The Granite State has the right to bill hikers for the cost of their rescue, if officials deem them to be reckless in the outdoors
In ‘Missed Fortune,’ a series inspired by a story he wrote for Outside, host Peter Frick-Wright shines a spotlight on the fanatics who chased an eccentric art collector’s hidden riches at all costs
We’ve collected tales about curious mountain lions, amorous warthogs, hardworking beavers, and more from our adventures in the wild
The 40-year-old captain is taking the sailing world by storm, aiming to break dozens of records, including the fastest solo, nonstop circumnavigation of the globe
Take life outdoors one level higher. Here’s how.
You've spent ages preparing for a trip, but now it's right around the corner and you're having second thoughts
To commemorate Father’s Day, editors recall their favorite fishing trips, bike rides, and outdoor misadventures with dad
The Outside survival column returns with a shocking story from rural Massachusetts
From paddling a river during a forest fire to improvising a 62-mile trail run after a race cancellation, here are the most hilarious, heartwarming, and jaw-dropping outdoor meet-cutes gone right
Crashing, getting lost, or making a gear mistake is just part of trying a new outdoor activity
This Central American destination is the adventure traveler’s dream, from its jungle-covered peaks to a coastline dotted with more than 450 islands stretching across the world’s second-largest barrier reef. It’s also delightfully accessible (English is the official language and the dollar a main currency), culturally diverse, and home to historically significant Maya sites, creating a particular dynamism that's unique to the region
GPS units sometimes fail—you owe it to yourself to know how to use a trusty compass
Professional climber Jonathan Siegrist shares the secrets to building strong hands
I took my dream job in a foreign place. I'm worried about leaving my local woods behind and connecting with a new landscape overseas. Help?
The problem with current off-road EVs is that they’re anything but practical. So we dreamed up one that is.
If you don’t know how to ski, hire an instructor—not your significant other. It might just save your relationship.
After months of pandemic-induced isolation, one Vermont family dove headfirst into a 272-mile adventure
I’ve lived in a van for a year. It sucks, and now I’m ready to change things up.
On February 3rd, a moose charged and trampled Bridgett Watkins' dog team near Fairbanks, Alaska when they were on a training run to prepare for the Iditarod. Here's what happened in her words, as told to Blair Braverman.
After a driver struck and nearly killed me, I had to relearn how to walk. Hiking the trail outside my front door became a goal I never thought I’d achieve.
The pain I experience while thru-hiking draws me back to the present and makes me more aware of my privilege
Tim Leatherman’s invention was a runaway success. But until now, it’s never been the tool he intended.
California rescue aided by drone, Mikaela Shiffrin chases ski record, and turkey trot Strava art
Forest Fenn Treasure Hunter Banned, Sequoia National Park Reopens, ultrarunner meets rattler
Hidden spikes on a popular trail, a cancer survivor’s marathon return, and ducks on the run in New York City
Mountaineers recognized for ascents in Canada and Pakistan, as well as two lifelong alpinists, will receive awards later this month in France
We combed the event for the most unique and badass builds
Bus 142 spent 60 years sitting in the Alaskan backcountry and saw thousands of visitors before it ended up at the Museum of the North in Fairbanks. Now a team of conservators, students, and volunteers face the challenge ahead.
Let's get lost.
Have You Ever Considered Running In 13 Countries In One Day? Probably not. But Josh Sanders did. And then he tried it. With 15 friends.
During the Great Flood of 2011, the Mississippi was an unleashed monster, with deadly currents and a flow rate that could fill the Superdome in less than a minute. Defying government orders, Delta native W. Hodding Carter and two wet-ass pals canoed 300 miles from Memphis to Vicksburg—surfing the crest, watching wildlife cope with the rising tide and assessing 75 years of levee building.
Every hour of every day, behemoth container ships cruise the highways of ocean commerce, loaded with stereos and lobster and plastic air fresheners. And during the winter storm season, massive waves from out of nowhere can wreck these arks of global trade.
Before the rains, before the winds, before the tens of thousands of missing and dead, Patrick Symmes sneaked into Myanmar's secret capital, where the military rules from a sun-baked plain, guided by the forecasts of astrologers. A report from the last flight out of a shuttered nation, where, even hours before Cyclone Nargis hit, nobody had a clue.