Jimmy Chin talks about the nuanced components of his work and how he keeps all his photos safe.
12 totally legitimate excuses
This European gear giant is trying to disrupt the U.S. outdoor market with its $2.50 backpacks and $49 tents. But is the product any good?
Lucy Walker was the first woman to summit the Matterhorn and the Eiger—in a billowing dress—but she nearly vanished from history
Alexander Gukov's partner, Sergey Glazunov, fell to his death while rappelling from the 23,442-foot Latok I in Pakistan.
This excerpt shows alpinist Andy Kirkpatrick in one of the most grueling parts of expedition climbing, hauling gear.
Twenty-three years have passed since the first voluntary climbing closure on Devils Tower during the month of June, yet hundreds of climbers still ignore the ban
Next month a community initiative will present guidelines for companies on how to define, talk about, and respond to inappropriate behavior
The first-of-its-kind approach shoe returns in spring 2019
Pulling back the curtain on the industry’s biggest product launches