In this predominantly Muslim country, women are shredding waves—and the patriarchy
Maximilian Kempe traveled to Morocco with his brother and created this breathtaking visual time capsule of their trip.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes reflects on the life of a 71-year-old explorer as he stares down the barrel of one of the planet’s hardest ultramarathons.
Each spring since 1986, runners have gathered in Ouarzazate, Morocco, for a six-day, 150-mile race across the Sahara Desert called the Marathon des Sables. It is often described as the hardest foot race on Earth. Photos by Kirsten Kortebein. Captions by Jacqueline Kantor.