A recap of top stories for the week of Nov. 20 – 26, 2016.
This tiny-home neighborhood at 7,083 feet will soon be one of the largest in the country.
Patagonia makes an unprecedented move to combat the Black Friday frenzy.
Set up camp on top of your own personal adventure-mobile. These tips will get you started and help you choose the best roof-top tent or pop-up setup for your needs.
Everest’s north side is getting a new facility intended to improve tourism, safety, and respect on the mountain.
Are you a winter runner? We test a new gaiter-equipped, ground-gripping shoe that Saucony touts can ‘make ice obsolete.’
In case political stories haven’t been crazy enough, here’s one that involves a ‘kamikaze squirrel’ and local politician who hates the rodents.
Love a woman who loves the outdoors? She’s bound to love one of these 22 great new products.
California’s ‘Green Friday’ initiative offers free passes for nearly half the state’s 208 parks the day after Thanksgiving
Adam Ondra successfully completed the last pitches of the world’s hardest big wall climb, the Dawn Wall.
Left paralyzed from the waist down after “fooling around on a swingset,” Stacy Kohut never stopped seeking thrills on the bike. And man he rips!
Nine sleeping bags were put through months of testing and countless nights outside for this review. Here are the best men’s short sleeping bags for camping and backpacking you can buy.
Great Black Friday deals, no lines. Check out these screaming deals on outdoors gear online today.
Around cities facing frigid temperatures this winter, you might notice ‘bundled-up’ tree trunks and branches. The reason will warm your heart.
Our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.