Two German climbers capture the horrific scene at Base Camp as it unfolds

As rescue efforts continue at Base Camp, attention shifts to dozens of climbers trapped at Camps I and II

After falling rocks and ice tore through Base Camp on April 25, stranded climbers struggle to care for their wounded and dead.

With a 40-pound camera system and a mission to photograph the world, Google takes us to the Himalayas for a closer look at the Sherpas who call the mountains home.

Peter Kray’s new novella, The God of Skiing, has a lot to say. We’re not quite sure what it all means, but we sure did enjoy the ride.

In a new effort to protect national parks and wilderness areas from commercial photography, the feds have started going after amateur filmmakers with big social media followings.

The outdoor-writing legend has made a career out of cheating death in wild places, but he's never cut it closer than this

The grizzlies of Yellowstone are about to be removed from the endangered species list. The surprising thing: that's probably for the best.

Embedded in the company's Studio 2.5 is an extreme slow-motion feature called Flux that will change the way we edit video. Best of all, it's free.

We'd known about the storm for days, so how come hundreds of trekkers were caught off guard?

The company is growing up fast—and it's not all about action sports anymore.

We tested GoPro's latest action camera in the waters of New Zealand—and found out that it's as much of a game changer as the rumors have led you to believe

The greatest entertainer of our generation wants to defy death on wires strung 50 stories over the cold, windy streets of Chicago

Would you buy a $400 tie—if it's been to the top of Everest?

Why the Internet is turning photography on its side

Anheuser-Busch is flying a thousand people into Crested Butte, Colorado this weekend to film a star-studded, beer-drenched series of TV commercials. What could go wrong?

For hyper-aware types who scan bushes with an infrared camera for bad guys—and for those who just want to boost energy efficiency.

At least 12 were killed, over 150 are missing

Following the tragic season on Everest and last year's Taliban Nanga Parbat attack, a handful of climbing expeditions are still angling to conquer K2

The true story of the mountain's most horrific day, the Sherpas who paid the price, and the aftershocks that will change the mountain forever

We're wasting billions on a fight we can't win

National parks are America's greatest recreational asset. Now an overdue movement will make them even better.

In the worst disaster in decades, on one of the country's most iconic peaks, two guides and four clients go missing and are presumed dead—leaving a climbing community searching for clues.

A trip to Base Camp reveals how a complicated mix of politics and passion has scuttled the 2014 Everest season in Nepal

Armstrong talks about his revoked Tour wins, how life has changed in the past year, and working on his golf game.

The deadliest single day in the history of Everest claimed 16 Sherpas in an instant. And, yes, there is something that needs to be done about it.

California guide Adrian Ballinger makes his play to become Everest's top dog with a climbing model that's fast, light—and very expensive.

How a Mormon kid from Utah cracked the code for producing adventure videos you can't stop sharing.

Doomsday preppers have been working themselves into a frenzy way (way!) ahead of the Yellowstone supervolcano's next eruption

Okay, so he's been roped into a "media performance" or two, but fact is, Alex Honnold continues to bag some of the boldest climbs on earth.

When 23-year-old Lahr went missing on a trail outside Ouray, Colorado, the world lost an amazing young talent

Can anything slow down Phil Robertson, the most controversial name in reality TV?

With mega-celeb Lindsey Vonn out of Sochi, the Olympic lights will shine bright on her laid-back teammate Julia Mancuso, the perennial underdog who always seems to come home draped with medals.

Blake talks about the purchase of her family's business and what she'll do next.

There are endless twister videos out there. These are the man-eating, building-splintering best.

The daredevil meteorologist launches a new web series about some of his hairiest weather outings.

Sure, Katniss Everdeen looks hot wielding a carbon-fiber bow. But don't look too closely at her shooting and survival skills.

Climbing's biggest name makes his bid for international stardom by risking death on live TV

How a fearless filmmaker is shifting the conversation around snowboarding and big air

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