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Grizzly and black bears have killed five people in North America over the last five months. Is this cause for concern?

At home with the successful young climbers and burgeoning social media stars

Exercise and digestion often don’t mix well, but scientists are on the case.

With the discovery of 52, some sociologists theorized that our fascination with the whale’s story came from a growing feeling of loneliness overrunning our technocentric society.

These are the best climbing movies on Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ right now

Democrats in Congress are pushing for a federal jobs program that would tackle climate, land use, infrastructure, and more. Here’s why it’s so urgent.

Follow along as professional photographer Stuart Palley explains how anyone can take amazing photos at night.

Despite IOC malfeasance and the ongoing pandemic, the five-ring spectacle is too seductive to ignore

After losing his father to cancer, a mule deer researcher embarks on a healing migration of his own

Knowledgeable and friendly rangers aren’t just found in our national parks

Create the ultimate wet-weather defense system with these six waterproof items

As a college student, writer Julia Rosen spent a summer on Alaska’s Taku Glacier, which kept growing for decades in spite of warming temperatures. Now, she reckons with its uncertain fate.

Because sometimes, you just want to get away from it all

The former pro climber became paraplegic after a bad fall on El Cap. Now she wants to raise awareness for how accessible the outdoors can be.

Israel Start-Up Nation’s physiologist Paulo Saldhana explains the data—and the feelings—that determine who attacks when in a cycling race

Bryan Rogala meets up with Outside’s marketing art director, Julia Walley, and her husband, Chris, and gets a tour of their Sprinter van’s garage

No two waterfalls are exactly alike, but these will always capture our imagination

Alaska’s Kobuk Valley National Park is an overlooked gem. It offers up the great caribou migration, stargazing and miles of solitude, and massive dunes you’d expect to find in the Sahara. This is the 40th stop on our 62 Parks Traveler's quest to visit every national park in the U.S.

After years of shredding on a screen, our web producer went outside to try the real thing. Plus: a one-month ollie training plan.

What this Olympic moment can teach all of us about mental health

In her new book, ‘The Joy of Sweat,’ Sarah Everts answers all of our writer’s questions about perspiration

Answers to the questions you’ve always had about perspiring but were afraid to ask

Sleeves still play an important role against the elements, even when it’s hot

What started as a fun personal challenge turned into a three-year van-life journey that pushed our writer to explore the most remote coasts in the United States

Catalina Island’s trails have long, sweeping climbs and descents, steep and chunky sections, plus buffalo, foxes, and more views than you can imagine

Phillip Dwight Morgan became obsessed with the hit History Channel series during quarantine. It inspired him to dive into survivalism and gave him skills to navigate an unprecedented year.

That shiny sheet of plastic you have wadded up at the bottom of your daypack can help you stay alive. Will it help you stay comfortable? That’s a different story.

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Whether you’re looking to spin endless country roads, grind backroad gravel, or cruise rugged singletrack, Texas has a ride for you

Think hotels with bike washing stations and retreats with spin classes, all located near miles of empty singletrack

You don’t have to spend a lot to improve your vehicle setup

Whether you’re stuck in the city or counting down the days to a summer road trip, we have a few expert-approved tips for exploring nearby nature

I always loved hiking but hated sleeping in a tent. When I stopped using one, I found new joy on the trail.

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All the inspiration and know-how you need to make the most of adventures on the open road

With summer here, we’re getting back into ambitious recreation, and that means a return to grit, sweat, and serious post-fun scrubbing. Cleanliness connoisseur Danielle Sepulveres explains how these wetdowns can create memories all their own.

Take a break from NPS crowds by visiting these lesser-known designations, which we chose based on spectacular scenery, great hiking trails, and unique features.

Her list of physical feats seems almost impossible. Win national sport-climbing competitions starting at the age of 13? Check. Summit Mount Everest? Check. Free-climb El Capitan in under 24 hours? That, too. But in order to cement her status as one of the world’s best climbers, there were more daunting obstacles to overcome.

Polaroid-style photography is the antidote for the smartphone era, and a great way to capture your adventures on film

Public lands have become more trodden and restrictive, but the pandemic-era craziness might not last

Our ten-year-old ripper tests the pedal-assisted Woom UP 6 to find out

After more than 25 years of deliberation, the sport of kings finally makes its debut at the Games

Despite GOP rhetoric, selling America’s largest rainforest to China was actually bad business

As the number one female street skateboarder in the country, Mariah Duran hopes to inspire more people to try the sport.

We’re eyeing these steals at Huckberry’s annual Summer Sale, which lasts now through July 26

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