Across the West, resort towns are facing a livability crisis. Luckily, advocates say, this problem can be fixed.

The South American pack animal is the perfect companion for getting deep into the wilderness with little ones

If you need inspiration or the right instructions to raise your cooking game, these books have you covered

Stories are about how human connections are made and kept in the outdoors, and how they’re evolving now—when community has never been more important or more at risk

In ‘Fuzz,’ science journalist Mary Roach travels around the world to examine people’s troubled attempts to coexist with wildlife

For one pandemic-worn parent, the key to staying close to her family is getting some distance

Being rusty now doesn’t mean you’ll be rusty forever

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Athletic reinvented beer with an uncompromising approach to brewing. Turns out, that same approach to living can help you live your best life.

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What sets Athletic’s award-winning craft brews apart? They prove that you don’t need to compromise on taste or your health to enjoy great beer.

The new movie from Sender Films and Red Bull Media House chronicles the life and death of alpinist Marc-André Leclerc

At a bold and stylish new brewery in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Missy Begay and Shyla Sheppard are using traditional Native American ingredients to produce delicious craft creations, part of a growing movement that’s changing the face of domestic beer

‘The White Lotus,’ ‘Ted Lasso,’ and the harrowing tale of a shipwreck

Living in a remote mountain town made him irresistible to curious dudes—and got me wondering why we assign so much importance to where people are from

When my yellow Lab died last spring, I was flattened by an overwhelming sadness that’s with me still. And that’s normal, experts say, because losing a pet is often one of the hardest yet least acknowledged traumas we’ll ever face.

These canned beverages are every bit as tasty as their sober counterparts

Doesn’t your dog deserve the best?

After a terrible diagnosis forced me to slow down, I learned how to relate differently to the wild—and myself. 

We asked a pediatrician for advice on getting outside safely when temperatures soar

If I can help or influence one person, all the negative comments will have been worth it

“I would contend that stupid behavior is sometimes the proper response to stupid laws”

The singer-songwriter’s latest album shows that getting away from it all isn’t easy—especially when you’re a pop superstar

Follow the founders of the Collins Cup as they organize and train for a new kind of global triathlon

Journalist Lizzie Johnson provides a comprehensive postmortem of how the notorious 2018 inferno came to destroy Paradise, California—and what it means for the future of wildfires

Your partner’s planning an epic adventure with his ex, but you’d rather be his go-to travel buddy

‘Breathing Fire,’ a new book by Jaime Lowe, delves into the personal stories behind California’s inmate firefighter program

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The pandemic forced schools to teach outside. Many teachers, parents, and kids want to keep it that way.

Our senior editor’s foray into woodworking got off to a rough start

In 1960, John Steinbeck set out on a cross-country adventure with his standard poodle, Charley. More than half a century later, writer Kristin Wong did the same thing with her dog—and learned an unexpected lesson about the pain of uncertainty.

Growing up as a Mexican American kid in an anti-immigrant environment, Eric Arce began a yearslong struggle with anxiety and depression. In this essay, he explains how biking has helped him.

In a new series from Outside TV, two pro cyclists train three beginner riders for the one of the nation’s toughest mountain-bike races

Jenna Robinson believes that “this sense of calm is born in a moment when something vast and majestic is encountered, and it demands a pause from the mental chatter”

Daniel Pérez and the Sanba Cycling Team are proving that delivery workers, line cooks, and mechanics race bikes, too

The curious challenge of loving someone who’s always leaving you in the dust

When COVID-19 hit, one Outside editor found solace in an unexpected hobby

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Think the central states are mostly flat and boring? These seven scenic byways will change your mind.

“Is it your interpretation that I am taking you for your walk, or would you say that you are taking me for my walk?”

And what to do when your fitness level doesn’t match your adventure partner’s

Can I cut switchbacks? What about smoking on the trail? And what do I do with all those rocks?

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