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We’ve come a long way from the chlorine troughs of yesteryear

Outdoor tools and tech have come a long way since the days when alpinists wore straw hats

The beloved annual gathering is in person again in Telluride, Colorado, and screening some of the most exciting adventure films of the year

What to buy and what to avoid if you don’t want to pay the insane markups on new and used cars this summer

Surf companies have been ignoring compelling research that could make wetsuits warmer and easier to paddle in. Two scientists are making sure someone listens.

Hundreds of mountaineers are taking advantage of clear conditions on the world’s tallest peak

The 25-year-old gravel and mountain biking star was reportedly found bleeding and unconscious inside an Austin, Texas, apartment on Wednesday

Soon after Ranga Perera immigrated to the U.S. with his parents from his home country of Sri Lanka, his father passed away from a heart attack. The loss devastated Perera, and he struggled to fully engage with his own life for years, as a child and into adulthood.

The Swiss Alps are home to an incredible new hut-to-hut runners’ route called the Via Valais. It’s a little demanding—150 miles, nine stages, and 42,000 feet of elevation gain—but if you can take it on, you’re guaranteed one of the most spectacular adventures of your life.

Is the age-old craft of oral storytelling going by the wayside? Not if we can help it.

In 2013, writer Mary Grimm got lost amid whiteout conditions and had to fend for herself for nearly a week

Night comes alive when you let your voice and imagination lead you—and your rapt audience—somewhere surprising

Six contenders have fallen from the mix. It all comes down to this. Your vote decides the outcome.

A behind-the-scenes look at Benedikt Böhm’s incredible feat on Nepal’s Dhaulagiri VII

Like the two-hour marathon chase, next month’s assault on the seven- and eight-hour Ironman barriers will require some rule-bending

Mother Nature’s most bizarre wonders are created by all-real natural effects

Sponsor Content: Athletic Brewing Company

Celebrate your miles all summer long with a crisp and refreshing nonalcoholic beer that won’t undo your hard work

For many hikers, stopping can be harder than continuing, even if it’s a good idea

The film ‘Usufruct’—a word that means the right to enjoy something—emphasizes how part of enjoying public lands entails working not to destroy them, and what we can do to mitigate such loss.

Chalk Plant hopes to raise funds through Web3 technology to build a climbing space in Brooklyn

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