In 2015, billionaire entrepreneur Johnny Morris opened a hunting-and-fishing store that doubles as a theme park, with multiple bars and restaurants, a luxury lodge, and an entire swampland forest decorated with taxidermy—all shoved inside a replica Egyptian monument. We sent one writer on a 24-hour mission to explore this exotic modern wilderness.
Trying to wrap your head around the depth of the rapidly expanding pit in South America? We’ve broken it down in terms our readers understand—like fly rods, climbing ropes, and breakfast burritos.
The contents will astonish you
Jordan Peele's latest film explores how Hollywood has tokenized non-white people and commodified landscapes and wildlife, nowhere more than in westerns. Can the genre reclaim those marginalized stories and all their complexity?
Pro tips on preparing a lot, annoying your friends a little, and really shining as the caretaker of all
Is one person’s way of having fun inherently better?
We pitted the fictional Netflix miniseries against the reality survival game show to see which came out on top
In the new film ‘Thirteen Lives,’ the Hollywood A-lister plays Rick Stanton, the British diver who helped lead the effort to save 12 boys and their coach who were trapped in Thailand’s Tham Luang cave
I’m a Denver Broncos fan. I’m also an environmentalist, outdoorsman, and bike rider who lives in a world that seems increasingly choked with oversized adventure vehicles. Can I really be both?
To control mass tourism, the National Park Service is working on solutions, like its reservation system. We tourists need to do our part, too. Here’s how.
Jody Rosen combines his acuity as a pop-cultural critic and his passion for the bicycle in his new book ’Two Wheels Good: The History and Mystery of the Bicycle’
The reality show’s cast members are beginning to wrestle with their emotions as temperatures drop and food sources dwindle
For many of us, a visit to these communities is an idyllic escape, but racism exists there, too, and it’s important that we continue to address it
We caught up with two of RVing’s most seasoned pet parents for their best advice
Spot moose and wolves, wander old-growth spruce forest, and choose from more than 3,700 miles of hiking trails throughout the province
And what to do when your girlfriend won't hike with you but plans to hit the trails with her friend
Enjoy the best of Texas nature, wildlife, and parks on a luxury escape brought to you by H-E-B Field & Future products
The Wigudun Galu Association celebrates the ancestral gender diversity of their Indigenous territory
Dogs have always been man’s best friend, but these pups and their humans are taking it up a notch
Relationship dynamics in the outdoors are hard; getting out with friends can help
Expert tips on how to maintain a thriving career from an RV
The A-list actor is the voice of the new National Geographic documentary ’America the Beautiful,’ and we loved every minute
Every season, the survival reality TV show features a few bushcraft specialists who approach wilderness living with an artistic flair
The artist’s first-ever Web3 collection tells the story of his own journey into the outdoors
‘Fire of Love’ uses the archival footage from Katia and Maurice Krafft to tell the story of how they fell in love and pushed the boundaries of science and adventure
The 2022 Toyota Tundra has everything you need to get your gang out onto the water for a day of adventures
The four-part Teton Gravity Research series, premiering this week, captures incredible footage of terrifying expeditions, but it succeeds because of the compelling human stories at its heart
Award-winning poet Elizabeth Alexander explains how the expansion of the National Park Service Mellon Humanities Fellowship will allow scholars to deepen our understanding of the history within our public lands and share it with visitors
In the summer of 2020, an anonymous artist who goes by the name of Roadside Senryu started installing road signs inscribed with poems, a joy for those driving past them and for communities nearby
You've spent ages preparing for a trip, but now it's right around the corner and you're having second thoughts
In the show's six episodes, host Baratunde Thurston takes viewers across the U.S. and has thoughtful, honest conversations with the people he meets about their relationships to the natural world
The loss of a big toenail sent Outside columnist Brendan Leonard into an existential crisis—but maybe not for the reason you think
Weight-loss discussion in outdoor forums can inadvertently reinforce the idea that there's a "correct" kind of outdoors body. What should you post about where?
Outside’s ethics guru weighs in on the Great Outdoors Music Debate
‘Deep Water’ marks the first time a gravel bike has appeared in a major motion picture. Well, a motion picture, anyway.
In her new book ‘Generation Dread,’ author and researcher Britt Wray teaches us how to channel our climate grief and anxiety into purpose and agency
Silvia Vasquez-Lavado’s memoir about being the first Peruvian woman to stand atop the tallest mountain on earth is also a story about surviving sexual abuse and addiction and, ultimately, finding herself
This week, Outside Book Club host Elizabeth Hightower Allen spoke with author Silvia Vasquez-Lavado about her memoir In the Shadow of the Mountain, the Book Club’s May pick. On the one hand, the books is about Vasquez-Lavado journey to become the first Peruvian woman to summit Everest…
Plus, the emotional agony that comes with quitting the survival show early
After a lifetime of prudishness, our writer tries to become one of those people who bares it all in the great outdoors
Most surf films portray riding waves in a purely positive light. A new Apple TV+ docuseries and the documentaries ‘Waterman’ and ‘Havana Libre’ take a nuanced look at a spectrum of experiences amid the waves
Teach these to your dog, and both of you will be safer and happier outdoors
From the mighty St. Lawrence River to ocean exploration, summer and fall in Québec are all about enjoying nature on and around the water
From paddling a river during a forest fire to improvising a 62-mile trail run after a race cancellation, here are the most hilarious, heartwarming, and jaw-dropping outdoor meet-cutes gone right
“I went into this relationship happy to share my experience with someone new to the sport, but lately I just feel like an unpaid guide when what I want is a partner”
With incredible access to alpine adventures and in-town activities alike, it’s hard to beat Reno in the spring and summer
Plus, learn how you can support LGBTQI+ advocacy with the Rainbow Wall project
Native scholar weighs in on the United Nations’ suggestion that Indigenous knowledge might help us survive the climate disaster
The outdoor-survival reality show returns for season nine—tune in and return to our site for updates and speculation on who will win
Make sure your adventure buddy is trail-ready with these training tips
Lessons learned at camp sometimes do come in handy
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
The beloved annual gathering is in person again in Telluride, Colorado, and screening some of the most exciting adventure films of the year