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There’s never been a better time to seek the positive benefits of being outdoors, which is why this travel writer keeps coming back to Utah

In the Northeast, you'll find many of the nation's oldest and most interesting gear shops—and some of its younger and most innovative

With the airline industry struggling because of COVID-19, summer, fall, and winter plane fares to adventure destinations are hitting unprecedented lows. Airlines are also offering free change and cancellation fees. Should you hop on these deals now or wait and see? We consulted industry experts to find out—and rounded up some of the best fares out there.

Some bucket-list destinations will be more budget-friendly than ever this year. Here's where to go to make your dollar stretch.

Winter is off-season for several world-class destinations, which means lower plane fares and hotel rates. We asked Scott's Cheap Flights for advice on which trips to book.

A ski weekend doesn't have to involve spending hundreds of dollars a night on a fancy slopeside resort. These hostels offer cozy accommodations close to some of North America's best skiing.

Heed this expert advice before you cancel a flight or abandon a dream destination

Women's pockets used to be functional. Why aren't they anymore?

These locals-only mountains might not have fancy spas or heated lifts, but they all sell affordable tickets and have hostels and cheap hotels nearby

As we wait to see when we'll be traveling again, these apps can help you to save for your next adventure

More than two dozen women tested synthetic and wool long underwear from 18 brands. These are the products that came out on top.

Because nothing beats a beer and a bite after a long day on the trail

Avoid coral-killing chemical sunscreens and try one of these safer sun-protection methods

Multitalented footwear for everywhere you go

Five testers brought 20 pairs of underwear around the world. Here are their favorites.

Lots of big brands are shifting toward more sustainable gear, without harmful PFCs. But for the industry as a whole, change is slow.

Three years after the Camber CEO Pledge, outdoor companies still struggle to find and hire female leaders. The gap is slowly closing, but the lack of focus on hiring women of color is clearer than ever.