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Ben Soja’s amazing ride from 2018 still stands alone in the record books

British explorer Karen Darke wants to become the first paraplegic person to ride an adaptive cycle in Antarctica

Nick “Chezwick” Gagnon became the fastest person to circumnavigate the enormous route, which takes in sections of five major thru-hikes

A New Mexico jury acquitted Cummings for the 2020 killing of 47-year-old Guillermo Arriola

We interviewed Steve Fliser, the new CEO of the X Games, about his vision for the annual summer and winter extreme sports competitions

The latest story of a tourist behaving badly in a national park is a real head scratcher

The Norwegian mountaineer was unable to obtain an entry permit from China to climb Cho Oyu and Shishapangma, putting her two peaks shy of the record

In 1937, Washburn left his cameras and gear behind while attempting to hike out of the Saint Elias Range. Almost a century later, freeskier Griffin Post set out to find the cache.

The new Netflix docuseries examines the 2015 Nepal earthquake. The film’s director explains why Mount Everest is just one component of a bigger story.

Under Mateschitz’s direction, Red Bull became a dominant player in outdoor and action sports

New details have emerged about the deadly avalanche that buried dozens of climbers in India on Tuesday

Escobar, 31, and climber Chelsea Walsh, 33, were found at the base of Tahquitz Peak near Idyllwild, California

The 49-year-old mountaineer reportedly fell into a crevasse just below the summit while descending the peak on skis. Elsewhere on the mountain, an avalanche killed one climber and injured a dozen more.

Harila has climbed 12 of the world’s 14 peaks above 8,000 meters. Now she’s asking for public assistance in obtaining a permit to enter China and ascend the final two.

‘Alone: Frozen’ wrapped up on Thursday, and the series crowned a female champion for the first time

This feature from Gaia GPS allows you to search recent satellite images for the best leaf peeping in your area 

Purja, 39, returned to the mountain on Tuesday, one day after a paragliding mishap. “I can laugh about it," he wrote on social media.

The kayaker shares what was going through his mind as he descended Idaho’s Lower Mesa Falls

A recent essay in ‘The Atlantic’ ignores the many ways in which electric bicycles are helping cyclists commute, recreate, and enjoy themselves

A new study on exercise at different periods of the day begs the question: When do you work, out and why?

A mare named Oriana is lucky to be alive after a terrifying tumble down a ravine in Oregon

Check out a fresh perspective of the world’s highest peak

Don’t whack a golf ball off one either, or chuck a Frisbee, or do anything else that jeopardizes the safety of your fellow hikers

The latest ‘Alone’ winner shares stories from surviving in Labrador and details behind preparing for the show

Officials at California’s Redwood National Park say visitors have caused damage to the tree and its surroundings

After decades of sticking to tradition, the Tour de France is trying out new things. Articles editor Fred Dreier has seven ideas for the race that, admittedly, may not be ready for prime time.

The reality show’s cast members are beginning to wrestle with their emotions as temperatures drop and food sources dwindle

According to law enforcement in Curry County, Oregon, local residents tied a suspected arsonist to a tree after he got “combative”

Nepali climber Sanu Sherpa is the first person to scale the 14 peaks above 8,000 meters twice

Nepali officials have denied a summit certificate to Russian mountaineer Katya Lipka, who flew a Ukrainian flag atop the world’s tallest peak

Every season, the survival reality TV show features a few bushcraft specialists who approach wilderness living with an artistic flair

The outdoor world has produced another horror story involving a clumsy tourist, a lost cell phone, and a search and rescue mission

A British tourist trekking in Kyrgyzstan was enveloped by a massive slide. Rather than take cover, he filmed the whole thing. We are... glad he’s OK.

An unidentified hiker went missing in California while retracing the footsteps of Jonathan Gerrish and Ellen Chung, who died with their one-year-old daughter of heat exposure and dehydration in 2021

Another contestant heads home early after the reality show throws viewers a few curveballs

The apparel manufacturer also joins a growing number of companies that have pledged to cover costs for employees who must now travel across state lines for abortion care

And the apparel manufacturer joins a growing number of companies that have pledged to cover travel costs for employees who must go to a different state to seek abortion care

Officials are looking into plans that would relocate the crowded camp downvalley and off the ice

Plus, the emotional agony that comes with quitting the survival show early

The 10,551-foot peak, formerly called Doane Mountain, has a new title that reflects the contributions of Native Americans

Meet Moose, the nine-pound Rex rabbit warming hearts along New Hampshire’s scenic trails

After two episodes, the survivalist reality show has already seen a few twists and turns

The outdoor-survival reality show returns for season nine—tune in and return to our site for updates and speculation on who will win

Kaitlin Armstrong, the partner of gravel cycling star Colin Strickland, is charged with first-degree murder

Moments after a historic win at the Giro d’Italia, Biniam Girmay popped a celebratory bottle of prosecco and was struck in the left eye. Amazingly, his wasn’t the first cork-related incident to occur this Italian tour season.

