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The Norwegian mountaineer explains why women deserve equal support on the world’s highest mountains

Donziger was released from two years of house arrest in 2022, the latest wrinkle in his decades-long fight for justice in the Amazon rainforest

Perry’s time for a self-supported trek on the trail nearly broke the best mark for a supported effort

In a candid interview, Gu discusses her Olympic triumph, the criticism she faced for competing for China, and how she’s trying to maintain the normal life of a first-year college student

The group of scientists and adventurers gained valuable knowledge about climate change’s impact on ice in the Weddell Sea, and did additional research on weather, navigation, and marine engineering

Co-founder of the Outdoorist Oath, Pattie Gonia discusses the importance of outdoor joy

Expedition leader Philip Henderson takes us inside the first all-Black mission to climb Mount Everest, and explains why the group’s work didn’t end when they returned to Base Camp

Van Vleuten dominated the 2022 pro cycling season, which culminated with her victory at the inaugural Tour de France Femmes

Witnessing the Aurora Borealis can feel like you’re glimpsing another world. For some people, that’s exactly what’s happening.

Injured in the SoCal backcountry, a man got a break when two campers heard him screaming for help

Ten of the world’s best amateur riders battle it out for a pro contract from Orbea Bikes and a $30,000 prize purse

Articles editor Frederick Dreier sat down with Purja to discuss the triumphs and tragedies from his 2022 climbing season, as well as the speed record he thinks is possible on the world’s highest mountains

Sasha DiGiulian, Brette Harrington, and Matilda Söderlund traveled to Spain to send one of the hardest such routes. Rayu marks 16 pitches of biting limestone and a 5.14b crux. For DiGiulian, it also signaled a return to the height of her athletic career.

In October, Rekabi made headlines by competing without a hijab. Now, outlet IranWire reports that a new video shows the crushed ruins of her home.

Coloradan Bayes Wilder had a massive day of climbing in Spain

FIS World Cup: Men’s Downhill Day One Cancellation | U.S. Ski and Snowboard Event Replays

“The Forest Service is embarking on an exciting study of the first-ever use of electric vehicles in a natural resources field setting”

Vitriolic messages appeared on Camp Tamarack’s social media after the incident. Oregon’s LGBTQ+ community has rallied behind the camp.

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Mikaela Shiffrin, Jessie Diggins, and the country’s other stars of snow sports are back in action

Rahlves is among the few American men who have stood on the Beaver Creek World Cup podium. He shares his winning line.

Tune in to see the best speed racers in the world take on the legendary Birds of Prey course in Beaver Creek

According to Italian newspaper ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport,’ the Tour is swapping Paris for the French Riviera due to the race’s overlap with another major sporting event

Writer Stewart M. Green remembers Webster, who was part of the 1988 expedition to climb Mount Everest’s Kangshung Face

Talk to the victims of crashes and their families, and they’ll tell you: when a motor vehicle injures or kills a bicyclist, the American justice system lets drivers off the hook

Ten of the world’s best amateur riders battle it out for a pro contract from Orbea Bikes and a $30,000 prize purse

Park officials believe the 31-year-old succumbed to hypothermia

With Lake Mead drying up due to drought and climate change, the famous desert reservoir is revealing grisly secrets from the past, including the remains of people thought to be victims of Las Vegas foul play. Mark Sundeen hits Nevada for a freewheeling exploration of dark deeds, a rapidly unfolding apocalypse, and a parched future that will dramatically affect the entire American Southwest.

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Racing around a mountain resort sounds like the ultimate adventure job. But with housing and other costs soaring, getting paid in fun is no longer cutting it.

Langland is in the new film ‘Fleeting Time,’ which captures epic snowboarding from around the world

Ben Soja’s amazing ride from 2018 still stands alone in the record books

Ten of the world’s best amateur riders battle it out for a pro contract from Orbea Bikes and a $30,000 prize purse

Wolverines once roamed North American in hordes. Now an endangered species, one team is trying to recover their population in Washington.

Last winter a ski-patrollers union in Park City, Utah, made headlines for its standoff against Vail Resorts over wages. The dust has since settled on negotiations, but the conversations they sparked about what ski-industry workers deserve may just be getting started.

