Unleashed: When Surfboards Roamed Free illustrates the perilous days before surfboard leashes.
Nikki Cooley and her sister want to get more Native people working in some of the the outdoor world's most coveted positions
This film from the Inertia profiles Leah Dawson, a surfer and filmmaker who’s advocating for more women to engage in her favorite sport.
Before her death last November, Katie Lee spent half a century working to restore Glen Canyon, a lost place that was even more astounding than Grand Canyon
Jason Nez studies something that's too often forgotten amid the awe-inspiring views and canyon walls: those who live there
Brad Dimock has been building wooden dories and guiding in the Grand Canyon since the 1970s.
Harvey Butchart was hiking the canyon long before others thought to follow
Georgie White Clark was foul-mouthed, brusk, famously rude to customers—and a pioneer in Grand Canyon
Every day, hundreds of helicopters pass through the lower canyon from the Hualapai Reservation. Is Grand Canyon West turning into “Las Vegas East” and ruining the park’s wilderness? Or is it saving a Native American tribe?
One of the craziest speed records in ultrarunning takes athletes from the top of the canyon, down to the bottom, and then all the way back up again—twice.