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In September 2017, Outside published a feature about the ‘Berserk,’ a ship that went missing in 2011 off the coast of Antarctica with three men aboard. The expedition leader, Jarle Andhoy, disagreed with the story we published, which contained some factual errors, and with our portrayal of the lost men of the ‘Berserk.’ He also believed that the story left out crucial information about the days before the ship’s disappearance. Outside editor in chief Christopher Keyes interviewed Andhoy and his lawyer, Gunnar Nerdrum Aagaard, to better understand new details the two have gathered, which may help explain what happened to the men on board.

The bestselling author’s latest novel was informed by years of researching the history of female aviation and traveling to far-flung places

In his new book ‘A Most Remarkable Creature,’ indie musician and writer Jonathan Meiburg travels to the bottom of the planet to investigate a very strange bird of prey that puzzled Darwin himself

The continent has entered its long, dark night, but just over the horizon is the question of how to make sure it stays free of COVID-19 once it reopens in August

A supposedly fun thing I would absolutely do again

Colin O'Brady completed the first solo crossing of the Antarctic landmass under his own power and with no resupplies in 2018. In this excerpt from his new memoir, 'The Impossible First,' he reveals the moment that nearly ended his historic feat.

Some bucket-list destinations will be more budget-friendly than ever this year. Here's where to go to make your dollar stretch.

Mark your calendar: it's time to do or see something big next year. Here's how to pull it off.

The siblings essentially crossed finish lines together in high school track. Moving far apart and facing their own demons, they found that the bond of running holds fast.

The Canadian pilot has summited Mount Everest, biked the Arctic, and rowed across the Atlantic

The explorer’s crossing of Antarctica put him in the spotlight. His skill in presenting himself to audiences hungry for vulnerable heroes will keep him there.

Some incredible pups have accompanied explorers (or even gone solo into the unknown) over the centuries

You can try to book your epic adventure by spending hours online. Or you can save time, money, and hassle by using a travel agent.

From Yosemite’s famed granite to Patagonian towers, these pitches are every bit as legendary as the climber himself

On polar madness and other games the Arctic plays with the human brain

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