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Mark Healey grew up on the island of Oahu, where there are two directions: toward the land and toward the sea

Climate change is melting the glaciers and permafrost of the Mont Blanc massif, revealing crystals hidden in pockets once covered in snow. Simon Akam tagged along on an expedition with one of the area’s most legendary hunters, a daring French alpinist who completes dangerous climbs to discover specimens worth tens of thousands of dollars.

After 21 ultrarunners died in a trail race in May, the Chinese government responded dramatically, and many are worried about the future of the adventure sports boom that’s been taking place there

Dispersed camping is getting less dispersed. Our ethics columnist weighs in on whether you need to share.

The trendsetters and trailblazers reimagining the outside world

To really understand the outer limits of dehydration, you need to listen to the remarkable story of Pablo Valencia

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Follow Timothy Olson as he attempts to set the fastest known time on the Pacific Crest Trail

Want to go on a vehicle-based adventure this summer? Here’s where to head, what vehicle to take, and how to stay safe and comfortable while you’re out there.

Despite Base Camp’s status as a super-spreader location, guides actually might have been safer on Everest than they would have been back home

During the 2015 Gold King Mine spill, Mylo Fowler raised money selling photo prints to deliver drinking water to the Navajo people

A shortage of places to camp is hurting the environment and limiting diversity in the outdoors. But there are some innovative solutions on the table.

Long-distance running has exploded there, but responsible oversight of trail races has been extremely inconsistent—including, it seems, at the event last weekend in Gansu Province, where 21 runners died in a sudden storm

The remarkable survival story of Claire Nelson, whose solo hike in the desert turned into a desperate fight for her life

Teenage diver Sebastian Morris and his dad were hunting for treasure in the Gulf of Mexico when they found a below-the-knee prosthetic. How do you lose that in the ocean? Amazingly, they solved the mystery.

In September 2017, Outside published a feature about the ‘Berserk,’ a ship that went missing in 2011 off the coast of Antarctica with three men aboard. The expedition leader, Jarle Andhoy, disagreed with the story we published, which contained some factual errors, and with our portrayal of the lost men of the ‘Berserk.’ He also believed that the story left out crucial information about the days before the ship’s disappearance. Outside editor in chief Christopher Keyes interviewed Andhoy and his lawyer, Gunnar Nerdrum Aagaard, to better understand new details the two have gathered, which may help explain what happened to the men on board.

The coronavirus has put climbers and workers in even more danger than usual

Alan Arnette talks to Lukas Furtenbach about the COVID risk at Base Camp

Digging deep with journalist Daniel Barbarisi, whose new account reveals the very real danger of the chase

In an excerpt from his new book ‘The Comfort Crisis,’ journalist Michael Easter travels to Bhutan to learn about how confronting death head-on can lead to a more fulfilled life

Journalist Ian Urbina is revealing the lawlessness of the open ocean in ways you’d never imagine

The odds of being attacked by a shark are less than one in 11 million, which makes it nearly impossible to find people to turn to when you become that one. Enter a support group of survivors called the Bite Club—the most exclusive club nobody wants to join.

For centuries, dowsers have claimed the ability to find groundwater, precious metals, and other quarry using divining rods and an uncanny intuition. Is it the real deal or woo-woo? Dan Schwartz suspends disbelief to see for himself.

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The scientists, athletes, and photographers redefining our sense of adventure

Gage Lorentz was pulled over for speeding on a dirt road in Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Minutes later he lay on the ground, dead from a point-blank shot to the heart. How did a trivial traffic stop lead to his death?

A tragedy forced Savannah Cummins to come to terms with the fact that doing what she loves means putting lives in danger

With the stroke of a pen, the secretary of the interior just undid most of Trump’s harmful energy policies

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A close encounter in the far north offers powerful lessons about how Native people have chosen to live alongside a dangerous predator

What it takes to be a part of the rescue team on one of the world’s most dangerous mountains

Cyclist and explorer Kate Leeming ventures across Namibia's Skeleton Coast in this series

CEO Ryan Gellert says staying silent is “tantamount to supporting unjust laws”

When Joe Stone crashed his paraglider into a mountain, his days as an athlete were supposed to be finished. But Joe had other plans.

A new ruling calls into question previous regulations and norms around film and photography on these spaces

Investigators, family, and friends are still trying to close the case of Paul Fugate, a naturalist at Arizona’s Chiricahua National Monument who vanished without a trace in 1980. What keeps them motivated to stick with a mystery that may be unsolvable?

As our dogs age, we worry about their comfort and happiness, but take them to their favorite place and they suddenly seem young again

Wes Siler explains why absolutely everyone should keep one of these $40 MSR Home Emergency water filters around

These are athletes' and explorers' most memorable days in the wild and hard-won lessons they learned

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With endless and varied landscapes bookended by the Pacific Ocean and the Sierra Nevada mountain range, California is a hotbed for modern adventure

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Brooks Laich and his pup Koda are no strangers to adventure

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