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Notes from an intentional ski expedition on a new frontier.
How to deal with death, injury, and loss, and why the tough-guy culture of the mountains is so toxic to healing.
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At a dark moment in his childhood, the actor found belonging when he buried himself beneath the snow
When her son was jailed for a crime he didn’t commit, the former legislator dealt with her pain in isolation. A powerful experience in nature spurred her to turn to her community for support.
My sport is a huge part of my identity, but I’m not as good as I hoped I’d be. What if this is my peak?
There are limits to what your sign says about you.
New studies confirm that spending time outside can ease physical symptoms
We asked experts what to consider before you hit the pavement
An argument in favor of catching sunrises, running errands, and talking with your friends face-to-face
5 tips to help you feel less critical and embrace your body
Therapy on the hiking trail couldn’t fix the new normal of Oregon wildfire season, but could it help me grapple with it?
After a grapefruit-size cancerous tumor nearly killed her, the physician committed to spending as much time as possible doing what she loves most
In a time when people are more attached to their devices than ever, getting outside has never been more vital to our happiness and wellbeing.
It was a tribute to being human
Experts weigh in on whether your period ought to have a say in your workouts
Hydration isn’t just for race day. The latest science shows that it not only makes you feel better and stronger today, but is key to a long and healthy life.
Meditations on radical incrementalism for the adventurer
She was one of the world’s best big-mountain freeskiers—and then, suddenly, she decided she was done
One yoga teacher immersed herself in freezing water for 31 days. Here’s her advice for how you can do it, too.
Deep meditations in the woods? Yes please.
Research makes a strong case for taking your practice into the wild as the weather warms—or at least your backyard
A slow walk through the woods has psychological and physiological benefits—and it could teach you a few things about hiking, too.
Learn about the benefits of being properly hydrated daily
Exploring how the simple act of spending time outside can solve so many of life’s problems
I was forced to tap into my muscles, mind, and breath
COVID-19 lockdowns were critical for preventing the spread of the virus, but the isolation also took a toll on the strength of our immune systems. Plus: smart ways to stay healthy next time you get on a plane.
When one of the world’s best crack climbers was grounded by chronic fatigue syndrome—a mysterious illness with disabling symptoms that can include a mix of confusion, headaches, and sensory overload—his life became an uphill struggle just to feel human again.
All that hiking, biking, and climbing can take a toll on more than your quads
After suffering a brutal accident while on a kite-skiing expedition expedition in Patagonia, Jim Harris’s painstaking recovery took a sudden leap forward when he had an experience with magic mushrooms
When Leo Babler was born with a rare and deadly genetic disorder, his parents reshaped their lives, moving to the mountains, building out an adventure van, and making sure their son experienced the most beautiful wild places in the country during the time they had
Because a healthy pelvic floor is, well, essential
Yogi Bryan explains what you can try anytime your anxiety becomes overwhelming
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Whether you’re determined to embrace a healthier diet or finally ride that mountain bike you bought during the pandemic, wellness-focused getaways can help bring those good intentions to fruition. Here are awesome travel-focused ideas designed to do just that.
For a community of hardy souls in Maine, there’s no better way to feel fully alive in winter than immersing yourself in the frigid Atlantic
Healthy habits are hard to maintain. We sent five writers on long-overdue quests for self-improvement.
I love to cook, but finding time to make dinner remains a challenge. I figured it was time for an assist.
After years of infinite scrolling, it was time for a drastic intervention
A working mom's experiment with forced midday snoozes
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If not now, when?
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Consider these our anti–New Year’s resolutions
The recovery revolution will continue to boom, as will our collective enthusiasm for women’s sports
Healthy living as seen in the Swiss Alps
If the wellness industry doesn’t prioritize the health of the environment, is it really looking out for yours?
From stunning alpine routes to the environments where high-altitude herbs thrive, tap into the healing power of nature in the mountains of Switzerland
A simple sequence of stretches that all but ensure a proper night’s rest
In a post-pandemic world, workers are demanding remote flexibility, more time off, and generous health benefits. These are the companies meeting that bar and more, while encouraging their employees to live an active lifestyle and allowing them to achieve a healthy work-life balance.
After becoming paralyzed from the chest down, the mountain athlete found an unlikely ally in recovery: psychedelics
Try this sequence to counteract physical effects of desk work and to reset your mind
Instead of putting pen to paper, consider audio journaling as an alternative method of reflection
After suffering a nervous breakdown, mountain-bike photographer Matt Wragg received a surprising opinion from his psychologist
A good cry can be therapeutic and can even better connect you with others. Let’s stop shaming it.
Wellness trends often rely on catchy jargon, complex methods for optimizing health and fitness, and unsustainable practices. Our health columnist believes that simpler is usually better when it comes to developing a routine.
If we remain curious instead of ashamed of our tears, crying can inform us of our true feelings when we’re adventuring outdoors
In an excerpt from her new book, “The Gospel of Wellness,” Rina Raphael explains the broader cultural shift that's made some fitness classes feel like church