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The ursine inhabitants of the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center test dozens of containers each year to see if they're worthy of bear-proof certification

In an excerpt from 'The Cold Vanish,' a new book about people who disappear in the wild, Outside contributor Jon Billman looks at the rare, tragic case of a fat-tire rider who couldn't be found

'Last Moments of Recall' follows skiers based in Canada's Chic-Choc Mountains as they tour the birch forests of Gaspésie National Park

As it became clear that climbing walls could be an ideal host for the coronavirus, most gyms closed their doors this week

Stop storing up days and start using them, whether it's for a microadventure, a staycation, or a road trip

The ice climber, kayaker, and paraglider continues to explore uncharted territories into his fifties

After 30 years, Ktunaxa First Nation, with help from the Canadian government and Patagonia, finally shut down the Jumbo Glacier ski-resort development

They say to spend money on experiences, not things—shouldn't gift giving be the same?

From unexpected snowstorms to below-freezing bathroom breaks, winter camping is a wild adventure. Some nights, you relish the hilarity of navigating tent poles with numb fingers. Other nights, you'd rather show up, sit back, and crack open a beer. If you're ready for the latter—a mix of chilly excursions and heated luxury—it's time to treat yourself at one of North America's best winter glamping sites. Here are our favorites.

You could order a premade kit. Or you could get crafty and build your own hot box.

The six most doable ski descents in North America, according to pro skier Cody Townsend and ski mountaineer Noah Howell

Which mega-pass to buy to make the most of this season and more

'Highway of Tears' tells the story of the dozens of indigenous women and girls who have gone missing or been found murdered along Canada's Highway 16

The short road trip on British Columbia's Sea to Sky Highway from Vancouver to Whistler packs in a ton of adventure

Hunters Jessi Johnson and Bridget Noonan try to fill their Dall-sheep and caribou tags in Canada's Northwest Territories.

When she realized a mountain lion was stalking her, Dee Gallant knew exactly what to do—blast some heavy metal

Catch the great southerly migration with North America's top birding enthusiasts

These experiences will help you connect to the land while respecting the indigenous cultures that have long inhabited it

From remote wilderness resorts to a ski-in, ski-out hotel, these properties care as much about environmental practices as they do guest amenities

Instagram can make even the most far-flung places seem accessible. But how much does it really cost to get the shot?

A new book showcases the globe-trotting work of a photographer whose life mission is to document masks from endangered cultures

In April, alpinists David Lama, Jess Roskelley, and Hansjörg Auer went silent during a harrowing expedition in Canada. The climbing community mobilized, first for a search and then for a memorial. In the wake of the tragedy, writer Nick Heil examines the motives of cutting-edge climbers and wonders: How close should we stand to our own mortality to feel alive?

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

Finally visit those crowd-less destinations you’ve been dreaming of—without breaking the bank

Authorities are searching for a vandal who wrecked a popular tourist destination in Squamish, B.C.

This segment of 'Big Land' showcases the perils of an expedition to Canada's Labrador region, including bears and unrelenting weather

The Canadian almost-astronaut is making a name for herself as a new kind of space-nerd-of-all-trades

With the help of Steven Glass and Mitchell Rosko, you could be living in a skoolie (complete with a fireplace and shower) within a year

How much does the world need to know about a deadly bear attack? That question was tested in the Yukon last year, after the horrific loss of a mother and daughter caused a destructive media storm.

At 1.1 million acres, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is one of the largest and most popular backcountry destinations in the U.S. and a longtime proving ground for adventurers. But now the region is facing the threat of sulfide-ore copper mining. Stephanie Pearson paddles into the wild.

What do we lose when we lose the animals that make up the soundtrack of the outdoors?

In 'Road to 100,'​​​​​​​ kayakers Liam Fournier and Aniol Serrasolses set out to drop Ram Falls in the remote Canadian Rockies

Peter Heller’s latest novel puts two college friends in a canoe on Canada's Maskwa River, paddling toward a struggle against nature and other humans

‘Escape’ features Montreal-based DJ JaBig as he attempts to set the record for a continuous fixed-gear bike ride through Canada. 

Have you ever thought, ‘Mom, how could you say that?’ well, this film is littered with those moments.

How we exploit big trees, big game, and even extinct creatures

For more than 40 years, tribal chief and artist Roy Vickers was obsessed with a totem pole that was taken from a remote native village in British Columbia. He decided to make a replica, and all he needed was will, skill, and a 17,500-pound tree.

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