After losing the trail and his shoes, hiker Nick Noland descended 4.5 miles in 16-degree weather
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort created this video to celebrate the women of its ski-patrol team
How witnessing a bad fall changed my perspective on climbing
What could have been a fatal fall is just a stepping stone on Harrington's path to become the first woman to free climb one of El Cap's hardest routes in a day
Two years after he was saved in a remote canyon, our host talks with one of his rescuers about coping with life-altering trauma
You’re out in the backcountry, and something goes wrong. Maybe you break a leg. You’re hit by a rock. Now what? If you’re lucky, search and rescue will find you. Whether volunteers, rangers, or helicopter pilots, these are men and women who brave dicey and dangerous conditions to help stranded climbers, hikers, and hunters. We’ve collected their stories about what they know, what you can learn from them—and the burdens they carry long after you are home safe.
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