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From trails to post-ride tacos, the decorated Mountain Bike World Cup champ shares her favorite Northern California spots

After a crash, skier Roy Tuscany created the foundation to support other athletes who'd suffered life-changing injuries

From the Canadian Kootenay Rockies to Southwest hot springs, we found the most scenic stretches of road for epic summer adventures

You can set up your own, off-the-cuff version of summer camp in one of these stellar settings

‘Being Sherry McConkey’ profiles its namesake character in her pursuits as the founder of a nonprofit

Just as with mountain biking, it's important to pick the most efficient, safest way through technical terrain

In seasons with little snow, people make fewer trips to the mountains, which has a huge impact on local economies

Who knew state parks were this good?

With peak season in full swing, High Fives Foundation released this safety documentary explaining what can go wrong in the mountains.

The places you'll never be able to afford and the ones so welcoming, you can move in tomorrow

Tahoe is a sprawling place that encompasses ten resorts and chunks of two states, but the scene is centralized within South Lake Tahoe, where dive bars feed casinos that lead to nightclubs that empty back out into the casinos.

Your guide to North America's best skiing. Inbounds and out.

A new interactive guide makes it easier to get your post-workout buzz on

Stay on the famous lake and have cash to burn

Are we trolling here? Of course we are. But that’s not all we’re doing. As anyone who has ever downed a High Life in the shower knows, nude drinking is an excellent way to exercise free will while toasting our birthday-suited ancestors who drank fermented stag blood by moonlight. But…

The best bays, breaks, lakes, and rivers for learning the world’s fastest growing paddle sport

There's at least one major upside to the bursting of the real-estate bubble: The kind of adventure-ready second home you've always dreamed about is suddenly within reach. From mountain retreats to lakefront outposts to slopeside condos, here's your primer on where to invest for the long haul.

Go farther faster, stay out all day, and don't carry a thing (except your credit card) on these five perfect, three-day hiking and biking adventures

Most resorts never develop the cachet of Aspen, and many go bust. According to the National Ski Areas Association, more than 400 hills have shut down across the country in the past 30 years. But though the lifts may be gone, the cleared runs remain—untracked and there for the taking…