The Superhero: Diana Nyad
Here's what we learned about the state of the outdoorswoman in 2017 and the still-prevalent gender gap in the outdoor world
A Q&A with Hannah McCaughey, our creative director
Grab a car and a buddy, then check out 40 miles of mysterious, awesome outdoor art installations
The author moved to the United States at eight years old and took her first camping trip soon after. The outdoors became an escape from the stressors of being a new American and a reminder that enjoying nature can be a privilege in itself.
The curious and backpacking-friendly life of Brent Nearpass, whose art is antlers and mounts
Remember that place that campaigned for Americans to move there if Trump won? Well (sigh), it's beckoning. Welcome to idyllic Cape Breton, population 132,000 and shrinking.
Crack open one of our favorites this Friday—otherwise known as National Beer Day
How two digital editors are using the online encyclopedia to advocate for women in our world
As her daughters get older, our correspondent wanted to pass along a few things that running has taught her
We gathered advice from the best in the business on how to make alfresco dining unforgettable
New shows we're excited about, plus our editors' picks for road trips and long runs
In this predominantly Muslim country, women are shredding waves—and the patriarchy
Social media can expose tens of thousands of people to places in an instant. That's a double-edged sword.
Take it from this chef: you don't need no stinking gas stove