The 25-year-old gravel and mountain biking star was reportedly found bleeding and unconscious inside an Austin, Texas, apartment on Wednesday

A member of the climber’s expedition confirms that she has once again topped the 29,035-foot peak, breaking her own record of most successful Everest climbs by a woman

A Russian climber and a Nepali guide were involved in separate tragedies during a busy weekend in the Himalayas

A woman in Washington State learned the hard way that items dropped into an outhouse are best left alone

After receiving waves of criticism, the world’s first blockchain-based cycling club pivoted away from NFTs. For now.

Three experts on history’s greatest survival story discuss why the discovery of the Antarctic shipwreck only adds to the mystique of the famed explorer

Mountaineer Irina Galay wants Russian climbers blocked from the high peaks

Skiers out for a powder day watched in horror as two Black Hawk helicopters crashed near the Mineral Basin Express lift

Mental advice and skiing drills that will give you confidence on longer, steeper, and more challenging runs

In an apparent attempt to sidestep high-density housing, Woodside, California, a wealthy neighborhood just outside Silicon Valley, claimed it was habitat for mountain lions. The backlash was swift.

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The move may kill a controversial copper-nickel mining project located close to the protected wilderness

A fatal avalanche near Hoosier Pass, Colorado, is a reminder that dangerous slides can occur on gentle terrain

Sikh adventurer Preet Chandi crosses Antarctica, climbers lost in 2021, and a highly satisfying ski line

Gelje Sherpa to climb Cho Oyu from Nepal, Aspen businesses hungry for workers, and a strange cyclocross crash

Rescue on Sandia Peak, Alberto Salazar loses final appeal, and a staff shortage hits Vail Resorts

The cancelation of the Tour of Utah could signal the end of professional stage racing in the United States

The travel guru discusses the adventure that fueled his newfound love for hiking

We spoke to Mikaela Shiffrin about injuries, Simone Biles, and the pressures of Olympic stardom

Rising rents force workers out of Jackson Hole, Bode Miller’s ski academy, and the Florence brothers rule Pipeline

Windstorm decimates Taos forest, climate change could be friendly to poison oak, and fat biking on a frozen lake

Monobob makes its Olympic debut, Boy Scouts settlement hits $2.7 billion, and a splashy new whitewater film

Two climbers want to be the youngest to summit the 14 peaks, big tricks at Nazaré, and avalanche safety becomes art

Avalanche kills one and strands five in Washington State, Vail Resorts sells 2.1 million Epic Passes, and World Cup cyclocross racing makes its debut on snow

We hear from ”German Forrest Gump” Jonas Deichmann, Colorado renames a controversial mountain, and a family of bears shows their holiday cheer

Colorado researchers will study running and cannabis, spectator who caused Tour de France crash pays fine, and a mountaintop wedding for the ages

Forest Service limits permits to Boundary Waters after surge in visits, Mark Cavendish robbed at knifepoint, and what happens when hot water meets Siberian cold

Christina Birch becomes pro cycling’s first astronaut, a new route on Mount Everest sidesteps Khumbu Icefall, and CopenHill wins an award

Big-wave surfing in ‘100 Foot Wave,’ high winds cancel skiing world cup, and a bald eagle versus one brave prairie dog

Jonas Deichmann swims, bikes, and runs the globe, Aspen cancels ski race due to snow, and a skydiver flies into a volcano

Outdoor Recreation’s impact on tribal lands, renaming a California state park, and Candide Thovex trims the trees

A Piolet d’Or story sparks a climbing debate, Zion National Park’s deadly year continues, and Lindsey Vonn tackles the Twitter trolls

Consumer-direct Fezzari challenges the big brands with this mountain-bike-inspired gravel racer that’s best on rough roads and trails

Hikers rescue stranded dog on Pico de Orizaba, Mikaela Shiffrin ties World Cup wins record, New Zealand MP bikes to childbirth

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