Who says you can't camp in (or near) big cities?
Amid stories of ecological doom, we found a few instances of progress worth celebrating
Busting people for their style miscues is a beloved pastime in outdoor communities. But in the Instagram era, the practice has us sadly all dressing the same.
Make your next four-wheeled adventure more than an extra-long commute with one of these new vehicles
Since 2011, a venomous battle has been waged over the two-wheeled soul of Nederland, Colorado (population 1,500). On the one side: locals who ride the trails every day. On the other: people from down canyon in Boulder (population 107,000) who mostly ride them on weekends.
Nadia Burton couldn't always find ski gear that fit her body or her style. So she made her own.
What good is there in letting them loose on the nearest mud puddle? Let me count the ways.
Each year we head to a cycling mecca to test dozens of road, mountain, and gravel bikes in search of the best new rides
A definitive list of the best climbing the United States has to offer
Trolls thought I was friggin' nuts to propose a controlled backcountry ski area. But it's already happening.