What it feels like to rescue a surfer from the massive winter waves that crash into the Hawaiian island

The ‘Row of Life’ drifted for nearly 4,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean until, one day, it washed ashore

The future of the Chinook is uncertain, as its numbers drop due to the impacts of climate change, unsustainable harvest practices, dams, habitat loss, and predation

Jay Johnson connects with a community of anglers in South Carolina, where flood tides and redfish reign supreme

With increased coastal flooding and erosion, climate change is harshing California’s mellow vibes. Officials say it’s time to retreat from the shore altogether. Residents want to stay and fight. Paul Kvinta reports from the front lines of a pitched battle, where geologists and millionaires are squaring off, and friendly fire between surfers isn’t so friendly.

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In part three of Chasing the Elements, we join two of the sport's top athlete-filmmakers as they kick off paddling season

Forest Service limits permits to Boundary Waters after surge in visits, Mark Cavendish robbed at knifepoint, and what happens when hot water meets Siberian cold

Big-wave surfing in ‘100 Foot Wave,’ high winds cancel skiing world cup, and a bald eagle versus one brave prairie dog

Outside’s ethics guru on why it’s not the nudity that’s offensive

Plan your next adventure on one of the nation’s most resplendent waterways with the help of Gaia GPS

How Susan Orlean reported the classic Outside story about the surf girls of Maui

Using their scuba skills, these water lovers clean the country’s largest lakes in the hope that their garbage hordes can spark high-level change

How two rival teams fought storms and sleep deprivation to claim an 18-year-old paddling FKT

In ‘BAJÍO Odyssey | Fish for Change - Heather,’ a film by Meris McHaney, we follow Heather Harkavy, director of operations at Fish for Change, as she leads a summer student program in Guanaja, Honduras

The state of the steelhead in the Columbia and Snake River watersheds is dire. A Pacific Northwest steelhead angler grapples with how best to honor the people, places, and resources that she loves. 

It’s not just a momentary mood booster, but a reminder of what we’re capable of

Freestyle and whitewater kayaker Dane Jackson goes big. This video, by Novus Select and Flow Motion Ariels, highlights his best moments of 2020.

For Tributaries Digital Cinema, balancing cameras on shaky bows is just the way to show off life aboard beautiful boats

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Everything you need to know about the Collins Cup, who could win the first-ever event, how it works, and what the broadcast will look like

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