One man's quest to ski the equivalent of sea level to the summit of Everest and back. Twice. In 24 hours. On a single ski run.
Meet the hog-tying, net-throwing, wave-surfing, calf-roping Native Hawaiian cowboys who are unlike any other cowboys on earth
That fact was made painfully clear Sunday night when an autonomous Volvo XC90 hit and killed a woman who was walking her bike across the street in Tempe, Arizona
Study finds that high-elevation areas in the Himalaya are seeing wetter, more frequent slides
Internal documents suggest Utah and federal officials failed to take into account Native concerns and input as they downsized the national monument
Could the short, goofy-looking busboy become the new king of hard soloing and speed climbing?
New "vision cards" issued by the department charged with overseeing public lands for recreation and extraction are heavy on the latter
Every year, the Upper Peninsula town of Munising hosts the Michigan Ice Fest. Last month, a certain celebrity rock climber attended the event, working with pro ice climber Angela VanWiemeersch to learn to climb a different type of face.
Devon O’Neil watched from a distance as Irma—one of the strongest storms to ever hit land—battered the Caribbean island of St. John with 200-mile-per-hour winds. Two months later, he returned to the place where he grew up to help clear the wreckage and process the destruction of his former home.
And global warming could bring more of it to the surface