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From Reykjavík to Minneapolis, winter isn’t just tolerated here, it’s celebrated

The British Columbia Supreme Court mandated that law enforcement leave the front lines, in part due to its failure to uphold civil liberties

Many Canadians think old-growth forests are protected from logging. Turns out, Indigenous people and a scrappy band of activists called the Rainforest Flying Squad are all that stands between Vancouver Island’s last old growth and logging companies.

Claire Nelson’s memoir, ‘Things I Learned from Falling,’ describes how a spill from atop a 25-foot boulder in Joshua Tree National Park changed her life

You might think that British Columbia’s oldest forests are protected from commercial interests. You’re wrong.

British Columbia is in the midst of a major surge in coronavirus cases, forcing resorts to shutter early

Skiers are claiming that there are issues with Pieps DSP backcountry safety devices

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.

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