A guide at a wilderness therapy organization observes an increasing number of teens coming in to treat technology addiction
In 2017, the suicide rate in Durango, Colorado, was three times the national average. After 32 deaths in two years, the town's leaders banded together and instituted a range of changes with the goal of stopping the contagion. Their efforts may help other mountain towns to put an end to the grim "suicide belt" moniker for good.
There’s a simple solution to the vexing challenge of getting teens to put down their phones: education
In Washington State, a group of researchers is mining social media posts and photos to identify overused trails and turn your next weekend adventure into a real escape
Yosemite National Park closed for three weeks because of the blaze. Here's how much revenue the region lost because of that.
On the 30th anniversary of Shark Week, we called up some shark scientists for a no-holds-barred conversation about the impact of the pop culture phenomenon
You just have to unfollow all those downers first
One-upmanship on social media reaches its logical conclusion. Again.
Ultrarunner Harvey Lewis is vying to clutch the fastest known time for a supported run on the 2,190-mile thru-hike—and so far he's on pace
One of the world’s most recognized adventure photographers is redefining life behind the lens