Follow off-the-grid excursions, ultra races, mountain climbs, expeditions… and all things “adventure” around the globe.
2 Explorers Are Attempting Solo Antarctic Crossings This Month
Most explorers who have tried to cross Antarctica solo either died or needed rescue. Despite that, two trekkers are attempting independent crossings right now.
Pro Recovery Tips for the Amateur Athlete
Train smart, rest up, and perform better. Pro adventure athletes share their favorite active recovery tips and tools.
Make More Time for Adventures Big and Small: ‘Semi-Rad’ Author Tells You How
Adventure is everywhere if you know where to look. ‘The Art of Getting Lost: 365 Days of Adventure, Big and Small’ is a new guide to finding it.
Free Gear Fridays: Adventure Travel Kit Giveaway With Velomacchi
Here at GJ, we test a lot of gear. We are fortunate to test cutting-edge new products. Now, we want to give you the chance to win some gear too.
‘Unrace’ Trail Runs Are Cut for Suffering and Connecting
Friends running in the woods might be a new force to be reckoned with. Unsanctioned community races are booming.
Schooled By Gravel: Lessons Learned From a 3-Day Bikepack Race
Preparation can get you to the start line, but a 400-mile bikepack race is far from in the bag. Here are the lessons learned from the school of bikepack ultraracing.
Adventure Racing World Series Aims to Outrun Hurricane Florence
Most of the United States’ eastern seaboard is preparing for the impact of Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 storm. And one group of athletes prepares to race in front of it.
ARGO Is Giving Away Free Lodge Retreats to Play With XTVs
The ATV and XTV and company ARGO is sharing its Tiny Lodge in Wisconsin, along with unfettered access to motor toys — no strings attached.
End of the Road: Gear to Make Your Bike Adventure Ready
Looking to spend more time in the saddle and a little less on the pavement? Instead of dropping some cash on a gravel bike, add a few key accessories to your current bike to give it adventure chops.
‘City Stone: PDX’ Video Highlights Portland’s Urban Climbing Scene
This episode in our ‘Great Urban Outdoors’ video series focuses on Portland’s Rocky Butte. The urban crag provides an unlikely venue to practice the art of ascending vertical stone, all within sight of downtown.
National Park Hidden Gem: Black Canyon of the Gunnison
Named after a 2,200-foot-deep canyon aggressively dug by the Gunnison River, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park quickly earned our respect as one of the most scenic and raw places we’ve ever been.
Unbound Adventure: 10 Activities to Get You Out There
The first official day of summer is right around the corner. We’ve compiled 10 everyday activities that will help you make the most of the long days.
Watch: A SUP Spearfishing Adventure in Baja
Two friends head to Baja, Mexico, to play where the desert meets the sea.
Adventure Racers: The ‘Eco-Challenge’ Is Back
The famed adventure race of the 1990s is expected to return with Bear Grylls as its host.
London to Singapore: Epic Family Road Trip in an Old Land Rover
Could you survive a nine-month road trip with your family? The Hyland family of five drove from London to Singapore in a 1954 Land Rover. They took the family road trip to all new heights!
A Year on the Road: How We Afford to Travel
Many dream of a long trip on the road. But how to afford the travel? A young couple put pen to paper, scrimped and saved, and made a dream trip a reality. Their tips can help you afford the trip of a lifetime.
Caldwell, Honnold Set Second El Cap Speed Record in Week
Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell were at it again today. This time, they set the speed record up The Nose of El Capitan for the second time in less than a week.
Gear We Used to Kayak From Cuba to Florida
A team of three paddled 125 miles from Havana, Cuba, to Florida. This is the gear they used for the ocean kayak trip.