This lavish mountain hut in the heart of Denali National Park may be perched on a razor’s edge, but its real thrill is access to endless adventure
The world's best lodges have something in common—unparalleled access to vast wilderness, soaring peaks, and empty coastlines
For one week every fall, Alaska's Katmai National Park celebrates the survival skills and ample rolls of the happiest bears in the world. But there's more to their reigning champion than meets the eye.
Irreparable Harm, from Wild Confluence films, investigates the impact of a local mine on a community's natural food sources.
Excerpted from a 1981 article included in Climbing magazine's new anthology, 'Vantage Point,' the late Jim Bridwell recounts the first ascent of the East Face of the Moose's Tooth in Alaska
Less than three weeks after the latest attempt on Latok I ended in death and a dramatic rescue, a Slovenian-British trio has finally claimed one of the last great prizes in mountaineering
The crash occurred Saturday, August 4, 14 miles southwest of Denali’s summit
Carrying your own portable boat is officially the coolest way to go deep into the wilderness
When you’re on the trail, fresh isn’t necessarily best
Keeping an eye on the interior secretary's latest ethical blunders and questionable public lands policies
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