Because demoing bikes and gear, exploring great locations, and celebrating afterward with new friends, craft beer, and music is way more fun than riding alone

'Thru' tracks the traverse of two thru-hikers on Lions Head Ridge in Idaho, an unforgiving part of their hike

You can soak and stay at these rad spots

The ranch​​​​​​​ of Henry's Fork, Idaho, is where anglers come to test their dry fly-fishing abilities

'Golden' spotlights eagle biologist Caitlin Davis in her natural habitat—at the top of a cliff face strapped into a harness

From searching for Bigfoot in Ohio to drinking snake blood in China, these are the best and strangest Outside tales

Crews carry your gear and provide meals and campsites as you cruise through some of America's most scenic back roads

The definitive guide, built upon real-world experience

Ski season is far from over. Here's how to squeeze in one more epic trip without breaking the bank.

Two hunters set off in a raft to hunt for rutting mule deer bucks in Idaho’s famed Frank Church Wilderness.

‘The Fire That Saved Sun Valley’ features a backcountry ski guide​​ as he makes peace with a natural disaster

Two hikers just set the only known times on the country's newest state-spanning trail system

In Cascade, Idaho there’s a family of whitewater paddlers continuously training for the north fork of the Payette River.

If you thought this was just another trout fishing video, think again

If she wins tomorrow, the 38-year-old Democrat would become the country's first Native American governor. Can a moderate still win in Trump's America? Idaho is about to find out.

Plus: one private island bungalow worth the splurge

Thanks to massive powder conditions, Wolf Creek will be the first ski area to open this season. Here's what you need to know, plus the resorts we think could be turning chairlifts next.

Idaho issued only a single bear tag, but conservationists are still concerned about the consequences of picking off just one bear in a state that has played an outsize role in grizzly management

Shred for the South Fork follows nine whitewater paddlers on an overnight trip down the South Fork of the Salmon River.

In wildlife management areas, hikers can glimpse animals in their natural, pristine habitat while getting off the beaten path

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