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High-altitude network could provide Internet access anywhere

More than 100 bikes from biopic available

Miscommunication between pilots may have contributed to crash

Marine park chain's revenue plummets

Proposed admission increases follow similar moves at other parks

Both sides agree to limit emissions; further efforts needed

A closer look at swim coaches who abused their athletes

Says sunken ship was "unseaworthy," wants $5.1 million

Pop star participated in fixed races to qualify for Sochi Olympics

Kilauea flow threatens village

Legislation calls for 3-year prison terms for offenders

Footage taken by fellow firefighters is stirring but unilluminating

Rocket-powered bike reached 207 mph

Allegedly dumps athletes who BASE jump or free-solo, including Honnold

Contraband smuggled on presidential plane

Tune out or risk poor sleep and other health problems

Star goes inside an anaconda wearing special suit

Dutch project previews a future of energy-generating roadways

First encounter in 60 years with embattled species

Blackhawk helicopter called in to aid operation

44-year-old mother of six clocks 6:28.6

Trekker captures images to commemorate Shackleton's expedition

Officials plan new national anti-doping agency

Scottish distilleries are in shock

Defies death above Chicago

Major cycling event seeks to narrow the gender gap

British rider targets midsummer in Majorca

Push to 'Go Digital' ahead of NPS anniversary

Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany take top honors

Beats mark set by Voigt last month

First sighting since the 1940s

World Marathon Majors postpones award ceremonies

Over the last week, five top mountain athletes died in three separate incidents in the Himalayas and Andes. Here, we’ve gathered remembrances from people who knew them best.

100 companies that believe the secret to success is empowering employees to live bigger, better lives.

Freeskiers had been filming on Chile's Mount San Lorenzo

Had been descending Argentina's Cerro Vespignani

Own Reese Witherspoon’s Hollywood-ready hiking boots.

As more and more people head into the backcountry, we’re triggering more slides than ever before. If you’re thinking about venturing into avalanche-prone terrain this winter, first read this.

We break down the best combo ski pass deals of the season.

Behold: The #OutsideMobile Instagram contest winners

Six new ways to power up without sacrificing taste

What makes a Best Town Ever? Access to adventure, healthy eating options, bike lanes, and green spaces. And these places have it all.

A visual breakdown of what makes for blissful travel—backed by science.

Join Grayson Schaffer tonight at 5 p.m. MT for an hour-long discussion about the future of Everest after the mountain’s most horrific day

They want to rethink the way we work out, build our gyms, fuel, and collect data. And they're coming for you next.

New research suggests that the best-looking cyclists are also the best-performing cyclists. So what does that say about who will win this year’s Tour?

A made-in-America longboard to keep you rolling proud

We put together a bracket of our 64 favorite towns in the country. See how your pick stacked up.

After 20 days and more than one million votes since the start of our 2014 Best Towns Tournament, we're finally down to the final four. With less than two weeks left, we take a minute to weigh in on what makes each of the finalists so special.

Lance Armstrong returns, Dean Potter wingsuits with his dog, the most epic mountain bike ride in Peru, and 7 more amazing shorts.

In his new memoir, George Hincapie delves into the past, examining his relationship with Lance Armstrong and his own choice to take performance-enhancing drugs. In an extended interview, he explains why he still has hope for cycling.

The U.S. soccer team's breakfast of choice.

A behind-the-scenes look at the toughest job at Outside: taking to the slopes of Utah to try out all the latest skis. Someone's gotta do it.

Timbertek's packable Baked Potato is a tough and tiny surfboard

What kinds of cities make families happy? That was our starting point. The answer, of course, is complicated. Our first assumption: kids like being around other kids. So we looked for cities where a high percentage of the population is under age 18. Next we looked at affordability...

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A proper randy romp in the backcountry takes preparation.

Easy gear upgrades to get you race-ready without mortgaging the house

You don't need a fancy kit to make it to the finish line.

Brought to you by the authors of "101 Places to Get F*cked Up Before You Die"

Knowing what to eat and when

Time to chuck the ab-blaster and sell the ellipti-trainer. All you need for your ultimate home fitness center are these key essentials.

There are some things you just can't leave home without. We're not just talking about your smartphone—there are more important things in life, especially if you're headed outside.

A technical tree house for campers of any age

River renegades! Crazy foreign correspondents! Somali kidnappers! These were the epic yarns and soul-stirring stories that held us transfixed.

From the shark that choked on a moose to an investigation into Tough Mudder's first death, we look back at the stories that defined the year.

A few tips from Dr. Luanne Freer, founder of the Everest Base Camp Medical Clinic.