The New Yorker staff writer spoke with Outside Book Club host Elizabeth Hightower Allen about turning the unbelievable story of itinerant canoeist Dick Conant into a book

Our furry friends are the best of adventure playmates. But they can also provide pure, unconditional love that gets us through the darkest times.

Outside’s ethics guru ponders what exactly is up for grabs on public lands

The beloved annual gathering is in person again in Telluride, Colorado, and screening some of the most exciting adventure films of the year

Is the age-old craft of oral storytelling going by the wayside? Not if we can help it.

Night comes alive when you let your voice and imagination lead you—and your rapt audience—somewhere surprising

Kathryn Miles’s new book, ‘Trailed,’ investigates the killings of Julie Williams and Lollie Winans in Shenandoah National Park 25 years ago—and asks difficult questions about safety in nature

There’s a distinct pleasure to eating wild foods that you forage yourself—unless you pick the wrong thing

The Olympic snowboarder is focusing on resting, hanging out with her miniature Aussie, and raising money for charity through a new initiative with Purina Pro Plan

Anyone can show symptoms of Male Answer Syndrome, but let’s face it—it’s an affliction commonly found in dudes

An Everest thriller, ‘Bad Vegan,’ and Alex Honnold in the Amazon

It doesn't matter why he's not showing up. It just matters that he's not there.

A squeeze of honey, a squirt of ketchup, and other non-solids you can toss down your gullet if you so choose

Kids learn best through stories, and these books weave gripping tales with messages about caring for the planet

We asked a bunch of great writers to bear down, focus, and tell us what makes them giddiest in the outdoors. Join them as they celebrate everything from diving off rocks to adventure flirting to … shivering in a bed between cold sheets? (Hey, don’t judge.) Plus: five scientifically proven ways to up the fun and improve your health.

Last summer, Tiffany Thiele, a young rock climber from Reno, Nevada, took her life after posting a Facebook message claiming she’d been raped by a ski patroller. She left behind an unsolvable mystery about what really happened, along with urgent questions about whether more could have been done to heal her feelings of pain and distrust.

It’s turkey hunting season. Whether you bagged a bird in the field or at your local farmers’ market, here’s how to turn it into a spectacular meal.

My buddy switched the price tags on a tent to pay a lower amount on a more expensive setup. I was unaware, and now I feel terrible.

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