A recent construction misstep in the high-alpine requires further U.S. Forest Service review
A pair of recent acquisitions has set the company up for success in years to come
The official announcement and more details to come next week
Officials at California’s Redwood National Park say visitors have caused damage to the tree and its surroundings
Plan accordingly, because these mountains all require reservations to hit the slopes in 2022
Images from photographers Dan and Janine Patitucci capture what it's like to run in the iconic mountain range
After decades of sticking to tradition, the Tour de France is trying out new things. Articles editor Fred Dreier has seven ideas for the race that, admittedly, may not be ready for prime time.
A 22-year-old man participating in an outdoor educator course was killed by a lightning strike in the Absaroka Mountains on Tuesday evening
We pitted the fictional Netflix miniseries against the reality survival game show to see which came out on top
In the new film ‘Thirteen Lives,’ the Hollywood A-lister plays Rick Stanton, the British diver who helped lead the effort to save 12 boys and their coach who were trapped in Thailand’s Tham Luang cave
TikTok is brimming with people who swear by the sound frequency for improved concentration and a sense of calm. We spoke to sleep and psychology experts to find out what the science says about the brown-noise trend.
Rivendell Bicycle Works built a loyal following by ignoring convention. But what happens when good intentions spark public outrage in a country divided?
Driven by closures and new parking rules, Colorado’s highest peaks saw a precipitous drop in hiker visits from 2020 to 2021
“Um, don’t do drugs kids (and don’t start spiders on fire during a drought),” Utah governor Spencer Cox tweeted Tuesday
I’m a Denver Broncos fan. I’m also an environmentalist, outdoorsman, and bike rider who lives in a world that seems increasingly choked with oversized adventure vehicles. Can I really be both?
How people get lost (and found) in the outdoors
One man’s quixotic journey into vehicle safety for dogs
When fair weather draws folks outdoors, the food vendors of Brooklyn cater to every taste. Here’s what New Yorkers were munching on this spring.
To control mass tourism, the National Park Service is working on solutions, like its reservation system. We tourists need to do our part, too. Here’s how.
Protecting your head is serious business, but unless you’re knowledgable about the technical specs that differentiate helmets, it can be hard to know exactly what you need out side of the general buckets of road, gravel, and mountain biking. Thankfully Specialized makes it easy find the right helmet…
The Wind Cave is the seventh-largest mapped cave in the world
Great Smoky Mountains is a mecca for millions of outdoor visitors each year. But as our 63 Parks columnist explains, that doesn’t mean you can’t find solitude and peace. Often all it takes is a walk in the woods.
Communication can be the difference between life and death in mountaineering. Climbers Scott Lehmann and Shayna Unger know that as well as anyone.
The highly anticipated 550-acre expansion into Bergman Bowl was slated to add 16 new trails and a high-speed lift
The new digital tool is built to help retailers manage all their assets, including workbooks, order forms, invoices, and more
Dig into one of Chef Biju’s favorite summer salads filled with seasonal fruits and veggies
Running solo is one of the best ways to wind down after a long day. Here’s how to feel safe and confident doing it.
Sean Allen, 38, went missing in mid-July after hiking alone. Friends remember him as driven and “very calm in the mountains.”
Outdoors lovers: coastal Georgia is calling your name
Watch as Annemiek van Vleuten and the peloton take on the final kilometer in the eighth and final stage of the 2022 Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift
Hatchets, saws, and axes have a place—and it’s not in the backcountry
Chef Biju Thomas keeps this traditional sweet rice dish simple, delicious and vegan-friendly
By repurposing scrap materials into gear, employing resettled refugees, and partnering with leading brands, Adiff is modeling a more sustainable textile industry
Western national parks like Yellowstone, Zion, and Joshua Tree are among our most iconic, but it’s the journeys road-tripping in between them that provide the greatest opportunities for adventure. From Montana to Southern California, here’s how to make the most of this itinerary and avoid the crowds.
Is the PürTrek pole-filter mashup a brilliant idea or a Frankensteinian mess?
How to turn unexpected problems into easy solutions the next time you go off-grid
How a satellite communicator helps me tamp down panic in the wilderness
Jody Rosen combines his acuity as a pop-cultural critic and his passion for the bicycle in his new book ’Two Wheels Good: The History and Mystery of the Bicycle’
The reality show’s cast members are beginning to wrestle with their emotions as temperatures drop and food sources dwindle
These climbers paddled down the drought-stricken waterway looking for big walls and challenging ascents. They found both.
The Colorado Craig Interagency Hotshot Crew spends their summers fighting fires in places like California and Montana
Deep, dark, and hiding some dreadful bits of history, Mammoth Cave, in Kentucky, is a fascinating place for underground exploration
For many of us, a visit to these communities is an idyllic escape, but racism exists there, too, and it’s important that we continue to address it
The compromise offsets climate spending with big wins for oil and gas, too
For queer Canadian runner Gabriela DeBues-Stafford, success is about leaving it all on the track
You don’t need a reservation to pitch a tent at these free and dispersed camping areas on public land, from empty beaches to lush forests to hot springs. Go, enjoy, and pledge to leave the place in better shape than you found it.
According to law enforcement in Curry County, Oregon, local residents tied a suspected arsonist to a tree after he got “combative”
Last week my house burned to the ground, and if that’s not bad enough, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder
Meet the winners of the Land Rover Defender Service Awards—and learn how to enter this year’s contest
From the perfect cooler to the best bug-repelling candle, we’ve rounded up our favorite products that make picnicking a breeze
Put down those soggy, freeze-dried go-to’s and dig into these delicious recs from Outside staffers
Durable outdoor cooking utensil? Yes. But to me, this century-old Griswold also symbolizes much more.