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In ‘Leave No Trace’ father and daughter are forced out of long-term camping on public lands by social services.

What to do when you start dating someone who isn't ready to join you on dawn patrol?

From Orvis, The Motivator is a dedication from filmmaker Aaron Hitchins to his mother Maureen.

We answer your cohabitation and codependency questions this week

Trying to figure out how to show both of your dogs—with different energy levels—exactly how much you love them? We have answers to this dilemma and more in this week's lightning round.

Raphael Rogers and Kristin Gerhart are both filmmakers with a particular affinity for the outdoors.

And also, when to stop being a baby and learn to enjoy yourself

Because your Garmin can’t help you navigate your relationships

How to embrace the season (and your partner)

Plus, why first dates are scary (even for falconers), and how to overcome your nerves

Wedding photographers Northen Peak Productions are carving out a niche in their industry—adventure weddings.

Get ready for lawsuits. The five tribal nations that supported the formation of the monument say they will respond with legal action and continued collaboration.

And don't let anyone make you believe differently

Hate craft beer? Dogs? Urinary tract infections? We have answers to some of the most pressing outdoors issues.

From the North Face and Camp4 Collective, Life Coach follows climbers Alex Honnold and Renan Ozturk in The Ruth Gorge in Alaska.

It's no more dangerous than being a woman anywhere else in society. In fact, it may be safer.

Advice for taking a really, really long hike with your significant other

Why you can cut your mileage in half and still come out ahead

Outside's love guide answers your most pressing questions about dating, breakups, and everything in between. Today, we discuss how to make sure everyone has fun—from stoner to straightlaced, slow to speedy, risk-averse to reckless.

From Filmmakers Johny Mourgue and Simon Oxley 'Forwards Ever, Backwards Never' explores the kind of bravery it takes to overcome a lifelong fear.

Outside's love guide answers your most pressing questions about dating, breakups, and everything in between. Today, we discuss an argument on peeing, canoe custody after a breakup, and getting outside when depressed.

This film A Field Guide To Losing Your Friends is a collaboration between filmmaker Chad Clendinen and Dunning and earned itself a place in our piece 'The 10 Movies at Telluride Mountainfilm That We're Most Excited About.'

Outside's love guide answers your most pressing questions about dating, break-ups, and everything in between. Today, we discuss significant others who are scared of insects and intimacy.

'Every Other Day' is a film from The Noble Lab that shares the story of Rode Lewis who is a father and rancher in West Texas 180 miles outside of Ft. Stockton.

Husband and wife, Josh and Rachel set sail in November 2016 from Ventura, California. After spending 40 hard days doing boat maintenance, their boat Agape was ready for her maiden voyage.

Outside's love guide is here and answering your most pressing questions about dating, breakups, and everything in between. Today, we discuss the power of vulnerability.

Mike Dalton and his now-fiancé Emily made a pact in their relationship; travel somewhere new every year. On this trip to Portland, Oregon Dalton had a surprise in store; an engagement ring.

Outside's love guide is here—and answering your most pressing questions about dating, breakups, and everything in between. Today we discuss the marital pains of canned sardines, camp-friendly alternatives to engagement rings, and dating in a van.

But years of trying to keep up with her has made me a much better runner

Outside's love guide is here—and answering your most pressing questions about dating, breakups, and everything in between. Today, we discuss being unable to hang on a running date and when it's okay to snot-rocket in front of your beloved.

Be good to the runner in your life

Outside's love guide is here—and answering your most pressing questions about dating, break-ups, and everything in between. Today, we look at a gear-obsessed boyfriend, staying safe as a queer person while camping, and cheesy outdoor proposals.

The relationship will offer some healthy perspective on your obsession, but it will also make you feel like a lunatic

Couples who ski together stay together, right? But even if neither of you will ever click into a pair of bindings, you can learn from these eight dating tips.

Our writer went searching for love on skis and rejected just two snowboarders in the process

Our hard-earned lessons (clean up the van before a first date) and the advice we still stand by (sex in a portaledge—great idea!)

Love is in the air. So get out there.

She rips like Julia Mancuso. You ski blue runs. So is the relationship doomed? Dr. Eric weighs in on “Skills Deficit Syndrome” and other perils of extreme love.