Don't travel this iconic route without hitting up great camping, hiking, surfing, and more along the way

Yogis are flocking to plein air classes everywhere from the African bush to downtown Austin rooftops

Yep, Costco. Here are six cut-rate trips you can take thanks to the bulk superstore.

From Yosemite to the Green Mountains, these are our favorite lodge-to-lodge treks this side of the pond

Sure, you can get your bike tuned or buy a spare tube. But at these shops, you can also order an espresso or IPA and find your community.

What does it take to make the list? Being a winter Olympian, Tour de France rider, or world-class climber helps.

Want to stay overnight in a jetliner, a snowcat, or a luxe glass globe dangling off a cliff? You can.

After he broke his back in a 480-foot fall, the BASE jumper's life changed. Now he's rediscovering how to catch air by throwing backflips in a sitski.

Ski season is far from over. Here's how to squeeze in one more epic trip without breaking the bank.

Todd Carmichael runs the billion-dollar La Colombe Coffee empire, but he still makes time for record-breaking jaunts across Antarctica

Ski, snowshoe, ice-skate, or score a snowy visit without the crowds at these iconic parks

From California to Ecuador, here's how to spend a couple of days in the backcountry while a guide leads the way

Get the most bang for your buck by planning a trip to one of these international destinations

Some accommodations don't just tolerate dogs. They love them as much as you do.

Need a reboot for the New Year? From yoga to trail running, these retreats ensure that and more.

We asked. They told. In-the-know locals divulge their secret powder lines, après breweries, and hidden hot springs.

Why give stuff when you can give a travel experience instead?

Forget airline storm delays and baggage fees. The best way to travel this winter is by hitting the open road.

We can't wait to check out these ten new snow-country huts, lodges, and hotels

Winter blues already got you down? These trips make it easy to find sun and sand.

Icelantic Skis, a boutique company in Colorado, wasn't profitable a few years ago. Then Annelise Loevlie became the CEO, and things changed.

Planning a ski trip? Here’s where to score deep snow.

Celebrate ice climbing, snow monsters, and bluegrass at these stellar seasonal jubilees

These mountains do way more than just recycle

You don't have to be an Olympic-caliber athlete to ski with one

Plus: one private island bungalow worth the splurge

Most accomplished athletes, from Alex Honnold to Mikaela Shiffrin, have rituals they perform before a big day

Avoid the Northeast's traffic-clogged roads and get out on foot or bike at these lesser-known leaf-peeping destinations

Thanks to massive powder conditions, Wolf Creek will be the first ski area to open this season. Here's what you need to know, plus the resorts we think could be turning chairlifts next.

As mega-passes continue to add resorts, now is the time to ditch single-day lift tickets for good

From costumed toboggan rides to an unsanctioned triathlon in the Tetons, these quirky competitions are no joke

Forget the all-you-can-eat buffets. These small-ship cruises offer unparalleled access to adventure.

Avoid the crowds and catch a meteor shower or monarch butterfly migration on these perfect autumnal treks

P.T. Wood owns a gin and whiskey distillery in Salida, Colorado, where he also happens to be the mayor

What compels a couple to spend months at sea with their four young children? A burning desire to do something different.

From day trips to five-month treks, hiking is more popular than ever. But as the old standbys become more congested each year, there’s a new crop of trails waiting to be explored. Here are ten of our favorites, plus fresh finds for bikers, paddlers, and equestrians.

Want to travel for cheap? Consider these seven places to stay for free—more or less.

Devon Yanko was sexually abused as a teenager. It took hundreds of miles for her to run away from the trauma.

Imagine a future where a robot checks you into your hotel, carries your luggage through the airport, and tunes your skis. Turns out, that future is already here.

Summit fever, a lack of mountaineering skills, and the allure of social media are leading to serious accidents on the lower 48's highest peak. Can anything be done to stop the injuries and deaths?

Carrying your own portable boat is officially the coolest way to go deep into the wilderness

Tim Conibear started a surf therapy program in Cape Town that's helping thousands of kids discover both surfing and a sense of community

Sure, you'll sleep in an awesome place, but at these pads, the owners are what really make your stay exceptional

From pop-up bungalows in the woods to durable bubbles on a vineyard, these cozy abodes offer real escape

Catch this summer's night sky in full force in one of these perfectly dark locales

She helped the Navy, the White House, and the entire federal government become more eco-friendly. Now Kate Brandt is tackling her most ambitious sustainability project yet.

Missing winter? Here's where to get your shred on well into July.

The Green Mountain State announced a $10,000 grant to cover moving expenses for new remote-working residents. Time to pack your bags.

Photographer Camille Seaman has a viral TED Talk, a new book, and an uncanny knowledge of weather and storms.

While not as famous as some of their siblings, these parks offer stunning sights without all the people

Bike, run, surf, climb, paddle, hike—and do it all on a getaway where someone else organizes it for you

It's safe for you but likely not for your pricey apparel. Here's how to avoid trashing your fancy outerwear with bug repellent.

If a high-profile volcano (think: Hawaii’s Kilauea) shows signs of instability, it’s Michael Poland’s job to reassure us that everything is going to be okay

Paddle the Mississippi like Huck Finn, get lost in the woods like Brian from 'Hatchet,' and wander the desert like Edward Abbey

Don't let hot lava ruin your trip. Except for a confined area, most of Hawaii remains open for business.

The meeting of the Little Colorado and Colorado is sacred to many Native American tribes. For years, a developer worked to build a 1.4-mile tram that would shuttle up to 10,000 daily visitors into the canyon. Activists in the Navajo Nation, however, were determined to defeat it.

Georgie White Clark was foul-mouthed, brusk, famously rude to customers—and a pioneer in Grand Canyon

‘New York Times’ sports writer John Branch reports on everything from the Olympics to the World Yo-Yo Contest

From music and film to mountain biking and yoga, here are our favorite jamborees celebrating the outdoors this season

Behind the scenes with the newest women's mountain bike clothing company

Whether you have a weekend or a month, these journeys are a must

Sure, we love Yellowstone and Yosemite. But from Finland to Chile, a fresh crop of national parks has us counting up our vacation days.

Ski hills, even the small ones, are ramping up their offerings to entice you back in the warmer months

Traveling with kids comes with its own set of challenges. Cost shouldn't be one of them.

Got a job you can do from anywhere? These eight international adventure towns and cities welcome you.

The worst thing about helicopters: the cost. The best thing: getting to surf, ride, or raft places you could never dream of reaching without one.

For the first time, the International Olympic Committee is researching what it takes for new moms to return to high-level competition

Score everything from hotel rooms to concert tickets to dinner reservations on the online marketplace

If you can't be on an adventure, at least you can listen to one

CEO Corinne Prevot, 27, turned a high school pet project into a full-blown business

After a day spent outside, there's nothing better than a superbly placed hot tub

A versatile getup for winter’s last throes and spring’s first showers

Luke Jacobson set out to land a gig at a big ski company like K2. Instead, he helped launch American-built Moment Skis, a small but growing brand that made it all the way to the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Here you can send it right from the road

Remote, empty spots to pitch your tent in peace this summer

See a cool new place and learn a tip or two from the pros along the way

Crowdfunding was intended for startups. Should they keep using the platform when they grow up?