These writers remind us what travel is all about—shifting your own perspective and sometimes getting into trouble along the way
Gear companies like Arc'teryx and Gore are desperately seeking ways to enter the approximately $15 billion market. They're making headway, but distributors say they still have a lot to learn.
We caught up with mountaineer Conrad Anker at home in Bozeman to make his go-to expedition breakfast.
In his debut novel, Joe Mungo Reed captures truths about the Tour de France, doping, and cyclists' obsessive natures. Cycling nerds, however, may notice a few discrepancies.
The founder of the Women's Climbing Festival talks about the influence female athletes are having on a sport long dominated by men.
Echo of the Wild, from filmmaker Mathieu Le Lay, follows a horse caretaker named Nelu who lives high in the Apuseni Mountains.
The 33-year-old started running as a way to cope with depression. Then she launched Harlem Run. Now she wields the sport as a tool to help the whole country.
For toddlers and teens and everyone in between, these stories will ignite a sense of adventure
Spitfire excels at the curious sport of dock diving, or, in other words, jumping really, really far. That skill has landed him and his owner, 13-year-old Sydney Mackey, five world records—and counting.
Elizabeth Nakano and Paddy O'Connell, hosts of the new interview show 'Safety Third,' talk about their interviewing techniques and what they're listening to
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