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The final episode of ‘Not Just a Boys’ Club’ shares how this nonprofit supports women climbers

The cause of Paul “Grandmaster” Classen’s fatal fall is still unclear

It’s been a long road to recovery following his devastating 2019 crash, but the four-time Tour winner believes he can get back to his former riding prowess—and potentially take home one more victory in Paris

When one of bikepacking’s best athletes set a fastest known time on a legendary route, ultradistance cycling’s corner of the internet exploded in controversy around the meaning of the term “self-supported”

“There’s definitely been a lot of shame in this community surrounding femininity”

No, it’s not the new golf—road cycling is cheaper and easier than ever, and it’s ready for a makeover

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When vast gas reserves were discovered off the idyllic coast of northern Mozambique, a crew of roughnecks flew in from around the world to make their fortunes. But in March 2021, Islamist rebels attacked, and the foreigners and thousands of Mozambicans were abandoned. Two hundred holed up at the Amarula Lodge, where the expats faced a choice: save themselves, or risk it all to save everyone. As oil and gas fuel a new war in Europe, Alex Perry pieces together, shot by shot, a stunning morality tale for the global economy.

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The 2022 Toyota Tundra was made with mountain bikers in mind

Two women recount their frustrating experiences working in the business

Crashing, getting lost, or making a gear mistake is just part of trying a new outdoor activity

Crowds, inexperience, and social media are leading to a surge in rescue calls on one of the most climbed peaks in America

Kristin Harila has already ascended six of the 14 peaks above 8,000 meters since April

The series aims to encourage the climbing community to reexamine the role gender plays within it

He was an environmentalist versed in the dangers of our warming world, an expert trail runner, and eminently capable of moving far and fast outside. The heat killed him all the same.

Specialized and Rapha parted ways with the elite cyclist. Police have accused Strickland’s girlfriend and business partner, Kaitlin Armstrong, of murdering Wilson.

Amy McCulloch went to the Himalayas looking for adventure. She came back with an idea for an epic novel.

The 200-million-old fossil, which contained footprints from an alligatorlike reptile, is believed to have been stolen from the park roughly five years ago

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Make sure your adventure buddy is trail-ready with these training tips

Kaitlin Armstrong, the partner of gravel cycling star Colin Strickland, is charged with first-degree murder

Do we wish we were there, too? Heck yes.  

Moments after a historic win at the Giro d’Italia, Biniam Girmay popped a celebratory bottle of prosecco and was struck in the left eye. Amazingly, his wasn’t the first cork-related incident to occur this Italian tour season.

In July 2013, Matt Dyer felt lucky to see a polar bear in Canada’s Torngat Mountains. His good fortune ended there.

Rattlesnakes bite 150,000 pets each year in the U.S. These innovative rattlesnake training courses could save you and your canine companion.

Hundreds of mountaineers are taking advantage of clear conditions on the world’s tallest peak

The 25-year-old gravel and mountain biking star was reportedly found bleeding and unconscious inside an Austin, Texas, apartment on Wednesday

Soon after Ranga Perera immigrated to the U.S. with his parents from his home country of Sri Lanka, his father passed away from a heart attack. The loss devastated Perera, and he struggled to fully engage with his own life for years, as a child and into adulthood.

In 2013, writer Mary Grimm got lost amid whiteout conditions and had to fend for herself for nearly a week

A behind-the-scenes look at Benedikt Böhm’s incredible feat on Nepal’s Dhaulagiri VII

For many hikers, stopping can be harder than continuing, even if it’s a good idea

The film ‘Usufruct’—a word that means the right to enjoy something—emphasizes how part of enjoying public lands entails working not to destroy them, and what we can do to mitigate such loss.

Chalk Plant hopes to raise funds through Web3 technology to build a climbing space in Brooklyn

A member of the climber’s expedition confirms that she has once again topped the 29,035-foot peak, breaking her own record of most successful Everest climbs by a woman

Seven climbers from the Full Circle Everest team reached the peak on Thursday

Dozens of expeditions took advantage of favorable weather to reach the world’s highest point on Thursday

The alpinist navigated sheer descents amid whiteout conditions to complete the first descent of the world’s fifth-highest peak

This retired professional ultrarunner has found (almost) every waterfall along this wild stretch of central California coast. And, no, he won’t tell you where the best ones are.

