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Kelsey Malin and a friend were chasing powder at Colorado’s Monarch Mountain resort when a wrong turn sent them into the wild for 52 frigid hours

George Watson was on an exploratory scuba dive in a remote lake in the Peruvian Andes when everything that could go wrong suddenly did

Charlie Finlayson was on the ultimate climbing adventure with his dad, David, when a loose boulder forced him to make a daunting rescue

One weekend, Matthew Bryce headed to his favorite Scottish beach to surf. The conditions were perfect. Until they were deadly.

David McMahon and Sydnie Uemoto, young pilots for Mokulele Airlines, were just trying to log some hours flying between Oahu and the Big Island. Then the engines went out.

John Pascoe and his wife, Jan, had lived in their beautiful Napa home for 38 years when the Tubbs Fire arrived suddenly at their door in October 2017

Adventure assets have made millions in these five towns

Developers want rivers lined with high-rises and environmentalists want reintroduction of native grasses. A successful waterfront revitalization needs both.

The next generation of socially conscious developers are fighting to make sure downtown revitalization doesn’t just benefit the wealthy

Investing in trails, rapids, and other adventure-sports assets transforms culture and cash flow

Craft breweries inject culture, youth, and cash into communities. It’s no wonder towns across the country are fighting to get one.

Floods of people coming out of the city looking to save have positioned the suburbs for renewal

Techies turn to adventure to blow off steam. As San Francisco and Seattle price out everyone but executives, startups and established firms are seeking surprising outdoor play­grounds to put down roots.

Tips on self-defense, BASE jumping, and how to make it out of a plane crash alive

Here are some innovative ideas towns and cities across the country have adopted to make the world a better place, one mile of singletrack at a time

Tracking HRV has emerged as one of the best ways to quantify recovery. But it’s also one of the most misunderstood and misused fitness tools around.

The key to peak performance: take better care of yourself

Being fit is about constant movement, and children are in constant motion during playtime at the jungle gym. Why not join their lead?

The founder of Latino Outdoors is looking for the next generation of advocates

Hipcamp allows you to easily find and reserve great campsites nationwide

NatureBridge allows kids to see that the parks are their world

The Park Service connects with the next generation

Bringing the national parks to the 21st century

The secret to a healthy diet that endures? Find your tribe.

Sure, you could stick with your old routine. Or you could break out of your rut with the help of experts and elite athletes.

Sprint workouts may seem like the fast track to fitness, but endurance athletes get more from going slow

Standing desks may be all the rage, but learning to properly embrace your chair is the best way to survive the workday

When it comes to slumber, quality matters just as much as quantity

A workout regimen designed for an insane TV obstacle course gives you exactly what you need: variety

To capture professional-grade footage on the world’s highest peak, the makers of Everest turned to a Colorado cameraman who got his start shooting for Warren Miller

And in bloody high style, too—God save us all.