What makes a queer person choose to live in an outdoorsy hot spot instead of an urban gayborhood?
The actor’s nature show, now streaming on Disney+, offers a welcome update to a familiar format
The podcast ‘FOGO’ captures a comedian’s quest to discover what she’s been missing in the outdoors
When Maggie Shipstead set out to report on women-only expedition travel, she was driven by a desire to learn new skills in a low-bro-factor environment. But six days exploring Alaska with the state’s first woman-owned adventure outfitter turned out to be regenerative in ways she didn’t expect.
In the UST film ‘This Is My Story: Tony Galbreath II,’ Galbreath shares what it’s like being a Black man in a managerial role in the outdoor industry today
What started as a Instagram account has boomed into a community of Muslim hikers taking on trails around the world
Florida’s Ocala National Forest is the oldest national forest in the eastern United States. This stunning footage will convince you to visit.
Ivy Le’s wildy funny take on adventure entertainment might just shift the conversation on who belongs in the outdoors
The forest is a sight to behold when the vibrant foliage is on full display
On the complicated experience of seeing Japanese wellness practices exoticized in the West
The grandeur of the Great Salt Lake stopped Brigham Young in his tracks and inspired John Muir to jump in for a swim. Yet now it’s in danger of disappearing, sucked dry by agriculture, climate change, and suburban lawns. Many Utahns would just as soon pave it, but as Bill Gifford learned during a yearlong exploration, there’s beauty and natural splendor here that deserves to live on.
The acclaimed author’s latest release is the October pick for the Outside Book Club. We spoke with him about the book, climate anxiety, and the father-son relationship
What a witches’ year taught me about our relationship to wild places
Pursue your favorite activities with color-coded trails in Gaia GPS’s U.S. Forest Service roads and trails layer
Patagonia recently updated the Willard Bascom classic ‘Waves and Beaches’
Dreaming of where to tri next? These picturesque races offer a reason to gawk at the surroundings of the world’s most scenic triathlons while you swim, bike, and run.
Honest-to-God advice on how to enjoy nature, from an actor-comedian-author-canoe-builder who grew up on a farm and takes rock stars rafting
Through the moving story of a widowed astrobiologist and his unusual son, ‘Bewilderment’ addresses our apathy in the face of environmental disaster
Oregon voters have opened the door to treating mental illness with substances like ketamine and psilocybin. In a peek at the future, our seeker attends a backwoods retreat where patients get help from a powerful combination of drugs and the outdoors.
After a terrible diagnosis forced me to slow down, I learned how to relate differently to the wild—and myself.
Many Canadians think old-growth forests are protected from logging. Turns out, Indigenous people and a scrappy band of activists called the Rainforest Flying Squad are all that stands between Vancouver Island’s last old growth and logging companies.
“I would contend that stupid behavior is sometimes the proper response to stupid laws”
The singer-songwriter’s latest album shows that getting away from it all isn’t easy—especially when you’re a pop superstar
The pandemic forced schools to teach outside. Many teachers, parents, and kids want to keep it that way.