A decade after 'Born to Run' made them famous, anthropologists take another look
What a locked-down Outside travel editor has been making to eat her way around the world during the pandemic
The best documentaries from this year's film festivals look at quixotic quests and devastating disasters
Argeo Cruz ran the standard. But he had a much tougher obstacle to contend with.
Some bucket-list destinations will be more budget-friendly than ever this year. Here's where to go to make your dollar stretch.
Hotel Rodavento in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, serves up an entrancing mix of downtime and adrenaline
Heed this expert advice before you cancel a flight or abandon a dream destination
On November 27, Brad Gobright died in Potrero Chico, Mexico. He was 31.
We drove to Mexico and filled our thermoses with margaritas (for gear testing)
Catch the great southerly migration with North America's top birding enthusiasts
From remote wilderness resorts to a ski-in, ski-out hotel, these properties care as much about environmental practices as they do guest amenities
If you're interested in disaster tourism, these places are packed with adventures and need your dollars more than ever before
Baja's right-hand point breaks are what surfer Allesandro Ponzanelli was after during the shooting of 'The Guero'
Spending a night in paradise doesn’t have to cost as much as a month’s rent back home
The Gila is America’s most endangered river. What do we stand to lose if it disappears thanks to climate change and overuse?
'The River and the Wall' chronicles an intense journey down the Rio Grande, bearing witness to the ecosystems and livelihoods along the U.S.-Mexico border
Meet the daredevils who crossed from the Santa Elena Canyon to Big Bend National Park to make a point about unity and trust
Our favorite places to live could look a lot different in 2080, according to a new study
A new documentary, 'Sea of Shadows,' highlights the work of Andrea Crosta, whose team infiltrates cartels and gangs to fight illegal wildlife trafficking around the world
The 34-year-old from North Carolina hasn't been heard from in more than a week
If you're still using ground beef, you've got a lot to learn
Many of the people disqualified last week cut the course for the commemorative medal
After six months and 2,000 miles of hiking, Tenny Ostrem and Claire Wernstedt-Lynch finally reached the Gulf of Mexico
Doce Dias is a recap of Mexi Log Fest in La Saladita, Mexico which celebrates longboarding and its unique laid-back lifestyle.
And we better get used to it
Kaitlyn Boyle smashed the women's record for the AZT300, while Kurt Refsnider reclaimed the record for the 760-mile AZTR
EnergyNet, an online auction company from Amarillo, Texas, is set to make a fortune from oil and gas leases under the Trump administration. And good luck finding a way to protest.
We know a thing or two about the Southwest—our offices are located in Santa Fe, after all. So trust us when we say that these radar-ducking adventures are full of hidden rivers and otherworldly canyons. Just don’t pass it on.
Giving disaster-struck communities the ability to produce their own clean water
A new nonfiction book by Ted Genoways looks at the complex argument over how best to grow food in America, told from the farmer's perspective. Another good read explores how a drug kingpin made millions breeding horses.
Working as a reporter in Central America, I've gotten used to men asking if I'm married and offering unsolicited advice about how to live my life. While it's usually framed in some well-intentioned way, the subtext has been obvious: If you're a woman, you shouldn't be traveling alone.
Mexico’s Wild West is best seen from two wheels
Wandering the Sonoran Desert in search of the chiltepin—the ancestor to domesticated chile peppers—with MacArthur genius Gary Paul Nabhan
After 'Born to Run' introduced the world to the Tarahumara people and the healthful chia that grows on their land, they may have found a way to turn the seeds into economic stability
Take your pick from yoga retreats in Tulum, farm-to-table bounty in Baja, Pacific surf, and tequila from the source in Guadalajara
In Guadalajara, mariachi echoes through the streets, tacos are a staple provision, and barrels of tequila are made at the nearby Patrón Hacienda.