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Our favorite new kit for two-wheeled adventures

Our Minnesotan travel writer spent a year looking for good snow boots. She finally found them.

Gear to help you appreciate cold-weather riding

Exercise outdoors all winter long with these essentials

These innovative technical pieces make wilderness camping more fun and less work

Reliable performers for switchback adventures

Comfortable, technical, light—sleep systems for every season

One day, Michael Shattuck started to run. He liked it, so he ran longer, sometimes for as many as 65 hours each week. He never wanted to stop. What was he running from?

The Mexico of your dreams still exists at the hiking and mountain-biking playground of Rancho Cacachilas

One of the many things that COVID-19 has taught us is to always consider buying a travel insurance policy. If you bought travel insurance for a trip you have to cancel during the travel bans, you may or may not be covered. Here's how to protect yourself now and on future trips.

Mexico's 775-mile-long Baja Peninsula is a magnet for travelers in search of their own arid slice of adventure paradise. From surfing to mountain biking to beach lounging, here's how to get off the beaten path and do it right.

Hotel Rodavento in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, serves up an entrancing mix of downtime and adrenaline

A new lodge in Bolivia’s Uyuni salt flats exponentially ups the awe factor

Think Minnesota’s cycling season lasts only a few months? Guess again. The midwestern state is an ideal year-round biking hot spot.

Don’t let chilly weather keep you on the couch

Keep cozy when you’re off the slopes

Stay comfortable on the trail, whether you're out for two days or ten

Last July, then 28-year-old Alexandera Houchin won the women's Tour Divide, a 2,745-mile race from Canada to Mexico over the Continental Divide. Next on her list? The new Dirty Kanza XL, a 350-mile unsupported race across Kansas.

At 1.1 million acres, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is one of the largest and most popular backcountry destinations in the U.S. and a longtime proving ground for adventurers. But now the region is facing the threat of sulfide-ore copper mining. Stephanie Pearson paddles into the wild.

What do we lose when we lose the animals that make up the soundtrack of the outdoors?

Stuff to keep you comfortable for a day (or a month) on the trail

Who says summer camp is just for kids? We rounded up seven escapes made for grown-ups (and a few for their families), plus seven more to entertain the kids while the adults are at play.

Sleep so magnificent, you’ll be turning in early

For this veteran journalist, the intoxicating freedom of traveling solo outweighs the risks every time. Here are her life-on-the-road strategies.

Whether you’re headed for California or Costa Rica, these tips will maximize savings and minimize hassle

Ancient European pilgrimages. Coastal treks along jungle isles. Surprising Rocky Mountain summits. Checking off any of these bucket-list hikes is sure to be the experience of a lifetime.

Get the most out of gym days and training runs

Kit to relax with after a big day on the mountain

Our writer tested the new model of the legacy bike she used to ride in the nineties and loved its speed, precision, and power

As the U.S. battles over the fate of public lands, the Chilean government and Kristine Tompkins are doing something extraordinary down in Patagonia—setting aside millions of acres for stunning new national parks. And they aren't done yet.

Lauren Geoghegan and Jay Austin were riding around the world when they were killed in a brutal attack

Ditching weight means going farther faster

Five times the size of Texas, the country offers a stunning array of options for getting lost. Here are eight of our favorite escapes.

Gear that can keep up, no matter how hard the efforts.

Why one couple couldn’t keep a secluded Caribbean island to themselves

With thousands of acres of parkland, 13 lakes, and hundreds of miles of biking and hiking trails that can be found all across town, it's no wonder the Twin Cities is active year-round.

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