Hopping on a plane to your next adventure or just to visit the folks? You might as well be comfortable.

The best adventures are too wet, dirty, and cumbersome to contain—unless you've got the right luggage

Teton County is known for its endless adventure—and for its tax-haven status and lack of affordable housing. We asked four residents earning between $30,000 and $200,000 how they make it work.

Love playing on our public lands? It's time to help pay for them.

Outdoor brands are becoming a politically active force. Now that the battle for Outdoor Retailer is over, what's next? We spoke with a dozen industry leaders to find out what battles are shaping up.

The company is urging thousands of Utah voters to call the state's governor in support of the new monument

The short days and snowy roads of winter shouldn't stop you from a classic tour

And they won't appear on Walmart shelves. But the acquisition will help the behemoth retailer compete with Amazon and it could even strengthen Moosejaw's brick-and-mortar business.

The company that runs the industry's largest trade show is listening, but more brands need to speak up if they really want to make Utah feel the hurt

Whether you’re planning a quick-hit escape or you want to chase powder all winter, we’ve got the ski-resort beta you need

Now that the TPP looks likely to be killed, consumers can forget about cheaper backpacks and shoes. The hope is that more American jobs will make up for it.

Snowmakers do their jobs at night, in frigid temperatures, while handling heavy, cumbersome equipment. Which means they need gear they can rely on.

Studies have shown that being outside has positive psychological and physiological benefits. Can the nature cure compete with Xanax?

Superior protection for all kinds of conditions

For all your fast-and-light pursuits.  (Black Diamond) Black Diamond Helio Best For: Going fast and light.  The Test: Even if it remains stashed in your pack all day, a lightweight shell to shed squalls and seal in critical warmth should be part of every backcountry adventurer’s kit. And the Helio…

Run cold? You'll want one of these insulated beasts.  (Adidas) Adidas Terrex Climaheat Techrock Best For: Instant warmth.  The Test: Heading into the backcountry? Pack a big puffy to snuggle into during rest breaks, while on belay, or as emergency insul­ation. With 800-fill goose down wrapped in Pertex fabric, the 1.1-pound Techrock…

We break down what's in the can, plus how to use it effectively

While the nation freaks out over the presidential race, 
a climbing legend is quietly helping the industry become a powerful force

The OARS founder and conservation icon was among the first to run non-motorized river trips down the Grand Canyon

We tested the SubQ Designs Jackson air bag jacket in Jackson Hole and found it ideal for skiing lift-accessed backcountry

The Douchebag Snowroller. Awful name, totally dialed product.

It has a paint-by-numbers plot, loads of sexism and gratuitous nudity, and a screenplay full of tired racial stereotypes. It’s also the highest-grossing ski movie of all time. Frederick Reimers and Sam Moulton uncover the true story behind every skier’s favorite cult classic.

Over the weekend, paddlers descended on Arizona to break a 33-year-old speed record on a 277-mile stretch of the Colorado River. Their efforts may herald a flurry of new attempts in the Grand Canyon.

The champion of the waterproof-breathable hardshell is getting soft

Your guide to North America's best skiing. Inbounds and out.

Will the Utah startup succeed where the industry leaders have failed?

Stay warmer, drier, and happier on the slopes

The silver is gone, but the town is experiencing an adventure-fueled boom

After decades of decline, Leadville is experiencing a renaissance. The iconic Leadville 100 mountain bike race and ultramarathon have put the high-country town back on the map. Think fishing and mountaineering, but also plenty of bike shops and saloons.

Get a jump on the crowds. Explore our favorite hidden corners, empty spaces, and wild places in ten iconic National Parks

Sweet claims its new Grimnir is the first lid on the market certified to protect you in crash while wearing a camera mount.

The Whitewater Grand Prix is paddling's most insane event, a scrappy, alcohol-soaked gauntlet that sends competitors down some of the most fearsome rapids in the world. It's so dangerous and spectator-unfriendly that many sponsors won't go anywhere near it. But it might be exactly what the struggling sport needs.

Because you can have it all. Bring your favorite traveling companion to the slopes and everyone will be happy.

The World Ski Championships, which run until February 15, will host more than 600 athletes representing 70 nations and thousands of spectators. Read: It's gonna be a party.

Brolin Mawejje, born in a country with no snow, plans to make history at the 2018 winter Olympics.

It's easier (and yields warmer results) than you'd think

Sometimes the best way to beat the cold is to warm the liver

If lingering holiday malaise and winter's cold, short days are knocking you off your game, look no further. One of these trips is sure to recharge you.

These backcountry lodges welcome dedicated skiers with warm bedding, home-cooked food, and sometimes even a sauna.

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