Being rusty now doesn’t mean you’ll be rusty forever
The pandemic forced schools to teach outside. Many teachers, parents, and kids want to keep it that way.
Our senior editor’s foray into woodworking got off to a rough start
Can I cut switchbacks? What about smoking on the trail? And what do I do with all those rocks?
Your family’s next adventure begins when the sun goes down
What we learn from getting way, way outside our comfort zones
Master the shakedown for a smoother trek
Elevate your next outdoor sleepover with these genius tricks
We asked movers and shakers in different corners of the outdoor world about what people can do to make certain spaces and sports more welcoming for all
Need to add knot-tying skills to your life but don’t know where to start? Follow along with professional tree climber Waldo Etherington.
TikTok star Alexis Nikole Nelson says you don't have to live near the woods to gather your own meal. Here's how to get started.
This expert advice will help you get out of a rut and take your skills to a new level
Many students would rather be outside than stuck on Zoom all day—and most programs can't keep up with the surge in demand
Two friends abandoned promising careers to pursue a bold adventure. It went terribly wrong—but also right.
Two years ago, Latria Graham wrote an essay about the challenges of being Black in the outdoors. Countless readers reached out to her, asking for advice on how to stay safe in places where nonwhite people aren’t always welcome. She didn't write back, because she had no idea what to say. In the aftermath of a revolutionary spring and summer, she responds.
Creating a shelter in nature is fun, encourages creativity, and offers an emotional refuge from the pandemic
After a two-decade hiatus, the 'world's toughest race' returns at just the right moment—this time with Bear Grylls