In the wake of a bizarre physical attack and the death of her father, Katie Arnold felt paralyzed by the anxieties of parenthood and being a woman alone in the wilderness. She got through it the same way she’d always done, by lacing up and hitting the trail. An exclusive excerpt from her new memoir, Running Home.
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The host of the podcast 'Wild Ideas Worth Living' will put out her 100th episode this spring. Here she tells how she got into the podcast business.
Sometimes dying in the mountains is just the luck of the draw
In 2017, the Trump administration announced that it was shrinking the iconic Utah national monument by nearly 50 percent. Leath Tonino devised a sketchy 200-mile solo desert trek, following the path of the legendary cartographer who literally put these contentious canyons on the map.
Here's where the pioneering skier sends it when she's not shredding the backcountry
We don't want to hear about the time your dog did a fourteener. Mera, recently renamed Baru, made the first canine ascent of Nepal's 23,389-foot Baruntse in November 2018.
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Pro tip: have two of everything
The oldest woman to swim the English Channel wants to continue knocking off marathon swims into her 80s
I mean, damn, is it too much to ask for some room on the armrest?
It's the world's most convenient workout. And the possibilities are endless.
Keep these lighting and composition tips in mind the next time you take your camera for a walk
Behind the Herculean effort to create a scientifically accurate cartographic masterpiece
You are the mountain's disciple
Oranges, ginger, garlic, even chicken soup—most of our so-called cold-fighting foods don't do much for us when we're under the weather
After a mental-health breakdown, Mexia grew obsessed with plants in her fifties and became one of the early 20th century’s great botanical collectors
The professional ski mountaineer counts these titles among her all-time favorites
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The LiftOp Biggie is the rack we recommend to our friends
The first mass-produced, off-road-ready camper to be sold in the U.S. in decades is a winner
You're probably doing it wrong. And even if you aren't, it won't work anyway.
Robby Naish has made a career dominating one water sport after another
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After giving up competitive running, cycling, and triathlon, I bought a farm in Tennessee. I didn’t know at the time how challenging—and life-affirming—growing my own food would be.