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Why one would want to ski the Ice Coast, from a diehard defender

Eight packable products that make workouts on the road as easy as room service

After years of controversy, Nepal's Supreme Court has ruled that Pemba Dorje Sherpa's climb was unverifiable, returning the record to its previous holder

On October 26, Dale “Greybeard” Sanders became the oldest person to thru-hike the nation’s most iconic wilderness trail

We've been doling out running advice for 40 years. Here are the 27 best tips, tricks, and ideas we've ever shared. It's your one-stop shop for all things running.

Advice from a longtime NOLS instructor on when and how to cross a river, without drowning

You already follow the big names in the running community. Here's who they follow for news and advice.

We reached out to a few experts to see who they rely on via Twitter for trusted endurance tips

New tracking chips embedded in carbon frames can help riders recover pilfered goods

Recently released public comments from Utah residents show an overwhelming majority—88 percent—support preserving the monument's status

Ascending Everest may be easier now that one of the most difficult features en route to the summit has crumbled, veteran mountaineers say.

The world’s tallest mountain has claimed 6 lives this season

Mountaineers and Nepalese officials can’t seem to agree about whether the Hillary Step—a forbidding obstacle on the final leg to the summit—still exists

The 29-year-old Spaniard continues breaking speed records on the world’s highest mountains

The 44-year-old Nepali woman broke her own record on the world’s highest peak

On March 30, the five kayakers launched their boats at the village of La Tunia, attempting to make the first descent of the Rio Apaporis over 30 days. Twenty-one days and 500 miles later, FARC rebels ended it.

The famous Swiss alpinist's family made the journey to Nepal to handle his remains

After a cancellation in 2015 due to drug violence, nearly 1,000 Tarahumara gathered in Copper Canyon this March to run the brutal, unrelenting 50-miler

Dale Sanders is an 81-year-old Kentucky-born retired civil servant who's leaving his wife and dog at home for the next five months to claim a record on the country’s most popular wilderness trail

The curious and backpacking-friendly life of Brent Nearpass, whose art is antlers and mounts

Several recent bear attacks on riders have public lands managers working out solutions to prevent more of the brutal encounters

So, you're undertrained and about to run your first marathon, eh? Take it from me: you're not alone—and these tips might help you thrive.

The Dakota Access protests made headlines, but there’s a bigger war being waged against pipelines across the country that threaten our favorite parks and forests

It's been one of the snowiest winters in decades for much of the country. We called in expert help to find out which shovels are best for clearing it all away.

The 22-year-old Olympian is preparing to launch off an antique, currently defunct jump in New Hampshire to remind people of the sport's great, overlooked past