A federal court just ruled that the BLM's leader was serving illegally, with plans to reconvene next week to consider if all of his actions were illegal, too
Many students would rather be outside than stuck on Zoom all day—and most programs can't keep up with the surge in demand
During May, UK-based photographer Nick Pumphrey challenged himself to experience the sunrise every morning in the sea
Two friends abandoned promising careers to pursue a bold adventure. It went terribly wrong—but also right.
'Ode to Desolation' introduces us to Jim Henterly, who spends his summers stationed at the historic Desolation Peak Fire Lookout
A professional snowboarder's quest to find a united path forward on climate policy through a shared love of the outdoors
'Pedal Through' follows a group of Black women on a 132-mile backpacking trip in central Oregon
This six-part series explores the history of California's forests, as well as the increasing threat of wildfires across the state
Coronavirus hasn't stopped Italian heartthrob and two-wheeled avenger Vittorio Brumotti from righting society's wrongs. The cyclist has delighted audiences with his TV news segment "100% Brumotti," shaming people for parking in handicapped spaces and taking on no less than the Mafia. We ride along with Italy's favorite bike hero.
The new American Alpine Club CEO talks about his background, living the #vanlife before it was cool, and his goals for the organization