Anyone who has recreated with clashing personalities will relate to the not always likable but always entertaining characters on HBO's new show
We did whatever the hell we wanted
When it comes to being pro-bike, so-called “avid cyclists” seem to be anything but
As America wrestles with high rates of suicide among military personnel and veterans, outdoor programs have been offered up as a promising treatment. Dan Sidles seemed like the ideal candidate: an Iraq War vet who suffered from PTSD, he tried to find a renewed sense of purpose through climbing and mountaineering. Ultimately, it wasn’t enough. Brian Mockenhaupt explores the final years of a tortured friend.
In their new film, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin capture Alex Honnold’s historic ropeless El Cap climb and the emotional toll it took on everyone around him
In a world of sexist social norms, how to be respectful of what you're into while being respectful of other people's choices
How I learned to do group travel—without hating everybody else
Our writer and favorite curmudgeon completed UC Berkeley's ten-week Science of Happiness online course. Did it make him happier? Not really. But he still came away with some important, if obvious, rules to live by.
How to support a loved one who has witnessed something awful that changed their relationship to the outdoors
When it comes to picking the ideal outdoor buddies, it doesn't matter at all
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