There's a burgeoning industry of hawking mountain-conquering platitudes for cash. Lots of it.
Thanks to a grassroots movement, it's soon going to get a lot simpler to book campsites on federal lands. But with more than two-thirds of public campgrounds controlled by the states, the work has just begun.
The UCI's decision in the Brit's case may have far-reaching implications for international drug testing
The Doug Coombs Foundation was created to subsidize skiing and open up the sport to a broader audience. Now the Jackson, Wyoming–based organization finds itself on the front lines in the battle over undocumented workers.
Naming your favorite outdoor gear is more complicated than you'd think
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
As sea levels rise and megastorms become more frequent and intense, answering that question might be the key to preserving coastal life as we know it
These foundational principles are more than 50 years old. We have three suggested updates for 2018.
Our former editor on Thomas McGuane's almost cinematic contemplation of hunting
Idaho is the first Western state to take some action on dangerous cyanide traps, but it's not enough
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