A recap of top stories for the week of Feb. 19 – 25, 2017.
Outdoor gear deals that are too good to pass up. Click at your own risk! Deals from: Chrome, LifeStraw, REI, The North Face, Goal Zero, and more.
Mike Horn is nearing completion of what may be the most monumental adventure ever. And he’s Instagramming the whole thing.
Every single weekend of her college life, Michaela Kiersch drove seven hours south to Red River Gorge, Kentucky for a shot at her 5.14c project.
Among the toughest winter endurance events, the Arrowhead 135 pits competitors against a namesake 135-mile course in northern Minnesota. This year marked the 13th running of the bike/ski/trek winter ultra.
An upcoming documentary captures the USA Rafting team’s attempt to run the Grand Canyon in a custom rig built for the record.
100-year-old wood reclaimed from a Maine lake forms the handle of this knife from L.L Bean and Opinel.
The Colorado-based resort company will acquire Vermont’s Stowe Mountain Resort for $50 million.
From rainstorms to sun, high humidity, and blustery winds, an enclosed facility on the East Coast simulates weather anywhere on Earth.
In protest, three major trade shows will not consider Utah for upcoming events.
Arc’teryx’s ‘active insulation’ helps mountain athletes regulate body temps in varying conditions, like our tester’s two-day solo aid climb in Zion National Park.
Pancakes for breakfast. Steak and veggies for dinner. The Gonzo aims to be a single cook set that can cook everything so we had to try it out.
Staffers formerly crammed into 10-to-a-room dormitories. Then Outward Bound went modern and minimalist with an ambitious cabin project last summer.
Alpha Direct is made of post-consumer recycled polyester. In its naked form, it is essentially a synthetic fleece on steroids and it works alone or layered under a shell.
Pinnacle Park in North Carolina closed after 60 hidden spikes were found littering a trail system, leaving one runner injured.
Fatbikes dueling skis, dueling snowboards? It’s finally going to happen.
A mini brick of coffee that fits in your pocket sounds great for hikers, but how does it taste? We tried it.
From roll-up kayaks to the world’s lightest socks, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
These trippy landscape photos defy most people’s imaginations. But not if you’re a neuroscientist nicknamed ‘The Light Ninja.’
Shine bright on dark rides wearing an ultra-high-vis jacket with lights and all-over reflectivity.
Is your exercise routine a healthy habit or a symptom of a potentially fatal disorder?
With no goals of proving anything, or even knowledge that the climate was changing, he started collecting data about snowpack to pass the time in his isolated part of the world.