You don't always need fancy gear or expert guides to get out there and explore.
You don't need mountain trails out your door to get your boots ready for a big hike
Be prepared for every obstacle, and save a ton of money by making your own equipment and learning how to fix your stuff when it breaks in the backcountry
Meditations on radical incrementalism for the adventurer
Some bike shops are intimidating. Here's how to navigate them.
In and around San Francisco, locavores are scouring their neighborhoods for edible ingredients. And you can, too.
From going big on snacks to active pit stops, here's everything you need to know before taking a long road trip with the whole family
Trail runner, life-balance pro, and car-camping dad Luke Nelson shows us how it's done
From setting up a vise to gathering materials, here's everything you need to tie a basic fly
It's the lightest backpacking meal—and one of the easiest and tastiest
Step one: know the conditions and whether fires are actually allowed where you're camping