He was the best alpinist of his generation, a quiet, unassuming Canadian known for bold ascents of some of the world’s most iconic peaks. Four months ago, at the age of 25, he traveled to Alaska to join climber Ryan Johnson for a first ascent outside Juneau. They never came back, and a frantic nine-day search left more questions than answers.
From filmmakers Tyler Allyn and Cooper Lambla, Frontier of Firsts addresses the great lengths it takes to find unpaddled whitewater.
As a reporter, I’ve been taught to keep my opinions to myself. But I’ve also visited Alaska's McNeil River—the world's greatest brown-bear sanctuary—and to hold my tongue about its possible destruction would make me complicit in the death of something truly remarkable and wild.
A Normal Life, from Filson, profiles Russell Owen, a fly fishing guide on Alaska’s Alagnak River.
Even if you’re not planning on climbing Denali, you can still learn some backcountry best practices from these mountaineering incidents
Some see economic windfall. Others, a carbon bomb.
Matt Wells and Denny Hogan have been adventuring together for decades. As they push 70, they're not ready to give it up yet.
Tribes and Native-owned corporations are making huge profits by conserving their forests for carbon offset programs—an effort that could revolutionize conservation
A new Outdoor Industry Association report details outdoor rec spending by congressional district. Lawmakers should take note.
Evan Phillips climbed mountains until an injury took him out of the game. Now he pours his energy into making music and 'The Firn Line,' a podcast about the lives of climbers, artists, and adventurers.
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