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In his new documentary, Max Lowe, son of the late climbing legend, explores his father’s high-profile death and the family drama that ensued

Yes, it's serious, and it's time to start taking some practical precautions

Deer, ducks, and other quarry won't even know you're there

What could have been a fatal fall is just a stepping stone on Harrington's path to become the first woman to free climb one of El Cap's hardest routes in a day

Bring home the bacon. Or venison or turkey.

Gear that’s got your back, should things go sideways

There's powder in the forecast from Florida to Vermont, but the southern Rockies continue to be snow starved as the worst season just about anyone can remember continues

No one knew if it could be done. But when Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler climbed Mount Everest without oxygen in 1978, they smashed one of the last barriers of human performance. Almost 40 years later, both legends talk about their first ascent by “fair means”—and the long-running feud that followed.

Before he became known as the boyfriend on Felicity, Scott Speedman was nearly an Olympic swimmer. Now the star of TNT's Animal Kingdom just wants to have fun in the mountains.

Was it the time travelers, the jaguar people, or the song from Pocahontas? All I know is that, as my exploration of psychedelics grew from a few campout mushrooms to full-on ayahuasca ceremonies, I felt better than I ever had in my life.

Even if protesters resist evacuation orders and police actions, they’ll still face the difficulty of living outside in North Dakota

A plan for a drive-up climbing center on the north side of the mountain also includes the mainstays of a modern resort: lodging, restaurants, and a museum. Is this the future of the world's highest peak?

Vikings star Travis Fimmel has exactly three possessions: his trailer, his pickup truck, and his horse

A new study looks at whether stories about PEDs in the mountains have any truth to them

No snow in the forecast? That's no excuse to be lazy.

The ski world is going all in on high-tech safety gear, packing more features into smaller packages.

If your dogs are cold, you're doing it wrong.

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