The endurance cyclist completed the 257-mile Iceland Crossing route in 19 hours and 45 minutes
What drives Steve Tatko? The fear of losing the forest he grew up in.
Christopher Blevins became the first U.S. man since 1994 to win a round of the cross-country Mountain Bike World Cup
Máxima Acuña fights to protect her land as she stands up to the largest gold producer in the world: U.S.-based Newmont Mining Corporation
Williams is offering the biggest prize purse in U.S. cycling at a new criterium in Sacramento
A series of extreme weather events stripped the lower 48’s most glaciated mountains of their snowpack, leaving guides in the lurch
An unnatural lack of fear, a high tolerance for suffering, and a healthy sense of humor. Just ask Cedar Wright.
The Colorado resort is just one of the many now charging for uphill access. Is this the new norm?
For starters, it’s way more affordable and accessible than you think
With fall marathons back on, we’re celebrating the return to racing—and the positive side effects it can have on our lives
Travelers must get vaccinated before entering the region, but it’s unclear how officials will enforce the rule
The access gate atop the Ninety-Nine 90 chairlift offered some of the easiest access to sidecountry terrain, which the resort argued was a big part of the problem
A federal judge ruled that a Trump policy, dubbed “the Dirty Water Rule,” was unscientific and violated the rights of Indigenous tribes
There’s a right and a wrong way to live in the desert, says Outside’s ethics guru
Follow three professional athletes on their grueling journey to make the cut for the inaugural Collins Cup
Many Canadians think old-growth forests are protected from logging. Turns out, Indigenous people and a scrappy band of activists called the Rainforest Flying Squad are all that stands between Vancouver Island’s last old growth and logging companies.
The National Park Service hasn’t had a director in four years. The Biden administration is trying to fix that but faces a host of major challenges.
If it seems like you’ve been hearing about lakes and beaches closing down more often, you’re right. Various types of toxic algae are multiplying like crazy in bodies of water across the country, and stopping them won’t be easy.
How the Hushin crew is challenging hunting stereotypes, growing a vital wildlife management tool, and giving back to the community
An athlete and adventurer wants to summit the world’s highest peaks while advocating for inclusivity in the world of outdoor recreation
Hiking is for everyone—but as Kara Richardson Whitely, a.k.a. Mama Kubwa, discovered, not everyone has gotten the memo
Each one is a reflection of our society—for better or for worse