A recap of top stories for the week of July 24 – 30, 2016.
The Outdoor Retailer trade show, held next week in Utah, is a mecca of gear. Here we give an exclusive peek at the most interesting new products coming to market for 2017.
Pancake-flat for most of its expanse, and blessed with rich earth and waving grains, North Dakota is the antithesis of alpine.
Aaron Cergol crafts axes, hammers, and knives on a restored forge. In this original video, GearJunkie travels to Milwaukee where a young master blacksmith creates works of art from hot steel.
Famed polar explorer Eric Larsen divulges on favorite gear, not being good at anything, and almost getting eaten by polar bears.
Until now, most rooftop tents were made by niche brands or were difficult to purchase in the U.S.
Each ultra-marathon is a unique journey into an abyss of pain and uncertainty. But when running more than 26 miles in one go, you can expect to touch on these ‘stages of suffering.’
Europe just announced its OutDoor product awards. Check out the industry’s most celebrated and anticipated outdoor gear.
Twenty-five years after its inception, the 3,000-mile East Coast Greenway just connected the missing link in its grand plan.
Carbon, Titanium, Aluminum, or Steel? When it comes to bike frames, the debate rages on. Here’s what you need to know.
For backpackers, going ultralight is easier (and less expensive) than you might expect.
Some bluegrass is fine, but at some point, enough’s enough. Mountain towns need more screaming guitar licks, thumping back-beats, and yes, more cowbell. Mountain towns need more rock ‘n’ roll!
Barbecue, fry, smoke, griddle, and bake… this volcano-shape grill is an adaptable option for culinary types in the outdoors.
Watch: The renowned actor’s documentary series kicks off with the death-defying life of Tommy Caldwell. Hint: It’s darned good.
With the memory of a good, lost friend deep in their minds, two men fly deep into the Yukon to seek bull moose and something more.