Cyclists who love the Dark Crystal Trail, located in Whistler, British Columbia, have Scott Veach to thank for its creation

Snowmaking efforts intensify amid dry holiday weekend, triathlon’s first Black female pro, and a wipeout for the ages

The Interior Secretary creates panel to change racist names, Life Time launches new pro cycling series, and Lachlan Morton shares a mid-ride beer

The defendants are accused of committing 29 burglaries of bicycle shops over seven months, sometimes using rocks, sledgehammers, and stolen U-Hauls for their smash-and-grab heists

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Teton officials mull backcountry ski closures, Yosemite closes biggest campground until 2025, and the men's half-marathon record falls

Whenever you’re doing anything potentially dangerous outdoors, tell a responsible person where you’re going, when you’ll be back, and what to do if you don’t return.

Cerra is giving back to Whitefish, Montana, through the Last Best Ride, an event that encourages community members to participate, no matter their skill level

Experts break down the ADA laws surrounding service dogs and emotional support animals at races

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Two pro climbers explore one of the sport’s most iconic crags

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In episode two of Chasing the Elements, a freeride legend links up with one of the sport's rising stars in search of new lines

Congress approves Sams as NPS director, Canadian cops raid indigenous protest, and Steamboat locals pray for snow

Outside’s ethics guru on why it’s not the nudity that’s offensive

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California rescue aided by drone, Mikaela Shiffrin chases ski record, and turkey trot Strava art

IOC changes rules for transgender athletes, Aspen’s expansion goes to a vote, Andrew Cotton’s breakfast barrel

Backpacking rule number one: pack enough to eat

After COP26, a writer considers whether leaving the fate of the planet in the hands of world leaders is the right way forward

NPS study on harassment leaked, more ski resorts delay opening, teddy bear lost in Glacier National Park reunited with owner

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A car accident could have ended the young pro skier’s life. Instead, it gave him a second chance.

A California nonprofit is connecting 15 mountain towns with 300 scenic miles of hiking, biking, riding, and running. ‘A Trail for Everyone’ shows how the extraordinary project is coming together.

The trio ascended the technical and coveted southeast ridge to the summit of the 24,787-foot peak

Climber charged for Denali SOS call, woman is youngest to run 100 marathons, Bearsun takes Manhattan

What’s a surefire way to ruin an outdoor adventure? A selfish partner.

Forest Fenn Treasure Hunter Banned, Sequoia National Park Reopens, ultrarunner meets rattler

Plan your next adventure on one of the nation’s most resplendent waterways with the help of Gaia GPS

Another fatality in Death Valley, ancient ski found in Norway, and Heather Hansman’s book release

The outdoor doofus was recently convicted of crimes he bragged about to ‘The New Yorker.’ So what’s an appropriate punishment?

Rivian valued at $70 billion, Cotopaxi battles scammers, and a Tour de France beer stop

Charges filed in Texas “rolling coal” case, New York City’s uptick in wildlife, a surfer’s frustration for everyone to see

The $1.2 trillion plan doesn’t just include investments in roads and bridges; it’ll also focus on bike lanes, wildfire mitigation, and dam removal

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Hidden spikes on a popular trail, a cancer survivor’s marathon return, and ducks on the run in New York City

The tragedy on 20,549-foot Chimborazo has sparked a debate about the dangerous trend of hiring unlicensed guides

Sasha DiGiulian set out to become the first woman and second person in history to complete the Rocky Mountain Trilogy, a compilation of three of the hardest 5.14 big walls in the Canadian Rockies

‘The Trilogy’ features one of climbing’s strongest personalities at her most vulnerable

The climate crisis has affected every corner of the country, including many of the places we once fantasized about moving to for a better quality of life

Our guru weighs in on the ethics of defacing a man-made blight

The grandeur of the Great Salt Lake stopped Brigham Young in his tracks and inspired John Muir to jump in for a swim. Yet now it’s in danger of disappearing, sucked dry by agriculture, climate change, and suburban lawns. Many Utahns would just as soon pave it, but as Bill Gifford learned during a yearlong exploration, there’s beauty and natural splendor here that deserves to live on.

Mountaineers recognized for ascents in Canada and Pakistan, as well as two lifelong alpinists, will receive awards later this month in France

The Olympic cyclist is proving that age really is only a number

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