheatcroft waited by the fire.
Photo: Morgan Maassen
When there's too much rain to skateboard, and too few waves to surf, free diving is a more than passable recreation alternative.
Photo: Christian Pondella/Red Bull
Mountain biking star Kelly McGarry used Utah's high cliffs to full effect at this year's Red Bull Rampage.
Photo: Liam Doran
Photographer Liam Doran hunkered down onto a slab of the Rockies in his backyard to highlight the rideability of this granite face.
Photo: Jami Tarris
Capturing the rotation of stars in a single frame isn't easy, but for photographer Jami Tarris, meticulously monitoring this long exposure was more than worth it.
Photo: Mark McInnis
This hammock session with an unrivaled view was reward enough for a longer-than-expected hike.
Photo: Justin Turkowski
Photographer Justin Turkowski had to swim quickly to catch up with his girlfriend, Kimi Werner, who found herself diving with a pod of dolphins less than a mile from Oahu's shores.
Photo: Paris Gore
Writer and extreme athlete Callum Jelley ripped through the scree fields of the English countryside.