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Jorts, Hawaiian shirts, sandals—we’re frolicking

An Everest thriller, ‘Bad Vegan,’ and Alex Honnold in the Amazon

A soggy slumber under a roller coaster, a chilly night in the Sierra, a high-altitude headache on Mount Whitney, and other tales of outdoor insomnia

We’ll include our favorite submissions in an Outside Instagram post

We asked a bunch of great writers to bear down, focus, and tell us what makes them giddiest in the outdoors. Join them as they celebrate everything from diving off rocks to adventure flirting to … shivering in a bed between cold sheets? (Hey, don’t judge.) Plus: five scientifically proven ways to up the fun and improve your health.

It’s time to settle a longstanding debate once and for all. Which sandal will be crowned king?

The apparel, equipment, and gear that Outside staffers and contributors are gifting to Mom

‘Severance,’ a John Green audiobook, and ‘60 Songs That Explain the ’90s’

Hey, spring, didn’t see you there

Show your love for Outside with caps, apparel, drinkware, and more

The Sunshine Protection Act wants to do away with changing the clocks. Naturally, we got to talking about how the shift might affect our outdoorsing.

Join us for a live Zoom Q and A with the beloved author, presented by the Outside Book Club, on Tuesday, April 5

A few winter flurries had the Outside staff reaching for some cozy booties, cherished beanies, and near-perfect ski boots

‘Normal Gossip,’ a book about navigation, and ‘Abbott Elementary’

After her 25-year marriage ended in divorce, the Outside contributing editor turned to science—and a river trip—to navigate through the darkness. Register here for our Zoom book discussion on March 9.

A poet laureate’s memoir, ‘Station Eleven,’ and a lacrosse film based on a true story

What we used to start the year right

If there’s one thing we learned from the pandemic, it’s that Americans work too much—and they’re sick of it. We sent seven writers on a mission to find out how to work less, adventure more, and live a truly fulfilling life. Plus: we profiled five people (re)shaping today’s wellness trends.

The world of fitness is always changing—for better and for worse. Here, we’ve focused on the bright side, spotlighting five faces in the health and wellness scene that are pushing for inclusivity, justice, and kindness, toppling old conventions to make their own.

When travel resumed in early 2021, Americans in droves headed south of the border, with most opting for popular tourist meccas. But why follow the masses when you can explore wild corners of the country few others visit? We rounded up 18 ways to do just that—and to support local economies while you’re at it.

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