Outside Podcast

Adventures in Audio

Apr 27, 2021

An Elite Adventurer Reckons with Risk

A tragedy forced Savannah Cummins to come to terms with the fact that doing what she loves means putting lives in danger

Apr 23, 2021

An Appalachian Trail Horror Story

Sometimes the biggest threat in the wilderness is another human

Apr 20, 2021

Biking the Iditarod in Search of Pain

Champion endurance athlete Rebecca Rusch figured her quest for enlightenment on the Iditarod Trail would hurt. She was right.

Apr 13, 2021

Life and Death Among the Polar Bears

A close encounter in the far north offers powerful lessons about how Native people have chosen to live alongside a dangerous predator

Apr 10, 2021

A Bold Plan to Make Pro Cycling Cool Again

Justin Williams has a fast and furious vision for reviving road racing in America

Apr 6, 2021

When an Athlete Refuses to Be Broken

When Joe Stone crashed his paraglider into a mountain, his days as an athlete were supposed to be finished. But Joe had other plans.

Mar 24, 2021

Embracing a Fear of Falling

All too often, we tell ourselves that being scared is just part of an adventure. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Mar 17, 2021

How the Ski Bum Was Made

The untold story of why a generation of dreamers abandoned promising lives to deliver pizza and chase their wildest powder dreams

Mar 4, 2021

A Desperate Need for the Mountains

After Sequoia Schmidt’s family was torn apart by climbing, her own desire to reach higher was born

Feb 25, 2021

“It Was a Way to Keep His Spirit Alive”

When an avalanche killed Caroline Gleich’s brother, it didn’t end her pro skiing dreams. But it did change her approach to the mountains.