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Wes Siler explains why ATVs aren’t the menace to the outdoors many have come to believe they are

This feature from Gaia GPS allows you to search recent satellite images for the best leaf peeping in your area 

Your style, no matter the reason, is your choice. Period.

And what it means for the future of America’s public lands

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Across the West, resort towns are facing a livability crisis. Luckily, advocates say, this problem can be fixed.

Build strength and alignment to help eliminate overpronation and protect your feet and ankles

As always, Apple found clever ways to improve upon its camera lenses, making the latest iteration increasingly useful for outdoor adventures

When you confront your mortality on a regular basis, the shift in perspective can be profound

Christopher Blevins became the first U.S. man since 1994 to win a round of the cross-country Mountain Bike World Cup

Oregon voters have opened the door to treating mental illness with substances like ketamine and psilocybin. In a peek at the future, our seeker attends a backwoods retreat where patients get help from a powerful combination of drugs and the outdoors.

Want to cook chocolate fondue, grilled cheeses, and cold-soaked meals with one device on trail? The Vargo Bot is the miracle that makes it happen.

A new study investigates how different types of physical performance are affected by the time of day

Kona? Out. St. George? In. Instead of the Big Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, triathlon’s Big Show will take place in southwestern Utah.

For Tributaries Digital Cinema, balancing cameras on shaky bows is just the way to show off life aboard beautiful boats

Even if you don’t climb Washington’s highest peak, the spectacular views and scenery in Mount Rainier National Park will leave you invigorated, says our 63 Parks columnist of the 42nd stop on her quest to visit every U.S. park

And it’s made in America by a new company you’ve probably never heard of

In which two bold but questionably sane adventurers actually do for reals what Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels only pretended to do

The South American pack animal is the perfect companion for getting deep into the wilderness with little ones

Máxima Acuña fights to protect her land as she stands up to the largest gold producer in the world: U.S.-based Newmont Mining Corporation

Sprays, lotions, wipes, apparel, and devices to keep mosquitoes, ticks, and flies at bay

The case of 24-year-old Daniel Granberg, who died of high-altitude pulmonary edema earlier this month, highlights the danger of altitudes well below the Himalayan “death zone”

The Prime X is banned for professional athletes, but that might be its main selling point

Williams is offering the biggest prize purse in U.S. cycling at a new criterium in Sacramento

Bryan Rogala shares his first impressions of Kuat’s new Piston Pro X bike rack. They’re very positive.

Some of the most popular national-park sites come alive this season, offering vibrant hikes, cool camping weather, and amazing wildlife spotting

If you need inspiration or the right instructions to raise your cooking game, these books have you covered

Breathable, stink-free, and softer with wear. What's not to love?

A series of extreme weather events stripped the lower 48’s most glaciated mountains of their snowpack, leaving guides in the lurch

Stories are about how human connections are made and kept in the outdoors, and how they’re evolving now—when community has never been more important or more at risk

Are you even bikepacking if you’re not hiking your bike, wiping out, making wrong turns, and going completely off plan? We’d argue no. But does that make it any less rewarding? Well, that’s up to you.

Smart tips to make sure your new adventure partner has a blast and feels welcome outside

A new study suggests that hydrogels enable you to down more carbs with less digestive distress, and race faster as a result.

We’ve sweat in them, worn them on muddy trails, and through countless miles on pavement. Now they’re discounted.

After a particularly rough spring, an Outside editor invested in a Coway Mighty air purifier to help with her asthma. She’s breathing better already—and the rest of her family is, too.

An unnatural lack of fear, a high tolerance for suffering, and a healthy sense of humor. Just ask Cedar Wright.

A firsthand account of a free-solo accident in the Sierra Nevada

In ‘Fuzz,’ science journalist Mary Roach travels around the world to examine people’s troubled attempts to coexist with wildlife

A new app called NatureQuant harnesses the latest research to track and rate your time outside. Next up: determining how much you need.

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