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The malfunction at Georgia’s Gudauri Ski Resort caused the chairlift to run backward at double speed, flinging riders off the lift and hospitalizing at least eight.March 16th, 2018 Read More...
From next-gen tech to ingenious innovation, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.March 15th, 2018 Read More...
Maximize your time on the water with our top gear picks for the upcoming fly fishing season. These are some of the top fly fishing rods, reels, waders, footwear, and more for spring 2018.March 15th, 2018 Read More...
Hiking with a dog is the best. Get these gear essentials from Ruffwear, Buckley, and Ridgeline to prepare your pet to hit the trail.March 15th, 2018 Read More...
Love hiking? Check out our ‘Find Your FKT’ contest with Merrell where you can vote for your favorite epic trail. We’re giving away cash donations to support nine iconic hiking trails. And you can win a weekend hiking getaway or a pair of Merrell MQM Flex shoes!March 15th, 2018 Read More...
Soggy feet, flapping soles, and the dreaded peek-a-boo toe hole – someday your hiking boots will die an undignified death. But when will that be and what can you do to help prevent it? We asked the experts.March 15th, 2018 Read More...
Imagine the durability, adjustability, and load carrying architecture of a technical backpack in a daypack. Enter the Scree Pack, from Mystery Ranch. We reviewed the Scree on day hikes and climbing trips for several months in this test.March 15th, 2018 Read More...
After two months of testing, we found the Send Climbing 3×4 Pro Crash Pad safe and easy to carry.
Upstart brand Live Out There this winter made its debut with a line of performance-oriented (but budget-friendly) jackets for the outdoors. We reviewed three models to see how they stack up in the cold.
The Escaper provides a rope-releasing mechanism for full-length single rope rappels. So why does this potentially life-saving device make us so nervous?
The Benchmade Bugout is a useful, versatile folding knife that weighs less than two ounces. We put this ultralight folding knife to the test for this review. From the Benchmade Bugout’s excellent action to its effortless carry and cutting ability, it’s been hard to kick out of the pocket.
Built for backcountry snowboarders, the 2018/2019 Vans Verse Snowboard Boot combines the latest in fit technology, moisture management, waterproofing, and venting for long tours and downhill sessions.
It is the first major reboot of the bicycle tube in over a century. Lighter, stronger, and faster, was the Austrian-made Tubolito Tubo worth the wait?
Made with tear-resistant nylon ripstop, the Trailhead Adventure Pant from Coalatree might be a front-runner for the most versatile hiking pant.
Cowboy campers rejoice, Therm-a-rest’s upcoming sleeping bag is light enough for a nap sack and built to shed morning dew—perfect for sleeping outside.
Sporting success ultimately comes down to mental strength and the ability to remain focused in a high-pressure environment. Smith Lowdown sunglasses claim to help.
Part sneaker, part puffy, Teva’s Ember Moc may soon be part of many campers’ gear collections. We reviewed it outside, inside, and around town.
Looking for the best women’s running shoes? We’ve tested the best shoes for road running, trail running, and barefoot runners of 2018. Plus, we’ve got a Buyer’s Guide with helpful tips for better shoe shopping.
Lots of utility, an reasonable price, and just the right amount of imperfections make the Selkirk an ideal novice knife.
The Victorinox I.N.O.X is a tough watch that will dress up for any occasion. We thrashed it (and froze it) to see how it handles the rigors of adventure fo this review.
Burton fueled the hype machine with the Step On binding. But are they any good? We put them to the test for this review.
Nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Banff National Park covers more than 6,600 square kilometers and offers up some truly amazing terrain. - This spot at Lower Twin Lakes on the way to Gibson Pass has us dreaming of a Canadian backpacking trip. - Have you been to Banff? Any tips for a successful trip? - And big thanks to @echoes_of_nature for the great pic and adventure inspiration.
Here’s a little inspiration on this International Women’s Day, a shout-out to some seriously badass adventure women. - 1. Months after giving birth, Chelsey (@jasonandchelsey) competed in a grueling 100 mile MTB. 2. Ice climber, @angela_vanwiemeersch, set the record for first female ascent on Lake Superior’s HMR route. 3. Christy Mahon (@aspenchristy) holds the record as the first woman to ski all the Colorado 14ers. 4. Libby Sauter (@ljsauter) not only set the speed record climbing The Nose on El Capitan, but in 2016 became the youngest person (and one of only five woman) inducted into the American Alpine Hall of Fame. - And the best part is, this list just barely scratches the surface. There are countless women out there crushing records, competitions, and life. From the pro racers to the weekend warriors, you’re all amazing. - So this one goes out to all the badass adventure women out there. May we know them, may we raise them, may we be them.
Just keep going, grinding, climbing, and eventually you’ll reach the top. - If you need more Monday motivation check out @mersendyclimberson’s feed. It’ll have you planning a climbing trip ASAP. 🧗🏻♀️ by @mersendyclimberson 📷by @tradprincess.
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