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Forty skiers, 12 hours, more than 1,000 jumps on the first day of summer

Hikers around the world pulled on their boots and packs and not much else

The Montana Treehouse Retreat has not one but two spiral staircases that lift you up into the treetops

Seattle has a lot to offer city folk—a thriving job market, world-class culture, and all the pour-over coffee you can drink. But for those who need frequent and fast escapes from the metropolis, the shores and woods of Puget Sound's islands are only a boat ride away.

From ice cream to carnival rides, there’ve been new surprises at every turn

Every year we gather dozens of bikes and expert testers to put the newest models through their paces. Here are some snapshots from our fall session in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Here's a guarantee: if you show up to Overland Expo West, you'll of course see some incredible Jeeps and Toyota Tacomas. But the real way to take in this annual gathering in Flagstaff, Arizona, is to walk past the cliché Sprinter van build-outs and keep your eyes peeled for the trucks, vans, and other four-wheel-drive campers that are one of a kind. We spent all weekend tracking down some of these gems.

Photographer Christian Vizl documents the ocean’s beauty to show us what we’re ravaging

The 1,900-mile-long thru-hike winds through the southern Andes from Santiago to the climbing mecca of Mount Fitz Roy. To complete it, adventurers need a lot more than physical stamina.

Book an Airstream or a luxury tent outside of the Valley

Professional boxing has been illegal in Cuba for more than 50 years. That hasn't stopped the country from producing the best fighters in the world.

We just wrapped up reviewing a batch of the best upcoming models at Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Colorado. Here's how it went down.

Most of us would groan at the thought of a two-hour one-way commute. Not Chris Schierholtz. Every day he rides 35 miles to and from his office at Mission Workshop, in the heart of San Francisco.

The climber, photographer, and co-founder of Más wants you to know that you belong in the climbing gym

Meet the activists, community mobilizers, and athletes creating their own space in climbing

For more than a century, the African American cowboy has been almost absent in popular media. This photographer wants to change that.

‘Vanlife Diaries: Finding Freedom on the Open Road’ will spark your wanderlust

Red Mountain Alpine Lodge is elevating the backcountry experience in the U.S.

What started as an experiment will soon be available for DIYers everywhere

The massive waves of Nazaré, Portugal are famous for surfing—but one group of athletes has embraced a new way to engage with these waters

Just because it was fun doesn't mean it was easy

What goes into making a great Outside photograph? Our designers and photo editors picked their favorites—from sky diving record attempts to skiers hucking 60-foot cliffs—from the magazine's Exposure section and describe what they love about each

All of them come from @tinyatlasquarterly, the Instagram account you wish you ran

Snorkel in hand, a Polish photographer plumbs endless powder accumulations in the Hokkaido backcountry

Photographer and filmmaker Jonathan Chapman spent time this winter chronicling a family of veteran mushers in Minnesota who have devoted their lives to the sport and their dogs

Handmade surfboards are a rare commodity. Handmade surfboards crafted by women are even more so.

Few mountain-bike destinations seem as ambitious as North Korea, but the country is home to myriad steep mountains and hiking trails that are perfect for exploring

In sharp contrast with today's administration, the 1970s were a time when our environment was seen as valuable and not a resource to be destroyed and turned into dollars

Brands get creative showing off their products. Here are a few of our favorite booths from the Denver trade show.

Cold temperatures didn't stop one Chicagoan from training

Photographer Ian Tuttle visited Death Valley last week and asked tourists and locals about how they see the desert park faring a month into the government shutdown

This summer at the southern terminus of the PCT, photographer Ian Tuttle asked a bunch of thru-hikers why they were hiking. Months later and 2,591 miles to the north, he found some of them again and asked what they’d learned about themselves. Turns out, six months in the wilderness is a pretty good crash course in philosophy.

Photographer Tommy Corey spent the summer shooting Hiker Trash Vogue, a photo project featuring thru-hikers as models—minus wardrobe changes and plus a lot of dirt

The Senegalese surfer is making fans all over the world. Next stop: The 2020 Olympics. Words by Anna Kusmer.

Photographs by Dutch photographer Jimmy Nelson from his new book, Homage to Humanity. Words by Emily Reed.

The eight Peruvian immigrants who work as shepherds on the S. Martinez ranch in Washington have a colossal job: keep about 4,000 animals safe from predators so their wool can be harvested in the spring for companies like Pendleton and Woolrich

The ridges and reefs of West Papua are some of the most biodiverse on the planet. Two acclaimed filmmakers are on a mission to make sure they stay that way.

Behind the scenes as Brett Rheeder wins the 13th annual freeride competition

Nelson and Morrison are the first to successfully ski 7,000 vertical feet from the summit of Nepal’s Lhotse, one of the most prized high-altitude lines in the world

What it takes to document one of the world's most treacherous races. Words by Marley Walker.

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