A recap of top stories, week of Sept. 25 – Oct. 2, 2015.
Uproar, anger and emotions often fuel debates about federal management of public lands. But what is a National Monument or Park, really?
These snowshoes fit in a jacket pocket — until you pump them up. Then they strap on feet to provide lift in the snow.
As year-round skiing in the Pacific Northwest diminishes, what else will be lost?
The destruction of her kayak puts this solo explorer in a tough predicament.
This is what happens when someone scoots a seat back and accidentally punctures a can of bear spray in a car.
Mistakes happen when camping. This mega-list addresses 50 common camping mistakes, offering a solution for each.
Matahi Drollet, 17, surfs well beyond his years on Teahupo’o, the world’s heaviest wave.
Few garments scream ‘FALL!’ like a flannel shirt. Soft, warm, and durable, flannel is the fabric of the season whether wool, cotton or synthetic.
If not closed, the quick-release lever can wedge into the disc-brake rotor, causing a bike to abruptly stop.
Its reverse curved handle and wharncliffe blade is a modern version of the river boat gambler favorite.
The one-of-a-kind Rhode Island Urban Assault has jumps, loading-dock drops, obstacles made of decaying industrial matter, and a creepy bagpiper who plays in an echoing chamber.
A new camping stove can be used to burn wood, gas, alcohol — and even bake.
More an everyday-carry implement than an outdoors product, the Lions Grip has in total 21 uses, from allen wrenches to drivers to a punch.
This summer, singer/poet Ben Weaver geared up and biked around the world’s largest lake, a guitar and banjo in tow
When I took a meeting with Mountain Khakis co-founder Noah Robertson in Jackson Hole, he locked his cell phone in the truck, grabbed a fly rod, and led me to the river.
Skiing in Argentina is not all fun and games. Crashes happen in the Southern Hemisphere too.
They sleep and socialize 150 feet high in the Italian Alps.
Coffee makes the great outdoors even greater. These 10 ways to brew in the outdoors are easy far from home.
A strand of silicone-encased LEDs, this simple product is bright enough to light up a tent or a picnic table for camp cooking at night.