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U.S. Olympian struggling with depression

Siberian trainer says beverage saved animals

Responsible for Australian strandings

An invite-only conference series for young progressive leaders plans to make a permanent home in the Wasatch Range, buying Powder Mountain for a rumored $40 million

Considering Yellowstone and Glacier

Kona record holder to move on from racing

Join us for Josh Thomas and J.J. Kelley's film Go Ganges!, which documents two adventure travelers using any means necessary to explore India's sacred river

Norwegian dominates downhill and super-G

First evidence of affected mollusks

We talked with the Survivorman star about finding your meals in the backcountry, and why you should consider foraging your own holiday feast—and maybe even eating it raw and rotting

Largest criminal payment in history

May have exported to Mexican slaughter plants

Asian Games gold medalist charged

Wildlife trafficking treated as security threat

Reality show to pit contestants against each other in the wilds

Tour de France champ was on a training ride

Area notorious for anti-cyclist aggression

Despite reassurances, the city might not be ready

Blazes past competition in giant slalom

Says federal researchers not responsible for mauling

Over the past five years, Google has taken its Street View maps to 43 countries, deploying cars, trikes, snowmobiles, and even a submersible to map 360-degree panoramas of the world around us. In June, the company announced a new initiative to bring the same seamless experience into the backcountry in a bid to create the world’s most amazing trail maps.

Path on private land must stay open

Measure seeks state control of federal land

Lawsuit says caffeine caused arrhythmia

Second Colorado resort to open this season

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