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A helicopter search spotted five bodies in avalanche debris

Epic ultras in the Alps. An urban loop in running's most beloved city. High desert treks through the American Southwest. These are without a doubt the best runs on the planet.

Sometimes dying in the mountains is just the luck of the draw

We don't want to hear about the time your dog did a fourteener. Mera, recently renamed Baru, made the first canine ascent of Nepal's 23,389-foot Baruntse in November 2018.

The legendary surfer brothers on the power of stoke and their new documentary

We dig into the finances of an Alpine Ascents International guide

These organizations want to help you tick that big once-in-a-lifetime trip off your list

Lightheaded or feeling woozy? Trekking companies are convincing tourists it's an emergency and making tens of thousands off the insurance claims.

Amid a frenzied conversation over shrinking public lands, Native Americans run hundreds of miles to honor—and take back—the land that's sacred to them

For one, it makes headlines for excellence and not for, um, dogs dying in its overhead bins

When you gotta go, you gotta go. These make it easier no matter where you are.

Even if you’re not planning on climbing Denali, you can still learn some backcountry best practices from these mountaineering incidents

From speed records to eco-anarchists, these reads explore the legend of an iconic place

Nikki Cooley and her sister want to get more Native people working in some of the the outdoor world's most coveted positions

The public's helping Colorado Parks and Wildlife crack down on the harassment of animals—one distressed moose at a time

The Sherpa climber now holds the top-of-the-world record

She’s a single mom who works as a dishwasher at a Whole Foods in Connecticut. And she just reached the top of the world for the ninth time.

The hangable berth is evolving

Six women talk about their experiences with harassment while recreating or working in the outdoor industry

Sherpa women aren’t encouraged to climb mountains. But that wasn't going to stop Dawa Yangzum Sherpa, who grew up in a Himalayan village with no electricity or running water but knew that she would one day summit Mount Everest. At 21, she stood on top of the world and then started a new quest: to become the first woman from her country to earn mountaineering's most elite title—an IFMGA.

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