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Outdoor brands are working to address their plastic packaging problem, one polybag at a time
How Spain's Natxo González prepares his body and mind to tackle the biggest swell on earth
While reporting a story about skiing in Spain, Kade Krichko felt far away from the coronavirus, until he watched it take over
Here's what he learned from it
The Emerald City is surrounded by mountains and has access to the ocean, but some of its biggest outdoor draws can be reached by public transportation
We give you the gift of learning to fall
Your pup loves powder days, too. Here's how to make sure your backcountry adventure goes smoothly.
Sidelined? Here's a little advice from the pros on staying sane—and coming back stronger than ever.
Michelle Parker loves long walks in the mountains. Here's how she trains for them.
For those who are always on the road—or just like to keep their closet spartan—we built an outfit that works as well on Friday as it did last Monday.
The adventure doesn't stop just because your team has a few new members
The best ways to get your tea and coffee fix on the road
Border resort shuttered amid earthquake and volcano concerns after a series of underground detonations
The Koraloc Pack is the ultimate wave rider's companion
The Mobot Big Bertha is the ultimate après tool
Just remember to pull over first
To get you psyched for your next trip, look for a classic novel from the road
A snapshot in the hand is worth two in the cloud
There's a reason they call it fun size
Think you can squeeze in another season with that old lid? Read this first.
Your vehicle is the ultimate home base this season
Even though it has reached people in more than 30 countries, bike polo is still relatively unknown in the United States. But a group of players is doing everything they can to change that.
Taking the bus to Mother Nature.
In a country where a sport that has always represented social rebellion was unlikely to ever be tolerated, a small group of skaters created their own gear with whatever materials they could find—and started a revolution