The federal government’s authority to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions is at risk, as right wing Supreme Court justices rewrite American laws

On June 21, the BLM, U.S. Forest Service, and Five Tribes of the Intertribal Coalition signed a cooperative management agreement for Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument. It marks a shift in our history at a time when we’ve never needed to collaborate more.

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Several recent email submissions describing real-life blunders from the world of rock have left us extremely worried about some of you. No sharp objects near climbing ropes, please!

Officials are looking into plans that would relocate the crowded camp downvalley and off the ice

After kicking off an enormous slide on a familiar backcountry run in Colorado, our writer was forced to reconsider his relationship with skiing

Come along for an exploration of the streets of San Francisco

To commemorate Father’s Day, editors recall their favorite fishing trips, bike rides, and outdoor misadventures with dad

This is the kind of natural disaster that happens every few hundred years, and it happened to us

This is just the beginning for East Africa’s Team Amani

Rangers in the Pisgah and Nantahala National Forests are asking hikers to be mindful of bears

The Park Service is asking for help to identify who spray-painted rocks near Yosemite Falls

Almost 9.5 million acres in 13 western states are permanently inaccessible to the general public because they're surrounded by private land. BLM director Tracy Stone-Manning wants to keep chipping away at them, acre by acre.

Nathan Williams isn’t a household name in Oklahoma (or anywhere else for that matter), but to those who take part in the adrenaline-fueled sport that is noodling, Williams isn’t just known—he’s red-dirt royalty

A group of rafting companies is suing to block the Biden administration’s increase in minimum wage. Not all guides are happy.

After two young pilots crashed their small plane into the water off Hawaii, they realized their best hope for survival was to make it back to land on their own.

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