A recap of top stories for the past week, May 22 – 28, 2016.
With their first post from the trail, the ‘Packing It Out’ crew gives an update on their mission to thru-hike the 2,600-mile Pacific Crest Trail while collecting trash along the way.
In becoming the first woman to summit Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen, Melissa Arnot climbed Mt. Everest for the sixth time.
The cameraman, and people inside, keep quiet while powerful predators lick their meager shelter.
Refuel, recover, recaffeinate – we’ve compiled 17 of the most hip, bike-friendly coffee shops across the U.S. Is yours on the list?
Rooftop tents, which sit on your car or truck, are part tent camping, part RV camping, and totally awesome.
Fully loaded with games, taps, and barstools, the Tiny Tavern is a new spin for retail party setups that capitalizes on the surging tiny home movement.
Check out these 13 historical sites from around the country to commemorate this Memorial Day.
‘First you build the raft, then you go with the flow’ in this slow-motion adventure that’s like heaven on Earth.
A documentary about an upcoming bill that would legalize industrial hemp farming in the U.S. has Patagonia pushing for public awareness and support.
The Overland Expo is among the country’s greatest gatherings of eye-candy for lovers of rugged, outdoors campers, RVs and trucks.
Introduced in the late ’90s, Topeak got it right with the Alien II, a bike tool that can fix it all. We put it to the test over 6 months in the saddle and 6,000 miles.
Looking for a shoe for your upcoming Tough Mudder? The Merrell All Out Crush is made just for you.
From Alaska and the Iditarod Trail, to remote jungle tracks, this year our contributor put the Brunton Servo 120 to the test and then some.
In Montana, it’s the season when political passions and rivers both run at full throttle. Political newcomer Greg Gianforte, running to unseat Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock, blundered into the rapids and over his head recently.
The threat of sabotaged paths and booby-trapped bike trails is very real, and here’s the proof.
Google has filed a patent for a glue that keeps you stuck to the hood after a driverless car hits you. Really.
It takes more than the right Instagram filter. But with dedication, the dream job of a pro outdoors photographer is more attainable today than ever before.
A father of four young children reviews the best bikes for kids based on their favorites for road, neighborhood riding, and dirt trails.
Juan Cool Romance’s message is important: Don’t ride for Insta-likes. Just live simply and get out in nature.
This February, two adventurers traded hiking boots for bike tires to pedal up (and down) Africa’s highest peak.
The Tepui Kukenam Ruggedized rooftop tent turns your car or truck into a palace on wheels. We drove it up the Alaska Highway for this review.
The third release by smartwatch maker Pebble, which rivals Apple Watch features at a fraction of the price, is on pace to become the most funded Kickstarter campaign ever.
Ding ding! Let’s do shots!
Wow, so that’s how they do it.
At 80, Dale Sanders set the record for oldest person to paddle the length of the Mississippi. Now, he’s got sights set on another record: The Appalachian Trail.
Lutz Eichholz travels to Chile to climb a 6,000-meter peak and ride back down. He only has one wheel.
Mad Water is returning production of its product line to the USA. A bombproof duffel bag made for the outdoors is the brand’s first domestic offering.
You can explore the entire South Route of Mount Everest, Base Camp to summit, from the comfort of your own home.
In 2011, a man was shocked with 2,400 volts of electricity in a freak incident deep in Montana’s backcountry. Near death, alone, and miles from help, Eduardo got up and took his first step towards what would ultimately be years of recovery.
A field-strippable knife, GoPro fisheye lens, and ‘pro’ level kids bikes are among emerging products, culled from crowd-source sites, PR campaigns, and industry scoops on the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
Enjoy 10 minutes of high-speed metal and woodworking as Jimmy DiResta turns an old sawmill blade into a beautiful, and he calls it, ‘big ass,’ knife.