The world's most successful freeskier and Warren Miller film star says big-mountain fitness starts at home
It isn't just the astounding geological wonders that give our country's first national park its allure, from 500 geysers that erupt up to 400 feet into the air to deep glacier-carved valleys and fossil forests. The vibrant megafauna and endless backcountry terrain make it one of the wildest areas in the country. And if you know where to go, you can avoid the crowds.
The trapper John Colter is credited with the modern-day exploration of the greater Yellowstone ecosystem
Because you don't want to be led deep into the backcountry by just anyone
Eight one-of-a-kind events for those who aren't into the standard swim, bike, run
Eight places to (safely) spy on bears—and other big game—in their natural habitat
One crazy night in Bridger-Teton National Forest with hundreds of people who just want to find the horns that elk have left behind
A public condemnation of the SHIFT Festival's attempts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion is indicative of broader issues in the outdoor industry
A new report found that towns near plenty of outdoor recreation attract new residents and higher incomes. But this could also mean higher costs of living, affordable housing challenges, and encroachment into vulnerable landscapes.
As outdoor-recreation tourism booms, these places have been forced to find innovative (and sometimes desperate) ways of adapting to and curbing the steady stream of tourists each season
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