A recap of top stories for the week of August 28 – Sept. 3, 2016.
Read how to impress an ‘Adventure Capitalist’ and (maybe) get a big paycheck doing it. We interview the host of a new TV show seemingly made for gear junkies.
Rope up and climb Mount Saint Helens with Jared Smith, a climber and SAR professional with more than 300 ascents of the famous volcano (and dozens of rescues) under his belt.
No campground, just a spot on the side of the road on public land, dispersed camping is free, fun, and easier than you might expect.
Regardless of physical ability, mountain bikers, cross-country explorers, hunters, and eco-friendly commuters can use this electric vehicle to venture into the wilderness.
Working remotely is a dream for many people. After two years of working from a mobile office our contributors have some advice.
A curved bill, a mesh back, and a tall fabric front — the trucker hat is an unlikely trend in the outdoors.
Looking for a whitewater adventure? Have you considered Iowa?
Think you’re tough? Columbia Sportswear’s got the job for you.
It should go without saying, but don’t try this at your local giant chimney.
Act now! The comment window is a short-lived opportunity to effectively fight development in the Grand Canyon.
Salomon has teamed with GearJunkie to give away 25 pairs of its new Speedcross 4 trail shoes.
This road trip essential will survive the age of screens.
One of Red Bull’s athletes may have gone too far for outdoor enthusiasts.
Water, gels, keys, phone: Salomon’s S-Lab Sense will carry it all, and nothing more. We test a minimal running vest for the distance-minded adventurer.
From the world’s lightest bike shoe to a pocket arrow launcher, this is our weekly look at emerging products from the world of outdoor gear design.
Remove giardia, cryptosporidum, and more with a one-hand pump water filter that weighs just five ounces. We put the Trailshot to the test.
Urban camping on the roof of a high-rise building? A burgeoning movement is working to motivate city-dwellers to unplug and sleep under the stars.
Manage business and communicate electronically from the trail. The Packing It Out crew explains how they’ve written nearly a dozen stories, filed photographs, and stayed productive from the PCT.
Meet the record-setting, 26-year-old canoeing phenom you’ve never heard of. Ann Raiho: first woman to canoe from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay.