From Yosemite’s famed granite to Patagonian towers, these pitches are every bit as legendary as the climber himself
Ramón Navarro chases swells around the world. Here's the carry-on gear that helps him get it done.
If you're still using ground beef, you've got a lot to learn
As the U.S. battles over the fate of public lands, the Chilean government and Kristine Tompkins are doing something extraordinary down in Patagonia—setting aside millions of acres for stunning new national parks. And they aren't done yet.
For mountain biker Lorraine Blancher, veering off the beaten path has been a pastime that keeps biking fresh and new.
The crew behind Seeking Nirvana may have never been professional filmmakers, but what they lacked in technical skill they made up for in team chemistry.
In the Atacama region of Chile, 42-year-old Max Stöckl set a new mountain bike speed record on a standard frame.
Last week, I flew down to Chile to spend a week at Ski Portillo, arguably South America’s most iconic ski area. Surrounded by tall Andean peaks, sitting next to the much-photographed Laguna del Inca, and home to the iconic Super C Couloir, it’s a bucket-list spot for many of us in North America who are not-so-patiently awaiting the return of winter.
A 20-year fight between energy and environmental interests over some of the country's last undammed rivers has finally come to a close
Stunt woman Roberta Mancino jumped from 15,000 feet in a wingsuit over the Villarrica volcano, one of Chile's most active volcanoes
"When I was a little child, I never imagined there could be so much water in the mist."
Our new 'Play Now' series highlights an epic POV clip so you can get in on the action even when you're stuck behind a desk.
South America quickly became the focus of the ski world when a possible record breaking storm—think nearly 20 feet of powder—popped up on the radar late this summer. Photographer Liam Doran was there.
Spring in South America means snow, whitewater, and adventure everywhere you look
Volcanic activity in and around Patagonia could mean clogged streams and animal deaths, but experts say the region should bounce back quickly.
Former reality-show skipper Chris Fischer has revolutionized shark science—with a daring system for catching the beasts alive and a radical new research-funding model. During an expedition off the coast of Chile that was interrupted by an undersea earthquake, our man wonders if this guy is the next Cousteau or a corporate-sponsored hype machine.