Ridgeway was a force to be reckoned with, and over more than three decades with Patagonia helped pioneer its iconic aesthetic
Staff members of Marie Stopes International navigate wild bulls, treacherous singletrack, and rushing rivers to make long-term birth control accessible to some of the hardest-to-access places in Nepal
Together, Joy and her grandson Brad have driven more than 25,000 miles through 38 states—and they're not done yet
Motherload takes a closer look at an underexplored niche of alternative living on two wheels
When a father of two was shot through his tent in the Southern California park last year, the murder revealed a mysterious trail of previously unpublicized incidents that had happened nearby—and sparked a $90 million lawsuit.
John Olson has been on the water for nine decades—and he's still working
'How to Be a Family' and 'Uncharted' give unvarnished views of family travel from two very different perspectives
When Baltimore Jack died near Franklin, North Carolina, the news shook the Appalachian Trail community. Jack had left behind the real world to live on the AT, thru-hiking it seven times and helping countless others to reach their goals. To some, his choice to live off the grid was irresponsible. Others celebrated that he'd managed to break the shackles of convention. A look back on the life of an AT antihero.
The leaders who have grown it into a nationwide organization talk about where they aim to take it next
This is what nightmares are made of
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