A recap of top stories, week of Oct. 5 – 9, 2015.
Want to go camping without packing up all the gear? These 12 spots — some of more than 300 Airbnb tent rentals across the United States — offer a cushy outdoor spot to sleep under the stars.
The Alpine Mentors program is seeking applicants for a free, two-year mentorship program with some of the world’s top climbers.
Made by hand by Swedish blacksmiths, the Hults Bruk hatchet is functional craftsmanship at its finest.
This USA-made hammock claims to hold more than you’ll ever put in it.
A new cam by Denver mechanical engineer Evan Deis is among the biggest ever built.
This satirical video about the modern conveniences of camping is funny, and hits pretty close to home.
The bike industry’s marketing machine feeds us a lot of crap trying to get us to buy the latest and greatest. Our resident Bike Junkie clears a few things up with a look at the gravel bike trend.
Big flame guaranteed! Puff into the V3-Pocket Bellows, a collapsible tube that blasts your breath into the heart of the fire, and watch the coals glow hot.
These four hikers will never look at a suspension bridge quite the same way again.
If you’ve got your wallet, you’ve got your knife. That’s the premise of the ‘WildCard.’
Review of The God Of Skiing: Peter Kray’s first novel is a rowdy ride of a read.
Vonn really gets into her role, scolding skiers for going too fast in Vail’s base area in this silly video.
This might be the best job in the outdoors world.
The frustrations of rush hour ‘gridlock’ look a lot different in the world’s best bike commuting city.
Want to see in the dark? This camera by Flir attaches to a phone and provides a lens that senses heat and presents it in the visible sphere.
Gert Boyle, the Chairwoman of Columbia Sportswear, will return to her iconic role in the brand’s advertising.
At least one person has got a few powder turns in Colorado so far this year.
Man says unorthodox method passed down from grandmother’s magazine clipping may have saved his life.
The Tenkara Rod Co. Mini Sawtooth and Mini Teton fly rods are light and compact enough to carry anywhere when hiking, biking or even running.
A dull knife is less functional and more dangerous to the user than a sharp one. Keep every knife in your house working perfectly with these tips.
Summer 2015 was a banner year of mountain biking in our Idaho bureau. This is the bike and kit we fell in love with this season.
The Recon Mixed bike shoes by Specialized hit a nexus of performance, versatility, and good looks.
You don’t see that every day. Carl grinds the ski lift cable in Nevados, Chile.
We put Icebreaker’s hot-weather wool, the Cool-Lite line, to a test this summer.
Daniel Casper is a world-class bike racer and Minneapolis Fire Captain.
An inflatable dish covered in foil, the company sells this product as a ‘high-power portable BBQ’ that cooks by the sun.