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Lo Phong La Kiatoukaysy, a.k.a. Lil’ Buddha, started thru-hiking America’s trails after 9/11. He hasn’t stopped yet.

Getting heckled by construction workers and definitely not crying: a New York City Marathon retrospective

Knowledgeable and friendly rangers aren’t just found in our national parks

Salty, snackable, environmentally friendly, and nutritionally dense, kelp could be appearing in a CSA near you

Will Trials of Miles’ scrappy approach work after COVID? 

If you’re worried about how the current campsite and rental-car shortages are going to impact your summer travels, consider these options. We’ve rounded up our favorite companies in six cities, plus the itineraries to test them out on.

Riding bikes is easy. Keeping bikes is the hard part.

For journalist Neil King, there’s never been a better time to reflect on the nation’s fraught history

Permits, education, and increased fees are all on the table as possible solutions

From cork floors to wool insulation, here’s what you need to build out an environmentally responsible rig

The new Ted Corbitt Loop is great, but we still need a Ted Corbitt ultra

In an excerpt from his new book 'Beginners: The Joy and Transformative Power of Lifelong Learning,' Outside contributing editor Tom Vanderbilt takes up surfing as part of an experiment to learn new skills as an adult and discover the benefits of being a grown-up novice

Brooklyn Boulders said it provided "climbing and community for all." Employees said that couldn't be further from the truth. Now the company is rolling out a series of changes to work toward its DEI goals.

Many backcountry huts are now available as private rentals, so you and your pod can have the entire place for yourselves. From Maine to Washington, here are a few of our favorites.

In this new alien invasion comedy, a relaxing vacation in the woods takes an unexpected turn

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