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This Winnebago is how we want to do #VanLife

Leica just revived the instant camera

Your flask is ugly compared to this handcrafted beauty

You say that you love the earth, but do you love it as much as Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle? We talked to the creators of the Ecosex Manifesto about what it means to be ecosexual.

You can start a fire with this carabiner

This car camping tent requires no assembly

They now make tiny houses that pop up like tents

The professional skier balances spending time with her 4-month-old son and training for the 2018 Olympics

Travel the world for months with just the items in this photo

Our preview of the four most anticipated powder flicks dropping this fall

For those days when you need a boost on the water

Introducing your new favorite mobile pizza maker

A portable keg that keeps your beer bubbly

A standard piece of clothing that just got a lot more useful

Currently under construction in Ridgway, Colorado

Beautiful and efficient, it's a good excuse to downsize

A recyclable tiny house made from cardboard

It's beautiful, compact, and, best of all, can be towed by an Outback

Inspired by Japanese Ofuro soaking tubs, it’s made from red cedar and aluminum and takes 2.5 hours to heat

The weapons in the arsenals of this year's athletes

Practice your airs, then go inside for hot cocoa

Available in two easy-to-carry sizes for your next backpacking trip

Instead of making Sherpas carry ropes and hardware over the dangerous Khumbu Icefall, helicopters are now doing it

Chose from 22 bits, then wrench, screw, and cut away

For those who want to camp way, way out there

Research shows that higher temperatures around the world’s tallest peak are thawing its glaciers, which could spell doom for villages in the Khumbu Valley

A full-face snorkeling setup that lets you breathe from both your nose and mouth when underwater

Ditch the musty, ramshackle log house and stay in this exquisitely located architectural gem

The perfect daypack for both urban and mountain adventurers

Your dog can now have his own Airstream

A $40 multi-tool that fits in your wallet

The perfect getaway for mountain bikers and skiers alike

Forget the Model S. We want this electric scooter instead.

322 square feet of avian-inspired luxury

This device takes the hard work out of homebrew

The perfect mix of heritage, style, durability, and comfort

A simple, affordable tiny home in Belgium

Tiny houses just keep getting better

A special line of hand-crafted boards to celebrate the iconic resort’s birthday

This iconic drink deserves the right drinking vessel

A few boutique U.S. companies are making headway to bring the entire supply chain—from raising the sheep to processing the wool to sewing the apparel—back home

We’d gladly put this beautiful machine through its paces in the far north

Ditch the wood and the nails for this instant tree house

Buy it for weekend cruises. But mostly because it'll look good in your driveway.

Most U.S. resorts have adopted a no-drone policy. Here’s what you need to know about where and when recreational UAVs can fly.

A 73-year-old American man is heading to the Himalayas for an unusual opportunity: getting a shot at a peak no one has ever climbed before

That high-pitched whine you’re about to hear at your favorite ski hill? It’s the sound of UAVs dropping avy charges.

What would a ban on inexperienced climbers look like? And who would be affected?

You've seen the images from Everest Base Camp and Kathmandu, but one village was hit so hard that it ceased to exist altogether. Half the population was buried. The others had to find a way out. This is their story.

Tony Schiena's go-anywhere, do-everything fitness regimen

A first-hand account of the April 25 temblor that rocked Nepal from a local Everest guide

Chinese announce that Everest and all other mountains in Tibet are closed for the season

The veteran climber explains the decision to close Everest's north side to climbers, and how teams are working through the aftermath of the earthquake

In a remarkable rescue effort, helicopter pilots ferried dozens of climbers to safety from Camps I and II. Meanwhile, reports continue to come in from other Himalayan peaks—including Makalu and Annapurna—that were hit by powerful avalanches.

The avalanche that effectively closed Everest last spring hasn't stopped crowds of climbers from flocking to Base Camp. These are the stories that will define another controversial season.

Think of these as your most dependable travel buddies, coming to the rescue at a moment's notice.

Plus three more sheep-wool alternatives to keep you warm this winter.

A handful of years ago Rachel Brathen was a cigarette-smoking, rebellious teen in Sweden. Then she moved to Costa Rica, found yoga, booted up Instagram, and became a yoga celebrity—if there is such a thing.

What happens when you take away the road, the cheerful volunteers handing out energy gels, and most of your sanity? You get some of the gnarliest races out there.

With 45 successful summits, this season on K2 seems too serendipitous to be true. But safely conquering the mountain took grueling amounts of work and skill, too.

Tragic news following a charmed summit day

Second-tallest mountain enjoys a potential slew of great successes

Sometimes you have to take your own advice—or suck it up and eat crow.

The roomiest, sturdiest, and most stylish hanging nests of the year

Ravaged by historic flooding, the European nation is struggling through crisis. But behind the destruction is a gem of a country well worth a second look.