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A Russian climber and a Nepali guide were involved in separate tragedies during a busy weekend in the Himalayas

Watch his ascent of Utah’s Life of Villains, a 5.14d route within the Hurricave

A soggy slumber under a roller coaster, a chilly night in the Sierra, a high-altitude headache on Mount Whitney, and other tales of outdoor insomnia

A storm brewing off the coast of India has teams at Base Camp starting their bids for the summit this week

Laughing our way to a better environment

Several mountaineers have ambitious plans to climb multiple 8,000-meter peaks this season

The Robert and Miriam Underhill Award, given since 1983 to legends like Lynn Hill, Yvon Chouinard, Conrad Anker, and Alex Honnold, will be rebranded because of racist remarks made in the 1930s and 1940s by Robert L.H. Underhill, a major figure in the history of U.S. mountaineering

An affidavit filed as part of an ongoing lawsuit confirms that the treasure was buried inside an iconic American landmark, and now officials are scrambling to keep the exact location secret

In forests across the planet, secretive hunters are searching for that rare and insanely expensive wild delicacy: the truffle.

Returning to a familiar trail decimated by wildfire can be both a haunting and beautiful experience

Endurance athlete Jack Kuenzle climbed and skied the volcano in just over an hour and a half

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In coastal Mexico, a group of conservationists are trying to convince fishermen to adopt a new way of life

The American Southwest hasn’t been this dry in 1,200 years. The region’s water supply—and entire energy infrastructure—is at stake.

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As year one of the Scarpa Athlete Mentorship Initiative comes to a close, we asked four mentees about their experience

Skiers Sam Cohen and Michelle Parker set out on a mission to reach these inaccessible peaks

There’s more than one way to get down Corbet’s Couloir

In New York City, a new group is helping spread the gospel of rock climbing to young women

Kevin Wilson struggled with mental illness and depression before finding his way back to skiing

Luke Konson and Daniel Balserak set out to catch the state fish in all 50 states and ended up with an unforgettable adventure

A woman in Washington State learned the hard way that items dropped into an outhouse are best left alone

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We put the completely redesigned Tundra to the test to show how its elevated features and capabilities can take your outdoor adventures to the next level

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A growing body of research suggests that it’s no longer sustainable to bury our waste in the wilderness

Thirteen days and nine hours after she and her team started their 1,000-mile trek through the Alaskan wilderness, the 24-year-old Inupiaq musher drove her sled to the finish line

Defined as “the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness”

The group helps women and nonbinary and gender-nonconforming people find joy and success in climbing

The City of Angels is bringing together tech, academia, government, nonprofits, and ordinary residents to make its greenery more equitable and mitigate the effects of both climate change and systemic racism

We asked one of the original Earth Day organizers for ideas on how to bring back urgency to the movement during a moment that’s more dire than ever

Nepal’s Department of Tourism has issued roughly 30 percent fewer permits in 2022 than the record-breaking 408 it did a year ago

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Facing potentially dangerous slide conditions, professional skiers Jérémie Heitz and Sam Anthamatten have to weigh their ambitions against the ever-present possibility of tragedy in the mountains

In the heart of Cornhusker country, they know how to make their own fun. Native son Carson Vaughan drafted four friends, loaded up on beer, and did what may be the strangest float trip in the world.

Mountaineers Renan Ozturk and Freddie Wilkinson were so inspired by the late photographer Bradford Washburn’s shots of the Alaskan peak that they set out to climb it in a whole new way

After receiving waves of criticism, the world’s first blockchain-based cycling club pivoted away from NFTs. For now.

German mountaineer Jost Kobusch is chasing a seemingly impossible record on the world’s most famous peak

Antte Lauhamaa decided to embark on a backcountry moonlit ski mission in the Lapland wilderness of Finland as a tribute to his father