Aug 6, 2020
It's one of the most astonishing survival stories we’ve ever heard—and it might even be true
The continent has entered its long, dark night, but just over the horizon is the question of how to make sure it stays free of COVID-19 once it reopens in August
For a book project about 16th-century polar explorer William Barents, Andrea Pitzer needed to reach the remote Arctic island where he and his men came to grief. She booked passage on an expeditionary boat out of Murmansk, then headed north on a trip marked by unforgettable scenery, unexpected loss, and wild magic that changed her life.
One wildland firefighter interviews some of the trailblazers who came before her on the fires and shifts they’ll never forget and the policies they changed for the women who came after them
In recent years, the bus once occupied by Christopher McCandless had attracted tourists from all over the world—a growing number of whom had to be rescued in their attempt to reach the remote location. Now, apparently, the authorities have had enough.
In 'First Descent,' legendary canyoneer Scott Swaney reflects on a career of self-taught outdoor skills and a few close calls
A self-proclaimed "soft" writer tries to beef up his end-of-world skills during quarantine
The anonymous finder now has a million-dollar headache
Here's how to use Gaia GPS to save your route so you never get lost again
Filmmaker Eric Hanson describes a harrowing account of how serious flash floods can be