My DIY exposure therapy didn't work
Notoriously crowded beaches, national parks, and other classic travel destinations are now vacant and quiet. See the difference in these before and after COVID-19-shutdown photos.
COVID-19 is going to limit and slow relief—and increase the importance of personal preparedness
As most of the world stays indoors for days on end, we're all feeling varying degrees of cabin fever. Here's how to make sure you come out of it OK.
Brittany Griffith says now is the perfect time to have some fun with your diet
Flanagan, a 2:28-marathoner, details a week of workouts during her pandemic-era base training.
A quarantine against the world worked once for the Gunnison Valley. Can it again?
In his new book, writer Mark O'Connell explores what our anxieties about the future say about our precarious present
Help keep trails open by not abusing them
Sorry, but there's almost no way to do this responsibly and safely right now
I watched 40-plus hours of thru-hiking vlogs. These are the ones that are worth your time.
What a 4,000-mile expedition with her husband taught Caroline Van Hemert, author of 'The Sun Is a Compass,' about navigating a relationship in close quarters
The American Mountain Guides Association published tips on how outdoor professionals can use "psychological first aid" to stay mentally healthy during these challenging times. But the advice is useful for all of us during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Last week a paper suggested that runners and cyclists need much more than six feet. The report went viral, and backlash ensued. But there was some legitimate science behind the claims.
Caledonia Spirits would normally be making booze, but it found a better way to help in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Other distilleries around the country are switching things up, too.
This year's most at-risk rivers, the Lower Missouri and Upper Mississippi, provide water for millions of people in the Midwest
Keeping things fresh is the name of the game
But you still need to avoid others as best as you can
Stop worrying about weight gain. The pandemic gives you enough to think about.
From outdoor games to travel-inspired activities, there's a world of adventure waiting for young ones right in your backyard
Lessons from Wendell Berry, Wallace Stegner, and my neighborhood trees
Flouting the law is in our blood, but for the time being, caution equals caring
Instead of figuring out what to do about the 2020 race, organizers should start planning for next year and use the opportunity to finally create a true women's Tour de France. Here's how it could work.
The architect Charles Bello has spent the past 52 years restoring forests from logging and protecting the land on his 400-acre Bello Ranch in Northern California. Here's what he's learned along the way.
From protective equipment to hand sanitizer to donations, here's how gear producers are helping to slow the spread of the virus
From polar explorer Eric Larsen to rock climber Sasha DiGiulian, here's what adventurers are doing with their downtime
Tricks to making your home workout as easy—and productive—as possible
5 challenging core and glute exercises you can do at home using common household items.
It’s an isolated struggle against an invisible adversary for an indefinite amount of time. Sound familiar?
'Shred It in Place' explores how iconic, untouched routes like the Kitchen Traverse can make this time just a little more bearable
With a return to racing nowhere in sight, a coach suggests ways to keep your running on a long-term upward trajectory.
Think vanlifers have a unique advantage during a pandemic? Think again.
Build explosive power with this simple routine from professional athlete Braydon Bringhurst
You're taking the virus seriously, but someone in your household is still grabbing beers with buddies. Here's how to handle it.
Four recent books explore other moments in the past 100 years when global events intersected with the Games
A lesson in perspective
Get these products for a future trip and their companies will give back to those most affected by the COVID-19 outbreak
In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many governments have cracked down on the world's most elemental sport
Sitting all day wreaks havoc on the body. Here's how to reset and recenter.
Last week the snow-sports world was arguing over whether or not chairlifts should be running during the coronavirus crisis. Now it's donating goggles to hospitals in need.
The economic catastrophe resulting from COVID-19 will have surprising and lasting impacts—good and bad—on endangered wildlife
Seven employees have tested positive for the virus, even while the parks have no entrance fees, are short on staff, and are overwhelmed by visitors. Sound familiar?
If you haven't ever baked a loaf, or haven't baked one since that time you tried it in college, it’s time to try again. Here's some expert advice to help you get started.
How to stay healthy—and maintain sanity—while you're social-distancing
Jeremiah Bishop is still riding strong and staying healthy without a spring race schedule
Is it tone-deaf to talk about climate right now? Or is this an opportunity to tackle major global problems in tandem?
Satire: In desperate need of provisions before the coronavirus hit her area, Eva Holland set out on a journey—alone and unsupported
A harrowing backcountry rescue at 11,000 feet exposes the precarious situation first responders are in thanks to the coronavirus pandemic
Flatten the curve, skip the group ride, and head for the hills solo—it'll do wonders for your body and mind
Social distancing is a prime opportunity to discover the nature in our own backyards and redefine our idea of what's wild