Canyoneering Utah’s Capitol Reef
Utah’s canyons are mountains in reverse, with huge vertical relief carved into millennia-old rock. Exploring Capitol Reef with a guide opens eyes to a rarely seen perspective on a harsh and beautiful world.
7 Days In The Desert: ‘Gobi March’ Race Report
Run, walk, and slog 155 miles across the scorching heat of the Gobi Desert in the self-supported ‘Gobi March.’
Going ‘Cosmic’ On Mont Blanc
An immense and iconic ridge on Mont Blanc, the ascent of the Arete des Cosmiques route in Chamonix, France, is requisite for mountaineers ticking off classic climbs in the Alps.
Ashima Shiraishi: Rock Climbing’s Media Darling
Since age 13, Ashima Shiraishi has garnered headlines as big as ‘World’s Best Female Rock Climber.’ We interviewed the (now) 15-year-old for insight on her focus and strength.
Hyalite Alpine: Climbing Ice With Conrad Anker
More than 20 years after meeting the legendary climber for the first time, we swing axes together on a test-piece in the mountains above his home in Bozeman, Montana.
Swimming With Crocodiles: AR World Series In Brazil
Thirty-two teams converged to trek, paddle, bike, and navigate a 700KM course. After days out there, a group of teams refused to go on — the race directors were forced to fly teams out one by one on a small airplane.
Mountain Bike In The City: Duluth’s New Trail Of Dreams
In an ambitious project, the city of Duluth, Minn., is about to open more than 50 miles of hand-cut mountain biking trails.
Guerrillas In The Mist: Adventure In Colombia
A trip to climb, trek, and bike in Colombia gives our editor a glimpse at the South American country’s “bad old days,” as well as a look at the potential for wilderness adventure.