The world's highest peak will again be the focus of the climbing world
The White House didn't include outdoor apparel or gear on its 58-page list of taxed Chinese imports, but that could change
Gorgeous blades from down-home cutlers
Behold the astonishing explosion of alpine sports in the People’s Republic—as directed, promoted, and financed by the Communist Party in the run–up to the 2022 Beijing Olympics
Riding bikes may be green, but the manufacturing behind them can be far from it
For a picturesque Tibetan village, an increase in tourists represents a complicated past and an uncertain future
Border resort shuttered amid earthquake and volcano concerns after a series of underground detonations
Travel is one long introduction to the broadest of humanity. We aren’t perfect, but most members of our species are worth knowing. To meet those neighbors, follow these simple rules.
The Chinese government's interest in damming rivers for hydropower motivated Winn to open a rafting company in an attempt to bring people to see rivers before they disappear behind a dam.
The spring Everest season is shaping up to be an exciting one: Ueli Steck is returning to complete an epic traverse; Kilian Jornet wants a speed record; and the mountain will be packed with climbers who didn't get to attempt the summit in 2014 and 2015.
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