The Supreme Court nominee wrote a troubling diatribe in 2013 against workers' rights
Maine’s coast is one of the last border disputes between Canada and the United States.
Idaho issued only a single bear tag, but conservationists are still concerned about the consequences of picking off just one bear in a state that has played an outsize role in grizzly management
Last week, surfing became the latest sport to close the prize-money gender gap. So where does that put us on the greater path to equality in sports?
When it comes to riding a bike, sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do
For decades, women in the Forest Service and U.S. Department of Agriculture have been trying to bring justice to those who have discriminated against them. A new investigation reveals that the inaction is due to a much larger problem: a system set up to make their complaints go away.
Adjust your mindset and your bike will follow
Last week, the Interior Secretary outlined his ideas on what causes wildfire. Here's what he's right and wrong about.
These women chose to have both a family and a job as a pro skier or mountain guide. But they're often subjected to a public narrative that either villainizes or discredits their decision.
Brands need to do more to prove they're using this imagery in a respectful way—and hiring Indigenous people to design it
Major outdoor companies like Patagonia, REI, and others say they’re committed to building a workforce that reflects the makeup of America. Are they doing enough?
Most of mountaineering's teachers are white, but one group wants to change that through new hands-on workshops
The new mega fires raging across the West are polluting the air above states like Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming the worst
The road is best shared in silence
It's the most powerful conservation tool in the world—and it needs to be updated
The third annual International World Extreme Sports Medicine Congress confirmed our collective willingness to wreck ourselves in pursuit of stoke
Encouraging children to race bikes would make the country—and the world—a better place
The 33-year-old started running as a way to cope with depression. Then she launched Harlem Run. Now she wields the sport as a tool to help the whole country.
As a reporter, I’ve been taught to keep my opinions to myself. But I’ve also visited Alaska's McNeil River—the world's greatest brown-bear sanctuary—and to hold my tongue about its possible destruction would make me complicit in the death of something truly remarkable and wild.
Marinel de Jesus, writer at 'Brown Gal Trekker' and a CEO, invites outdoor industry leaders to take concrete measures toward promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion
The Minnesota basketball coach launched Asiya, a brand with the goal of making playing sports better for hijab-wearing women everywhere
Drivers think cyclists hold up traffic. It’s actually the other way around. How many bikes do there have to be in order for us to realize that?
Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts, on why smart, ethical immigration policies are required to keep ski towns healthy throughout the United States. Politicians, listen up.
He may want to save the world, but the Tesla CEO’s distaste for traffic and clickbait could destroy us all
If we truly want more women in this sport, it's time to change the system for entering races
A 15-year-old who ignited a massive, expensive blaze in Oregon last year was fined $36 million. Does the crime fit the punishment?
A job applicant, Alison Miley, alleges that Craig DeLuca offered her work for sex, and that the company knew about this behavior but allowed it to continue
And other things you should remember when you meet a plus-size hiker on the trail
There’s a common misconception that black people don’t love wild places. Latria Graham, a southerner with deep connections to farms, rivers, and forests, says the problem isn’t desire but access—and a long history of laws and customs that have whitewashed our finest public lands.
[Insert exasperated Jean-Luc Picard meme]