With the summer high season wrapping up, a variety of national parks are doing away with timed-entry and reservation rules for the next few months
USA Cycling traditionally selects pro road racers for the world road championships. But Swenson earned a spot with his success in gravel events.
The eight-mile gondola connecting Salt Lake City to Alta and Snowbird would be the longest in the world
Since 2007, Paradox Sports has run climbing trips, community nights, and training programs for veterans and adaptive athletes
Here’s what we know about the Mosquito Fire, how local communities are being affected, and what Western States 100 race organizers are doing to respond
Joe “Kanga” Harvey was last seen heading toward the Connecticut River, where his body was later retrieved
The veteran hiker takes us through his three-day attempt, which saw him battle bladder problems and extreme exhaustion
The retired fighter compares the two sports, and sheds light on his new multi-sport training regimen
Jeff Long led a world-class team to climb the uncharted west face of Makalu. The attempt failed, and he was held responsible for an illegal act by an ousted member.
Editors list the bold and bizarre items they’ve stuffed into a backpack for a trip to the woods
The Granite State has the right to bill hikers for the cost of their rescue, if officials deem them to be reckless in the outdoors
The Australian pro is using the ride to raise funds for the family of Kangangi, who died in August while racing the Vermont Overland gravel race
The tragedy is a reminder to be careful when using camping stoves in enclosed areas
Founder Aliya Barnwell explains how her youth cycling camp teaches kids how to love riding in the Big Apple
Barrett was charged following an investigation by the U.S. Park Service
Kangangi was in the United States to participate in multiple off-road events with his Team Amani squad
Lessons learned during a stroll through London’s narrow streets and soaring parks
Rescuers say Jetal Agnihotri, 29, died after being swept away by flash floods on Friday
Contributor Megan Starich discovered that her outdoor passion wasn't the key to recovery. Slow, uncomfortable, and often nonlinear healing was.
Lightweight and versatile, a grilling skillet will give you that smoky, just-off-the-grill flavor—both outdoors and indoors
Park Service officials believe the human remains are connected to a death that occurred near the Abyss Pool hot springs on July 31
A group of researchers from University of California at Irvine investigated the link between SAR incidents, park visitation, and Twitter posts. Their conclusions could inform how hikers portray their own adventures—and view those of others—online.
From cheese to leafy greens, serve something unexpected at your next barbecue
Guides and rescue personnel are trying to understand the disasters that occurred on the volcanic peaks of Carihuairazo, Cayambe, and Illiniza Sur over the weekend
New Zealand student Anna Parsons broke nearly every major bone in her body in a fall in Yosemite National Park
The distance runner shaved more than two hours off the JMT’s previous fastest time
Winter has shown up big time in the Southern Hemisphere as ski resorts reopen to international travelers
Want to hike without crowds? See jaw-dropping vistas without torching your quads? Check out these dayhikes and backpacks.
From local favorites to tourist must-dos, these trails are the best of America's Finest City
In the third episode, climbers Emily Harrington and Adrian Ballinger ascend Kyrgyzstan’s Pik Slesova. The publicity around the expedition has shed light on the complexities of reporting big-wall attempts.
Officials at California’s Redwood National Park say visitors have caused damage to the tree and its surroundings
Plan accordingly, because these mountains all require reservations to hit the slopes in 2022
A 22-year-old man participating in an outdoor educator course was killed by a lightning strike in the Absaroka Mountains on Tuesday evening
TikTok is brimming with people who swear by the sound frequency for improved concentration and a sense of calm. We spoke to sleep and psychology experts to find out what the science says about the brown-noise trend.
Driven by closures and new parking rules, Colorado’s highest peaks saw a precipitous drop in hiker visits from 2020 to 2021
Sean Allen, 38, went missing in mid-July after hiking alone. Friends remember him as driven and “very calm in the mountains.”
Hatchets, saws, and axes have a place—and it’s not in the backcountry
The freestyle skier was named Breakthrough Athlete of 2022, and doofuses on social media couldn’t contain their anger
The greatest of all time may not hold the lead until the final stage. But she’s loving every minute in the yellow jersey.
More and more people are measuring their heart-rate variability using fitness trackers—and seeing those HRV numbers plummet after a few drinks the night before
Turns out you can carve fresh snow in August. Put these Southern Hemisphere resorts on your bucket list.
During Thursday’s 18th stage, Jonas Vingegaard waited when his rival, Tadej Pogacar, crashed on a descent
Michael Charles Lombardo, 55, frequently walked the famed trail with his pet Chihuahua
A stage-by-stage breakdown of the race, which kicks off Sunday in Paris
Washington Commanders guard Wes Schweitzer says climbing has made him a better football player, but that’s not why he does it. He’s developed a passion for the sport, and plans to keep sending well after his playing days are over.
The Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run is back. Here’s what you need to know.
Adrien Niyonshuti hit the slopes of cycling’s most iconic climb on a hefty bicycle designed for carrying cargo in Africa
With 10 days of events, 1,900 athletes, and 200 countries represented, the World Championships will, without a doubt, be the most prestigious track meet held in the U.S. since the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta
Netflix, phone calls home, and a trip to the barber are just some activities that Tour de France riders will do on Monday’s rest day
In his latest VeloNews journal, American cyclist Neilson Powless explains what it was like to come agonizingly close to leading the world’s biggest bike race
If doping admissions and bans are the threshold, just one U.S. rider has ever worn yellow
Tour riders eat more food, race less, and train at altitude more frequently than ever before. Dutch team Jumbo-Visma takes us inside its preparation for the world’s biggest bike race.
A massive slide on Italy’s Marmolada glacier sent rocks and ice tumbling down on multiple groups of climbers
After 43 days on the run, the 34-year-old was booked into the Travis County, Texas, jail with a bail set at $3.5 million
The Tour de France took in the brutal and bumpy roads used by Paris-Roubaix on Wednesday
The American rider pens his second exclusive blog from the Tour de France for VeloNews
Several recent email submissions describing real-life blunders from the world of rock have left us extremely worried about some of you. No sharp objects near climbing ropes, please!
She didn’t seem up for the challenge—but her friend kept pushing her to keep soloing anyway
A new order from interior secretary Deb Haaland reverses a Trump-era policy that prevented national parks from banning plastic bottles
You don’t need to “get in shape” to enjoy hiking season. Here’s how to savor it from the start.