A recap of top stories for the week of April 22–28, 2018.
Looking for great outdoor gear at an amazing price? Check out these discounts and sales from REI Co-op, Maloja, and Mountainsmith.
Thru-hikers put gear through next-level testing, crossing thousands of miles on foot. We spoke with Dan “Knotts” Binde, who has completed some of America’s longest trails multiple times, to get his take on the top gear for hiking.
Celebrate ladies who shred on the first Saturday in May, the first International Women’s Mountain Biking Day.
Penn State’s century-old Outing Club will stop hosting outdoor excursions beginning next semester following a “proactive risk assessment” by the university.
You love to paddle, and there’s nothing better than the freedom of being on the water. Working on the river could be the perfect job for you. This is what you should know before becoming a kayak instructor.
Isaac Hyde claimed Gore Mountain Ski Center stranded him on a chairlift overnight in sub-freezing temperatures. Instead, he faces up to a year in jail on charges he lied to police.
Whether it’s your first time turkey hunting or you’re a Grand Slam holder, this condensed guide will help you. Learn more about finding game, staying safe and legal, choosing a hunting approach, and purchasing the right gear.
Former NRA president Marion Hammer slammed YETI Cooler for reportedly cutting ties with 5-million-member gun lobbyist. YETI fired back, saying Hammer’s letter was an “inaccurate statement” and that it held an “unwavering commitment” to the second amendment.
Palm thatch, small trees, and mud walls provide a sturdy home in this video from Primitive Technology. Watch and be amazed.
Nearly one year after Dylan McWilliams woke up to a bear chewing on his head, he was bitten by a shark off the coast of Kauai.
As The NRA Foundation and YETI Coolers squared off online, RTIC, ORCA, and Pelican Coolers issued not-so-subtle pro-gun Facebook posts.
A team of five skiers trekked the Der Lange Weg route across the mightiest peaks of the European Alps at blazing speed. The route includes 294,108 feet of climbing. In total, they were on the move for 375 hours, averaging 30 miles per day.
Repairable, made in the USA, and warrantied for life, Revant Optics introduces sunglasses made to “perform as well on day 10,000 as they did on day one.”
Harley-Davidson wants an intern who will take a free bike, ride around to events, take pictures, and get paid. Think you can handle that?
Gear, apparel, even a set of wheels: Here’s a list of all the commuting gear you’ll need for Bike to Work Week (and beyond), available on Amazon.
You might think Colorado’s state sport is skiing. You’d be wrong. Instead, it involves big miles and an ass.
Move to Iceland, live in a fully furnished apartment, and spend your summer flying around the world – all for free. Did we mention you’ll get paid too? WOW Air’s Travel Guide is one heck of a summer job.
New Zealand merino company Icebreaker reveals almost everything about its corporate inner workings with a new kind of report, open to the public.
Why do people hike the Appalachian Trail? We met hikers 100 miles from the southern terminus to learn about their motivation to take on the AT.
Fancy integrated tea set and all, the crossover SUV vehicle segment has a new king, the Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury.
Patagonia, Mountain Hardwear, GrowlerWerks, Sea to Summit, and more are on sale this week. Our weekly column finds the best deals from across the web to save you money on outdoors gear.
The most prominent unclimbed summit in British Columbia’s Selwyn Range has a first ascent – American Lonnie Dupre, and Canadians Pascale Marceau and Vern Stice.
Watch Fabio Wibmer absolutely tear up the slopes in this chase-style mountain bike edit. He drops in off a helicopter, hits features in the terrain park, and even deploys a parachute. Oh yeah – and it’s all on snow.
From epic days on the mountain to hopping an international flight, the right day pack will keep you organized, geared up, and happy.
H.R. 211 would pave the way for an “acre-for-acre exchange” to swap 500,000 acres of corporate-owned land in Alaska for public land in the Lower 48.
From next-gen tech to ingenious innovation, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
What’s the best ultralight backpack? We interviewed thru-hikers and put several models to the test to find some of the top lightweight hiking backpacks.
Living in a cabin in the Great Smoky Mountains is remote, rustic, and beautiful. It’s also the perfect place for a National Park caretaker to test their essential gear.
Equal parts comfort and roughing it, these burly pull-behinds provide a place to lay your head at night and are meant to venture off the beaten path. Check out these trailers and teardrops under (or just a hair above) $10,000.
Two years ago, a team of elite runners trekked a trail many consider among the toughest in the world in record time. With 11 mountain passes, most above 16,000 feet, this trail is a crusher. Now, their story is coming to the big screen.