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In 2020, the coronavirus gave the tallest mountain on earth a rest. But climbers from all over are itching to go back.

These fun and inspiring ideas will bring the world to the travelers on your list—and help out those working in the travel industry who've been hard hit by the pandemic

Elise Wortley is replicating the achievements of historical female adventurers, wearing only the gear that would have been available to them at the time

If you're taking this time to reassess your career or set some new adventure goals, here are four affordable courses to add to your list

Nick Giacomini went from being a Bay Area burnout to a yoga celebrity. His career is also a window into long-standing debates about yoga and cultural appropriation in the U.S.

With a résumé full of wins at kayaking's most prestigious competitions and historic first descents of the planet's deadliest whitewater, Nouria Newman is considered one of the greatest paddlers around. So why can't she turn her passion into a sustainable career?

A week of running rivers around Voss, Norway, with French kayaking sensation Nouria Newman and her buddies

Extend that layover—these megacities have plenty of outdoor activities within an hour or two of downtown

There have been countless reports denouncing travel in the fight against climate change. This environmentalist thinks you should consider the bigger picture.

On October 6, Nabongo became the first documented black woman and first Ugandan to travel to every sovereign nation. Here’s what she learned along the way.

A new book showcases the globe-trotting work of a photographer whose life mission is to document masks from endangered cultures

Over the past ten years, more than 160 Tibetans have committed self-immolation—the act of setting yourself on fire—to protest Chinese occupation of their country. Has this had any lasting effect? In an extraordinary journey to Dharamsala, India, the center of Tibetan culture in exile, a journalist and a scholar talk to family members about the meaning and costs of the ultimate political sacrifice.

More than 75 years ago, ancient remains of hundreds of people were found in a Himalayan lake. Scientists recently revealed more clues about where the people came from and how they could have died.

In the fall of 2018, the 26-year-old American missionary traveled to a remote speck of sand and jungle in the Indian Ocean, attempting to convert one of the planet's last uncontacted tribes to Christianity. The islanders killed him, and Chau was pilloried around the world as a deluded Christian supremacist who deserved to die. Alex Perry pieces together the life and death of a young adventurer driven to extremes by unshakable faith.

After a trip to Kilimanjaro with her father, Lilliana Libecki wanted to create a new way to give back

New research shows just how much global warming is eating away at the glaciers on the world’s highest peaks

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