A recap of top stories for the week of May 27 to June 2, 2018.
2018 will go down as one of the most successful climbing years ever on Mt. Everest.
REI’s anniversary sale is here, and we want to help you navigate the sea of deals. Check out what our editors would love to add to their gear closets.
We embrace the outdoors because it offers peace, quiet, and beauty. But it also serves up some massively irritating – and all-too-familiar – fusterclucks.
Watch mountain biker Brandon Semenuk ride an eerily illuminated course at night – and make it look easy.
Fall fast, and the Wild Country Revo kicks in to catch you even if your belayer fails. Here we give you our take on the nuanced assisted-locking belay device.
Guides and outfitters operating on federal lands will not have to abide by the $10.10 minimum wage requirement.
Gearo, an online outdoor gear-rental marketplace, soft-launched this week. Founder Justine Barone said her startup was “born out of the idea to make outdoor rental gear more accessible and sustainable.”
One of the biggest names in the triathlon space, Ironman will bring global attention to the Ultra-Trail Australia 100K as its new owner.
Rain or shine, race or commute, gear up to ride in any conditions. These are our picks for great women’s cycling gear to keep you on the road and in the saddle.
The Nose of El Capitan is one of the most iconic big-wall rock climbs in the world. Today, it has a new speed record thanks to Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell.
Smartwool, The North Face, Big Agnes, and Outdoor Research gear is on sale this week. Our weekly column finds the best deals from across the web to save you money on outdoor gear.
One PSA campaign is helping parks bust the now infamous ‘bear selfie’ trend.
Kick, kick, full throttle – Lime’s new electric scooter-share just hit Denver’s city streets. So I hopped on to see how it works.
Outpost is the anti-trade show for the outdoor lifestyle. That’s why everyone wants to be there.
Fly fishers, kayakers, construction workers … and soccer coaches? The YETI Panga Backpack and Silo water cooler double down on core users while stretching in new markets.
The trailerless, portable, inflatable Flycraft Stealth Fisherman weighs just 100 pounds fully-rigged for two anglers. We floated several rivers for this review.
Hauled from a Virginia lake, the catfish ‘Big Earle’ has been dubbed ‘a true river monster.’
How long till you can kill the screen, jump in the car, and hit the nearest trail for a post-work workout? Not so fast. Limber up with these physical therapist-recommended stretches.
From next-gen tech to ingenious innovation, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
Part beer koozie, part cat litter bucket, the RuckBucket aims to be three packs in one unusual design.
Most outdoor athletes understand the concept of type-two fun. Why do people do things that hurt? This video explores the phenomenon.
Goodbye darkrooms, enlargers, spools, and funny-smelling chemicals. Canon’s final film camera is no more.
One family renovated the inside of a city bus to comfortably sleep four and go on adventures. Learn the secrets to maximizing space and outfitting a bus.
Getting outdoors with a toddler can be overwhelming. But with the right gear and a few helpful tips, the entire family will enjoy playing outside.
Have you wondered how a bike would ride if the frame was made entirely of springs? One wild YouTube creator cut the frame out of a bike and built himself a next-level ‘full-suspension’ mountain bike.
Rebecca Rusch will teach you to crush gravel and shred singletrack like a seven-time world champion.
Want to see what goes wrong when two very funny friends hike across Canyonlands National Park in the middle of July? Thought so.
Save a little money, add some personal flair, and enjoy an eye-catching ticket to outdoor adventure. Check out these classic fixer-upper pull-behinds.
Hydro Flask, a brand known for insulated bottles, recently launched its newest product category: soft-sided coolers. We talked with the brand’s lead designer for an inside look at its new line.
The Department of the Interior designated National Recreation Trails in 17 states this week, improving the visibility and funding of lesser-known destinations.