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‘The Secret History,’ ‘Battle Royale,’ and the latest Sally Rooney novel

How Susan Orlean reported the classic Outside story about the surf girls of Maui

These five documentaries from the famed mountain film festival feature everything from daring ski descents to an adorable Alaskan husky

In ‘The Rescue,’ Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin capture the astonishing effort to find the boys’ soccer team that spent more than two weeks trapped in a cave

Steep lines and jaw-dropping stunts stand out in the annual film series’ latest entry

Outside TV and its 600+ hours of adventure films and television shows are now free with Outside+

For decades, many ski and snowboard films have excluded women and disabled and BIPOC athletes. ‘Mountain Revelations’ and ‘The Approach’ aim to bring new energy to the genre.

In which two bold but questionably sane adventurers actually do for reals what Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels only pretended to do

An athlete and adventurer wants to summit the world’s highest peaks while advocating for inclusivity in the world of outdoor recreation

Running nerds won’t learn anything new from ‘Kipchoge: The Last Milestone,’ but it’s still a feast for the eyes

Fiction by Colson Whitehead, a Tokyo 2020 video game, and a fascinating history of coyotes

As the number one female street skateboarder in the country, Duran hopes to inspire more people to try the sport

This year, three new adventure sports will make their debut in Tokyo. Prepare yourself for the action with these books, documentaries, and more.

‘The Great Pottery Throw Down,’ an eye-opening anthology about climate change, and an Oscar-winning film starring Mads Mikkelsen

If you can’t make the in-person showings in Colorado, you can stream these new adventure films from your living room

How the climbing phenom works to equalize entry for young climbers

‘Nike’s Big Bet’ argues that the banned coach is too important to the company’s image

The North Face’s new Explore Fund Council, led by Jimmy Chin and Lena Waithe, has big plans—and a big budget—to make the outdoors more inclusive

The bestselling author’s latest novel was informed by years of researching the history of female aviation and traveling to far-flung places

It’s the perfect size to haul around but still packs a big optical punch

When Sanni McCandless started dating legendary climber Alex Honnold, she never expected that millions of people would soon be watching her relationship on screen

‘The Good Lord Bird,’ Mary Ruefle, and a podcast that breaks down the Olivia Rodrigo power ballad ‘Driver’s License’

How the team behind David Attenborough’s new Netflix series captured a fight sequence between two poison dart frogs

Snowboarders from Fukushima, Japan, rely on the outdoor community for a sense of normalcy after the natural and nuclear disasters of 2011

A tragedy forced Savannah Cummins to come to terms with the fact that doing what she loves means putting lives in danger

‘Girls Gotta Eat Dirt’ isn’t your typical #inspirational stoke video

This week’s episode of HBO’s ‘Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel’ offers raw scenes from the infamous race

Marine biologists aren’t impressed with Netflix’s hit documentary on ocean conservation. They recommended some other films on the subject for us.

A new ruling calls into question previous regulations and norms around film and photography on these spaces

Immerse yourself in stories about one of Bimini’s best bonefish guides, and meet a cast of Aussies exploring an outpost in French Polynesia

The untold story of why a generation of dreamers abandoned promising lives to deliver pizza and chase their wildest powder dreams

In a new documentary from director Caroline Treadway, athletes like Emily Harrington and Kai Lightner open up about their path to recovery

The books, films, music, and more that our editors couldn’t stop talking about

The legendary filmmaker pioneered the stoke film and helped create skiing’s counterculture, but ‘Ski Bum’ on Discovery+ shows how his life behind the scenes was anything but easy

In 1967, Marlon Brando bought a tiny atoll near Tahiti with the aim of preserving it as a tropical paradise. That effort continues, supported by a resort where Beyoncé, Obama, and other big shots chill next to a stunning private lagoon. Hampton Sides went there to meet with scientists and splash around an eco-fantasy island.

How to embrace tough situations and use them in your favor

Chloé Zhao’s new film follows a baby boomer who moves into her van after the Great Recession

The books, movies, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

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