He was the alpha male of the first pack to live in Oregon since 1947. For years, a state biologist tracked him, collared him, counted his pups, weighed him, photographed him, and protected him. But then the animal known as OR4 broke one too many rules.
Wildfires have burned more than a million acres in the northern Rockies—and it could get even worse
An artistic tribute to one of our National Parks.
These summer cabins can help you have one of the best weekends of your summer
Because the best brewers know: good beer starts at the source
America will soon be treated to its first total solar eclipse in decades. Here's where to see it.
Our gear writer has a love affair with this vessel—and if you think it's just about the beer, you'd be dead wrong
The Oxx CoffeeBoxx is insanely durable, but we weren't wowed by its coffee
Photographer and filmmaker Jay Worsley knows it's hard to find undiscovered places in this world yet that hasn't stopped him from trying.
Gary Rall opened a rock gym 29 years ago. Then he helped invent indoor climbing.
Obama was supposed to safeguard Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands with a National Monument designation, but when that didn’t happen, its supporters were left wondering. What’s next?
As any backcountry skier knows, your dog will cover about three times as much vertical as you.
For the past two decades, the website LetsRun.com has straddled the lines between gossip, investigative reporting, and hardcore training advice, angering Nike, USA Track and Field, and traditional media in the process. Charles Bethea joined them at the 2016 Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon, to figure out how they’ve managed to become the most important, and controversial, outlet in competitive running.
Enter the wild mustangs. For more than a decade, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has worked with inmates in the Nevada Department of Corrections to train these horses for adoption. This spring, managers of Hells Canyon and Eagle Cap Wilderness areas approached the BLM about using the mustangs on their trail crew. (The Wild Horse and Burro Act allows for exchange of horses between federal agencies.) Last spring, 11 mustangs joined the Eagle Cap Ranger District herd.
The final holdout at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge occupation earlier this year wasn't a dyed-in-the-wool rancher or hardened militiaman. He was a young, half-Japanese kid from the Midwest who had no affiliation with the Bundy brothers or the Patriot movement. This is why David Fry drove across the country to join a group of extremists he'd never met.
In our ongoing Weekly Escape series, we aim to transport you from your desk to an incredible place in 2 minutes or less.
For the folks at Base Camp Brewing, the 'Location Series' is a way to revisit the natural places that inspire their beer.