Coziness is good, but a little hardship is way more meaningful
Looking for an outdoor mentor? So is everyone else. Here's how to make yourself a little more competitive.
The year's most dramatic story of a bear attack offers potentially lifesaving lessons for anyone venturing into the wild
Want to go into the woods without disturbing wildlife? The first step is to learn how to move silently.
It takes skill to have no idea what you're doing outdoors
All you need is a rod, a license, and a good attitude to catch your first fish
What good is there in letting them loose on the nearest mud puddle? Let me count the ways.
Outpost wants to disrupt the outdoor gear trade show business. Our writer descended on its California festival last fall to check out the felt hat–wearing, Bulleit bourbon–sipping crowd and to find out whether the buzzy experience is anything more than an Instagram-ready fad.
An archaeologist faces an uncertain future
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