From $30,000 Airbnb rentals to animal sacrifices to 25,000 sometimes-naked umbraphiles, this is the weirdness that went down in the Wyoming resort town leading up to last week's astrological dance
This month, German Freya Hoffmeister became the first kayaker to circumnavigate the continent, paddling through everything from gale-force winds to ship-clogged canals.
A new catamaran racing circuit for young competitors proves that speed sailing—with all its excitement and danger—is here to stay.
Paddling through Minnesota’s springtime ice break-up is nuts. What is Will Steger thinking?
Think Cheryl Strayed is tough? Meet these guys.
A new study shows that climbing teams from countries with rigid social structures are more likely to summit Himalaya mountains—but also more likely to die trying. Can the data predict summit success?
Explorer's solo winter ascent is one of the most impressive feats in contemporary mountaineering
The abrupt move stunned the outdoor industry and infuriated climbers, but it wasn't necessarily a bad choice.
How to hack lift tickets, travel, lodging.
A few weeks ago, when Vail Resorts bought Park City Mountain Resort, the sale triggered an onslaught of vitriol against Colorado's billion-dollar ski empire. But while it's easy to hate a company just because it's claiming territory faster than the whitebark pine beetle, Vail has actually been a very good thing for skiers.
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