Abigail Wise is Outside's online managing editor. Tweet her at @AbigailWise.
Do you really need a climbing bra? You'll want this one.
Enough with the pink, poor fits, and only marketing beginner gear to women
How two digital editors are using the online encyclopedia to advocate for women in the outdoors.
The best runs, rides, climbs, and places to refuel in the city that never sleeps
The Grand Canyon faces threats from every side.
Whether you’re looking to improve your technique or pick up a new sport, the summer of 2016 has plenty of offer. These events and workshops are aimed toward women.
Belgian photographer Johan Lolos spent a full year in New Zealand, posting pictures of his adventures on his Instagram account, @lebackpacker, working for the Lake Wanaka tourism department, and...
These eight podcasts harness a sense of adventure, inspire you to train harder, and help find your new favorite beer to kick back with after your next sufferfest.
Because there’s a lot more to running than lacing up your shoes and hitting the pavement.
On Saturday, the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Bureau of Reclamation will all offer free access to their public lands.
On Friday, Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Arizona) and five other Democrats introduced the National Park Service Centennial Act in an effort to bring more funding to national parks.
On Thursday, rock climber Hans Florine began his 100th ascent of the Nose of El Capitan.
A new paper, published last week, suggests that people are not only getting enough sleep, but they have been consistently for the last 50 years.
With only 12 percent of the 472-square-mile Okanogan Complex wildfires in Washington contained and wildfires blazing in many other western states, U.S. fire fighters are turning to outside help.
The West is burning. Here’s how to protect your lungs.
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