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Meet the grassroots movement of women fighting to open up surfing to a more diverse range of body types
Outside contributing editor Heather Hansman’s new book is both a critical take on the ski industry and love letter to its skids
How to balance freedom and adventure with safety and security
Tim Zimmermann’s feature about a 12,000-pound orca that killed a SeaWorld trainer changed the future of marine parks, was developed into a powerful 2013 documentary, and turned the author into a vegan
‘Fuel for Life: Alvin Garcia,’ a film by Tommy Chandler, explores how sports and the outdoors have since impacted Garcia‘s life and helped him find community and a sense of belonging in the United States
Ivy Le’s wildy funny take on adventure entertainment might just shift the conversation on who belongs in the outdoors
Join us in reading Heather Hansman’s ‘Powder Days’
In an excerpt from her new book ‘Powder Days,’ Outside contributing editor Heather Hansman looks at how the famous Colorado resort town is emblematic of a national trend, where corporate resorts and a skyrocketing housing costs are driving out all but the most affluent
On the complicated experience of seeing Japanese wellness practices exoticized in the West
The acclaimed author’s latest release is the October pick for the Outside Book Club. We spoke with him about the book, climate anxiety, and the father-son relationship
Twelve reasons Deepak Chopra's new podcast on Audible will help change the way you view yourself and the world
Why? Because when more kids reap the benefits of time spent in nature, the world will be a better place.
For decades, Deep Springs College in California resisted the push to go coed. But even though women are now allowed to attend, it still holds on to the past.
Turn those fun-sized sweets into delicious desserts and decor
Patagonia recently updated the Willard Bascom classic ‘Waves and Beaches’
In ‘The Rescue,’ Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin capture the astonishing effort to find the boys’ soccer team that spent more than two weeks trapped in a cave
Steep lines and jaw-dropping stunts stand out in the annual film series’ latest entry
Outside TV and its 600+ hours of adventure films and television shows are now free with Outside+
Honest-to-God advice on how to enjoy nature, from an actor-comedian-author-canoe-builder who grew up on a farm and takes rock stars rafting
Even after a life-changing diagnosis, I can still experience the thrill of adventure
Alexandra Kleeman’s new novel imagines a disaster-plagued California where everybody’s drinking man-made water
It’s never too early to help your kids develop a healthy mindset around food. Here’s where to start.
Reading about romance and relationships in speculative fiction about scary futures reminds us that a better world is always worth fighting for
In an excerpt from his new book, ‘Truffle Hound,’ Outside contributor Rowan Jacobsen details how the state is developing a thriving culinary culture around its overlooked native tubers
The past few years have seen a boom in fiction about the climate crisis. Here are our recommendations for some of the most interesting titles out there, from Octavia Butler to Jenny Offill.
Through the moving story of a widowed astrobiologist and his unusual son, ‘Bewilderment’ addresses our apathy in the face of environmental disaster
In the words of Brendan Leonard: “I did perhaps underestimate it a tiny bit”
A revered figure in modern climbing literature, Katie Ives is known for her intense work ethic and for encouraging writers who weren’t always invited to the club. In her first book, she explores how the physical and fantastical aspects of big peaks have, for centuries, inspired human dreams.
For decades, many ski and snowboard films have excluded women and disabled and BIPOC athletes. ‘Mountain Revelations’ and ‘The Approach’ aim to bring new energy to the genre.
These are the full contest rules for Outside’s survival stories essay contest. You can read more about the contest and how to enter on this page. 1. Eligibility You must be 13 or older to participate. Employees and family members of Outside employees cannot participate. We’d especially like to hear…
The South American pack animal is the perfect companion for getting deep into the wilderness with little ones
Being rusty now doesn’t mean you’ll be rusty forever
Athletic reinvented beer with an uncompromising approach to brewing. Turns out, that same approach to living can help you live your best life.
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