A recap of top stories for the week of June 25 – July 1, 2017.
‘Try not. Do or do not. There is no try.’ Yoda’s words are brought to life in EVO Rock & Fitness gyms.
Great outdoor gear at an amazing price: That’s our goal each Monday. Check out the bargains from Sage, prAna, Hydro Flask, and 360fly and save on gear for your next adventure.
Two pieces of protection in roughly 30 feet placed by a novice. Will they hold?
Aggressive tech in an unassuming package, La Sportiva Nucleo boots are waterproof and stocked with upgrades for mountains and trails.
KEEN’s debut hiking boot specifically for women is lightweight and looks good. We tested a pair on the trail and around town.
The renowned mountain runner Kilian Jornet last month summited Everest twice in one week. We sat down to with him to learn more.
Two cyclists were attacked by a grizzly bear near Anchorage, Alaska, on Saturday. But both survived after one deployed bear spray to stop the attack.
H.R. 2936 would remove federal protections from public lands, potentially clearing the way for logging interests, and rescind national monument designation from Oregon and California’s Cascade-Siskiyou forests.
The agencies proposed redefining a two-year-old amendment to the Clean Water Act, potentially removing protections from wetlands, headwaters, and tributaries that feed public water supplies.
Spend three hours hiking outside versus walking on a treadmill and you’ll have more energy, a better mood, and less anxiety. Those results published last month in a sports science study from Austria’s University of Innsbruck.
Outdoor gear deals that are too good to pass up. Click at your own risk! Check out deals from: MSR, REI, Kammok, Garmin, Metolius, and more.
Two-thousand miles into a cross-country bike tour, I choose a tent and sleeping system completely new to me. But I also opt for two battle-worn pieces proven never to fail.
Summer is here. But heat does not need to slow you down. Follow a few simple tips to stay cool outdoors, no matter what the mercury reads.
Your tent protects you from the elements and forms years of outdoor memories. Your home in the hills, a tent is one of the biggest purchases an outdoor enthusiast will make. Take the time to weigh your needs before cracking the wallet.
Luke’s parents plunged through the Canadian ice while driving across the lake to their cottage. Mouthfuls of icy water garbled their cries, so they began quietly saying their goodbyes — until Luke’s father found one tool in his pocket that saved both of their lives.
Our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
Best known for high-end coolers, YETI just announced its first non-insulated product, the Panga Duffle.
Those of you who honestly, truly, never-ever use a bucket should feel free to skip this article and carry on with your bucketless life. But for the rest of you, this thing is sweet.
Climbing jeans, inflatable surfboards, and post-waste jackets: Our editor tried out the latest, most exciting gear from this year’s PressCamp.
The Salomon Sense Ride borrows specs from the elite S-Lab line for a familiar shoe that meets most trail running needs but doesn’t break the bank.