When you spend months each year in the backcountry, things are bound to go wrong eventually
Copy these overachievers and make the most of your trek to the office
On-the-ground info to keep you safe in the backcountry
Forty skiers, 12 hours, more than 1,000 jumps on the first day of summer
The country's main weather-modeling system is getting a boost
The deadly 2019 climbing season prompted a worldwide demand to reform management of the world's highest peak. Is change really possible? Mark Jenkins, a veteran alpinist who reached the summit in 2012, lays down an emphatic yes.
Bike commuting makes most of us obsess over our clothes. This is patently absurd.
Exertional heatstroke can cause devastating damage, but it can also be treated quickly
Your head is pounding, your muscles are cramping, and your heart is racing. Then you get dizzy and the vomiting starts. Heatstroke kills thousands of people every year. This is what it feels like—and how to know when you’re in danger.
Gear hacks for a good backpacking trip when the weather goes bad
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