The American scored two slalom victories in Levi, Finland, over the weekend

Beginner skiers may come to learn the basics at Big Snow, America's first indoor ski slope. Experienced skiers may come for the novelty.

The lack of appropriate plus-size clothing and equipment is a completely unnecessary barrier to snow sports

British explorer Karen Darke wants to become the first paraplegic person to ride an adaptive cycle in Antarctica

Ranking resorts based on five climate-based criteria, the Savills Ski Resilience Index sheds light on climate change’s impact on this sport

Last year, Angel Collinson surprised everyone when she retired after a decade as a professional athlete. She’s still finding her way.

The new carving ski isn’t completely recyclable, but it’s a big step in the right direction

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How to keep your batteries warm and lens fog-free, plus other essential tips for winter photography.

As Ukraine prepares for months of frigid conflict with Russia, its troops might look to another nation that held its own against the Red Army in the cold: Finland.

A storm rolled into Riverside County on October 22, stranding the duo high on a famed rock climbing route

Among the items for sale is a glass jar that apparently contains Fenn’s 20,000-word autobiography

Ten of the world’s best amateur riders battle it out for a pro contract from Orbea Bikes and a $30,000 prize purse

Nick “Chezwick” Gagnon became the fastest person to circumnavigate the enormous route, which takes in sections of five major thru-hikes

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From selecting a site to securing your tent, here's how to set up your winter camp.

Dave Graham started getting messages from the crystals he was hunting. What did it mean?

Richard Carr was halfway across the Pacific, alone on a yacht, when he began sending frantic alerts that he was being kidnapped by pirates

“As the world warms, the United States warms more,” reads the latest National Climate Assessment

Two agencies will investigate bringing grizzlies back to the Pacific Northwest

The off-road pro completed the 55-mile route—which has 8,000 feet of climbing—in 5:50:38

Officials have canceled seven of eight World Cup events due to warm temperatures, bad conditions, and a lack of snow

In a pre-trial hearing, a Texas judge struck down her attorney’s attempt to toss evidence gathered by police

A New Mexico jury acquitted Cummings for the 2020 killing of 47-year-old Guillermo Arriola

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These unsuspecting riders got a taste of trailhead tailgating with no drawbacks (and loved it)

When Harrington and Nelson met on an Everest expedition, they formed a bond that carried them through some of the toughest and most rewarding experiences of their lives, including dangerous expeditions, big romances, and motherhood

Officials in the Dutch province of Gelderland say the area’s wolves are getting too comfortable around humans

Columnist Eben Weiss wonders if bike advocates are too focused on vehicle size, when it’s the actions of the driver that are most important

After becoming paralyzed from the chest down, the mountain athlete found an unlikely ally in recovery: psychedelics

Ten of the world’s best amateur riders battle it out for a pro contract from Orbea Bikes and a $30,000 prize purse

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Brody Leven's layering hacks might change how you pack for winter adventures

Our favorite season is changing in ways good and bad. Here are the forecasts for mountain towns, ski bums, and everyone else.

The Sonoran desert toad is under threat from hunters who seek their toxic secretions

California’s Suprême Jumbo Love is the only 5.15c route to be completed in the U.S.

A longtime cycling advocate offers advice on how to assist your local off-road stewardship program

Kurt Steiner has dedicated his life to skipping stones, developing a technique to produce throws that defy the laws of physics

Columnist Maggie Slepian explains why expertise in the outdoors does not make you immune from mistakes

An ultra trail runner and a big-mountain skier find a new home on the bike, which helped them heal mentally and physically

Contributor Andrew Bernstein competed in the paracycling division at the SBT GRVL gravel race this summer, three years after he was nearly killed by a negligent driver

Hikers had to pay to access 14,272-foot Quandary Peak outside Breckenridge in 2021 and 2022

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Meet one of the winners of the 2021 Defender Service Awards—and the rescue vehicle that helps them get the work done

The exuberant king of survival TV insists that our wild adventures are about more than just chasing fun—they are the keys that get us through the struggles of our everyday lives

Aspen, Colorado, is using Tenants for Turns to chip away at the housing problem that’s crushing desirable recreation towns around the country

As a professional leisure athlete, Katie Burrell has a lot of advice—listen up