A recap of top stories for the week of Dec. 11 – 17, 2016.
‘Pop open’ your truck camper with this spacious new evolution of overland camping.
Our editorial team picked our favorite pieces of gear for 2016 that we’d give the special people in our lives. These are outdoorsy gifts at their best.
Handlebar handstands, dizzying wheelie spins, and doubles synchronized bike acrobatics. Jaw, meet floor.
Eerie and beautiful, this stunning take on night skiing raked in a heap of independent film awards.
The super-breathable Patagonia Nano-Air Light builds on the success of one of the brand’s flagship jackets.
Watch as pro snowboarder Travis Rice takes a horrible ride in an avalanche in Alaska, and lives to tell about it.
The redesigned Black Hole series of packs from Patagonia include this 26-liter daypack we put to the test. It comes to market next spring.
The jacket uses a space-age insulation ‘inspired by NASA.’ But is it any good?
Pro tip: This is the best (least expensive) layer that everyone can afford.
Winter riding, photography, and fat bikes are addressed in our ‘Readers Write’ installment this week.
There’s a little bit of voodoo mixed into the art and science of catching fish. Fishermen, on the other hand, are pretty straightforward.
From a fat tire bike trailer to expanding summit pack, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
The Scotchman Peaks Wilderness Act will likely be among the first wilderness acts facing the 115th Congress.
Alex Honnold’s latest viral video is wildly entertaining, but it dramatically dismisses the danger of free-solo climbing for the inexperienced.
Get your share of more than $45,000 in prizes in the fourth edition of Checkpoint Minnesota.
Mining rights will not be renewed on critical parcels near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in a big win for environmentalists.
Our Mobile Office correspondents have three key takeaways from their two years of working (and playing) on the road.
You take the helicopter, we’ll take the hard way.
The traditional bike messenger rig is about to get a lot bigger and a lot browner.
Morakniv recently created a fixed blade knife so small that you may mistake it for an April fool’s joke. But it packs a ton of performance into a tiny package.
You don’t have to spend a ton of money to get great gifts for those who love the outdoors.