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Kona? Out. St. George? In. Instead of the Big Island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, triathlon’s Big Show will take place in southwestern Utah.

There are lots of ways to find your running potential. These tips may not be helpful in that process.

The Colorado resort is just one of the many now charging for uphill access. Is this the new norm?

Aging doesn’t mean you have to stop getting stronger. Here we’ve provided training tips for continued improvement.

This bike is a big alloy coil-sprung 29er for those who don’t like big alloy coil-sprung 29ers (and also for those who do, too)

When Drew Hulsey started climbing, he weighed 300 pounds and wondered if the ropes would hold. He found out that they would, and found a community that embraced him. Now he sets an example that inspires others to join him.

The access gate atop the Ninety-Nine 90 chairlift offered some of the easiest access to sidecountry terrain, which the resort argued was a big part of the problem

In order to achieve his first UTMB win, the American ultrarunning star is taking a whole new approach: rest

Everything you need to know about the Collins Cup, who could win the first-ever event, how it works, and what the broadcast will look like

Hiking is for everyone—but as Kara Richardson Whitely, a.k.a. Mama Kubwa, discovered, not everyone has gotten the memo

Endurance-science experts explain the world record holder’s incredible marathon dominance

Hunters and anglers say other outdoor users need to step up as the costs of conservation skyrocket

The cost of your backpacking tent shouldn’t keep you awake at night. These double-wall, two-person shelters are all $300 or less, and will put your mind—and body—at ease with their dialed combinations of performance and price.

News of the death was announced during the race’s awards ceremony Sunday, and some athletes held a moment of silence for the deceased rider

Those instructions on the brownie box? Feel free to ignore them. This simple technique will get you a chocolatey dessert in just a few minutes.

Katie Compton has said she never intentionally or knowingly took a banned substance after the USADA issued her a four-year ban

Injury forces ultra legend Scott Jurek off the trail

Fifteen riders and five alternates have been selected to compete in the 20th year of the big-mountain freeride competition in Virgin, Utah

Ski-town restaurants are in dire need of workers, but ongoing housing crises are making it impossible for staff to live where they work

No runner has ever won the 5,000-meter, 1,500-meter, and 10,000-meter treble at the same Olympics. But there have been other memorable distance triples and doubles.

A lot of the world’s top climbers won’t be in the Olympics. Here’s why.

Bus 142 spent 60 years sitting in the Alaskan backcountry and saw thousands of visitors before it ended up at the Museum of the North in Fairbanks. Now a team of conservators, students, and volunteers face the challenge ahead.

Grizzly and black bears have killed five people in North America over the last five months. Is this cause for concern?

These are the best climbing movies on Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ right now

Because sometimes, you just want to get away from it all

No two waterfalls are exactly alike, but these will always capture our imagination

That shiny sheet of plastic you have wadded up at the bottom of your daypack can help you stay alive. Will it help you stay comfortable? That’s a different story.

The Metolius anchor draw held up surprisingly well in our field testing

History tells us why skiing—and the outdoors in general—lacks diversity. Thanks to the work of dedicated groups, this is slowly changing.

When an oil company targeted the North Face with a tongue-in-cheek marketing campaign accusing the brand of hypocritical climate activism, it served as a reminder of the contentious—yet partially codependent—relationship between the outdoor and fossil fuel industries

As events as big as the Olympic Trials get rescheduled because of heat, we went to the science to find out how you should decide when it is too hot to run safely

The Colorado-based provider of active-lifestyle content and services has expanded its portfolio again, bringing on three new cycling brands

Exercise may not be enough to make up for thru-hikers’ bad diets, a new paper suggests

Despite warnings, rules, and common sense, tourists in Yellowstone keep approaching bears and bison.

The former Harvard rower is making the most of a six-month sabbatical from his new job at Zwift

A few choice words on how to not be an A-hole on the trail

Every woman who hikes has been the target of mansplaining—and outdoor writers and editors are no exception

Hiking can be a blast, but it won’t be if you're struggling every few feet. Here’s how to get ready for trekking, from easy day hikes to the longest thru-hikes in the world.

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