It's not just about saying you're sorry. You should also explain how you'll do better next time.

You have some options beyond that perfectly formulated post-workout beverage

The key to an adventure that's fun for everyone: lower your expectations, squash insecurities, and bring along plenty of creature comforts

Expanding your community is always tough. Throw in a pandemic and a move to a rural area, and it could feel impossible. But a shift in perspective might be all you need to (safely) fill that social void.

The majority of my favorite days have been on trails that wouldn't make anyone's list

Feel safe and embrace your time outdoors alone

The key is to go all out on the things you feel comfortable doing

Should all your training be hard? Do you need to stretch? We've got answers.

By setting boundaries around what you post, when you're online, and who you surround yourself with in real life, you can strike a better balance between Instagram and reality

From pizza to ultramarathons, what's the best way to chill out?

What happens when your ski and river guiding partner isn't able to work during the pandemic?

Jack English is the proud owner of an off-grid cabin nestled in California

"The time is always right to do what is right"

A lot of people get recognition because they do groundbreaking, brilliant, and deserving work, work that rises to the top through merit alone. But there are other groundbreaking, brilliant people who don’t always get recognition.

Outdoorsy people always have the best stories about dating. Some of them are wild enough to make national headlines.

While it may not be free-soloing El Cap, comedian and skier Katie Burrell takes on a daunting challenge in her home during quarantine

If you've been thinking about adopting a pet, you've probably asked yourself: Would I like having a dog around the house, or would I rather have a grizzly bear? Here's a handy chart to help you decide.

Sometimes the best thing for a relationship is to let it go

Wade Holland teams up with pro kayaker Brad Ludden​​​​​​​ to share hilarious tips on how to train for the spring runoff—without leaving home

Staying home as much as possible is the most useful thing we can do

It's a ways down the list, obviously, compared to people doing actual lifesaving stuff

'Shred It in Place' explores how iconic, untouched routes like the Kitchen Traverse can make this time just a little more bearable

You're taking the virus seriously, but someone in your household is still grabbing beers with buddies. Here's how to handle it.

Satire: In desperate need of provisions before the coronavirus hit her area, Eva Holland set out on a journey—alone and unsupported

With 43,000 feet of elevation gain, 91 miles above 10,000 feet, and 63 summits, the route is not to be taken lightly. Brendan Leonard recounts one of his favorite adventures from the past decade.

What I learned from a bicycle crash when I was seven years old

No one can stop you from skiing in jeans. And really, doing lots of other things in jeans.

An ode to traveling slow on two wheels and burning just enough calories each day to eat a large pizza each evening

Don't let your insecurities stand in the way of what you want to do

I mean, friends are great, but are they better than things like nachos or not getting mauled by a wild animal? That's up to you.

Adventures take a lot of planning. But what if all that stress means you don't go at all?

I was an irresponsible person who was good at getting in trouble. I asked Dave for help, and he made a bet on me: his car. In order for him to keep his car, I had to change.

Sixty percent of the time, the forecast is right every time

Helpful advice, like "break your fall with your elbows, tailbone, kneecaps, or face"

A supposedly fun thing I would absolutely do again

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