Actually, It Is Rocket Science
At the First Church of What Happens NextMIT a NASA-trained engineer and his stable of whiz kids are jump-starting the future of outdoor gear
Nasty, Brutish, and Loud
Hop on (HUH?), rev up (WHAT?!), and take a trip (I can't HEAR YOU!) deep into the hillbilly heart of West Virginia, where gas-huffin' ATV motorheads churn through the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Areaa private preserve devoted to the joys and sorrows of four-wheeling. (ARRRRGHHH!)
The Ghost of Shipwrecks Future
Diving on lost ships is one thing. Exploring the boat that shadowed your life is a murkier adventure entirely.
The Adventure Adviser
Vacation tips from Outside Online's Travel Expert
It sounded like a good idea at the time: Journey to the sopping epicenter of the wettest place on earth, bag the peak, and get back in time for supper. But that was before the clouds clamped down on Mount Waialeale. Before the jungle closed in and the map became irrelevant. Before the machete-wielding, pig-hunting swamp guide said, "Would be so easy to get lost
Maine's Salty Side
Ski resorts that give you the best of both worlds
A famed Texas climbing route gets cloned indoors
Arcs over the Arctic
An Adventure Travel Guide to British Columbia
What does it take to steer across the Bering Strait? Guts, persistence, andoh yeaha seven-ton SUV.
Where the Ghost Bird Sings by the Poison Springs
The river was pleasant, really, wide and coffee-colored. We can poison nature and go on poisoning it; something precious always remains.