The documentary 'Safety to Nome' follows 26 competitors racing 1,000 miles across the Alaskan tundra on foot, bike, or skis

Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus's new movie proves that Hollywood is perennially bad at depicting snow sports

An armchair psychological study of outdoor Instagram poses—and what you can do to stand out from the crowd. As illustrated by Outside staffers.

In 'Cat Tale,' a longtime environmental journalist documents the dramatic saga that brought this state animal back from the brink of extinction

One writer's meditation on the confusing world of snow-sports apparel

'Honeyland,' 'Into the Canyon,' and 'Okavango: River of Dreams' are generating buzz at Sundance and the Oscars. You can also stream them online.

In a new memoir, the photographer digs into the most meaningful moments of a remarkable human-canine connection

As former columnist Heather Hansman passes the torch to Erin Berger, the two share their strongest takes on outdoor media and culture

The case for giving gifts you personally swear by—even when it’s a humble stick of deodorant

With every post, Kiona, creator of the popular blog and Instagram account How Not to Travel Like a Basic Bitch, is teaching herself and her followers how to be, well, less basic

How can it be a wardrobe staple when nobody knows what it is?

Every year, calls on its A-team to capture the rotund glory of Katmai National Park’s brown bears

As Wyn Wiley, the creator of the drag-queen Instagram star, explains, it all started when he grabbed some six-inch heels buried in his closet and decided to take a risk

The Miami Murals project is adding an interactive digital layer to a series of climate-focused public art in a mural-crazy city

It takes skill to have no idea what you're doing outdoors

The famous waterfalls appear in about ten seconds' worth of her new music video, and some people are angry about it

One of our editors spent a month working through her feelings with Woebot, a therapy chat bot. Here's how it went.

A recent study claims women sleep better alongside a canine. But we know the truth: dog owners are deluding themselves that they're getting any sleep at all.

Prepare for lots of screaming (most of it from Adam Ondra)

A passionate, sometimes uncomfortable ode to the meatiest paws in the world (other people's words, not ours)

A former champion and constant runner-up face off on the final day of Fat Bear Week 2018, but every one is a winner in our hearts

For one week every fall, Alaska's Katmai National Park celebrates the survival skills and ample rolls of the happiest bears in the world. But there's more to their reigning champion than meets the eye.

The author's latest book features stories that are just as mired in the contradictions of humanity as they are in the humidity of the Sunshine State

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

An energized group of explorers are bringing the spirit of wilderness through hiking to American cities. Record-breaking distance trekker Liz Thomas and others are altering how we see urban spaces and inviting folks new to the outdoors along for the fun.

And not just in the medal count (though we did own the medal count)

We may never know who took the first full-color shot of Earth from Apollo 17, but asking the question is a space odyssey in its own right

It’s long overdue that we started talking about it, and it affects all of us

While the word may be out about Tofino, on Canada’s Vancouver Island, the incredible setting and eclectic locals still make it one of the best surf towns in North America

A new documentary bears witness to the last days of a dangerous and respected tradition in remote Nepal

You wouldn't think running shorts are all that different from each other. But you're totally wrong.

The iconic film festival has quite the spread this year, from a Nepalese man who gathers poisonous honey on high cliffs to a couple of pro climbers tandem-riding a scooter in an ode to 'Dumb and Dumber'

What a restless coffee drinker learned from going to circadian-rhythm rehab (a tent in the woods)

From festival favorites to hidden gems, these are at the top of our watch list

Here's what we learned about the state of the outdoorswoman in 2017 and the still-prevalent gender gap in the outdoor world

Grab a car and a buddy, then check out 40 miles of mysterious, awesome outdoor art installations

New shows we're excited about, plus our editors' picks for road trips and long runs

There’s more to be gleaned from the city’s white-sand beaches than a deep tan

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

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