Nikki Cooley and her sister want to get more Native people working in some of the the outdoor world's most coveted positions
Man-made waves, the inaugural World Surf League Founders’ Cup, and other desert oddities
In 2017, Hawaiian lawmakers removed liability protections for lifeguards exposing them to risk of lawsuits.
The Bering Sea is one of the deadliest places on the planet. But for the fishermen who harvest crab there every winter, their work had steadily been getting safer—they hadn't lost a boat in a decade. That all changed on February 11, 2017, when the 110-foot Destination disappeared off the coast of Alaska with its six-man crew.
Pro surfer turned humanitarian Jon Rose has helped millions of people around the world access clean water. Now he’s ready for his next big project.
Meet five women making the sport more diverse
In this video from River Roots and Astral, A Women Knows Her Place takes an irreverent look at paddler Nouria Newman putting on a metaphorical clinic for her male counterparts who just happen to be freestyle world champion Dane Jackson and Rush Sturges on California’s Upper Cherry Creek.
Former pro Jon Rose was chasing the biggest swells in Sumatra when the 2009 earthquake hit, and he spent the next decade providing clean water in remote disaster zones. Last fall his Waves for Water crew was in Saint Croix when Hurricane Maria struck, so the team did what came naturally: got to work.
A permitting issue and public dispute between the mayor of Honolulu and World Surf League CEO Sophie Goldschmidt may have just killed surfing's most iconic event
An Outside investigation of sexual harassment in outdoor workplaces, where unwanted advances, discrimination, and assault are a frequent and destructive occurrence for far too many women
From Take Shelter Productions, Brrr follows a group of warm weather surfers from Hawaii—including Albee Layer, Kain Daly, and Hank Gaskell—as they go out of their element into the cold waters off the southern coast of New Zealand.
From filmmaker Taylor Walker and photographers Chris Shane, Jamie Walter, and Cait Bourgeault Monumental shares their journey circumnavigating Maine's newest national monument Katahdin Woods and Waters.
Matt Thomas was a world-class kayaker who got paralyzed in a mountain-bike accident. His friend Joe Jackson moved in for a demanding stint as a caregiver. Outdoor sports were off the table, of course—until Thomas heard about paragliding.
At the planet's biggest ice-fishing tournament, held every January in Brainerd, Minnesota, 10,000 contestants battle 20-below temperatures for a $150,000 purse. Ian Frazier slips and slides among wily fish, cheese curds, and some of the greatest nearly frozen anglers he's ever seen.
Three months after the hurricane, fly-fishing guides wrestle with what the future of their industry might look like
From Happy Handgrenade Productions, Dogs of War follows fly fishing guide Lionel Song as he pursues the annual catfish migration which sends Okavango Delta in Africa into a frenzy.
Follow Amy Martin and Erica Fareio as they traverse the Colorado River and reveal the allure of the canyons.
Adventure paddler Aleksander Doba willed his 71-year-old body and 1,600-pound kayak through a 4,000-mile trans-Atlantic journey
Fly-fishing guide Camille Egdorf is putting an end to the good-ole-boys-club on the river.
As the largest federally maintained wilderness area in the lower 48, The Frank Church Wilderness holds a special place in the hearts of the rangers that protect it.
While the word may be out about Tofino, on Canada’s Vancouver Island, the incredible setting and eclectic locals still make it one of the best surf towns in North America
This film Continuance Pt. II is a multi-part documentary series exploring the life of one of surfing's greatest, Kelly Slater.
In our ongoing Weekly Escape series, we aim to transport you from your desk to an incredible place in two minutes or less
Keenan was a legend in the sport—and is the first rescue diver to die while freediving
This spring, Kat Cannell, MJ Wright, and Katelyn Spradley set out on horseback to follow a salmon's upstream battle from the mouth of the Columbia River to its farthest inland home in Idaho's Redfish Lake.
The race takes place on a section of the Payette River in Idaho known as Jacob’s Ladder, which is famous for its massive features. This year, the record runoff had some competitors worried.