A recap of top stories for the week of April 15–21, 2018.
Looking for great outdoor gear at an amazing price? Check out these discounts and sales from Osprey, Deuter, uvex, and Burton.
Crack open the frame, plug in the battery, and snap it back together: Bosch’s latest e-bike innovation, the PowerTube 500, hides the power inside the bicycle.
Columbia launched OutDry Extreme in 2016 as a waterproof-breathable solution in its jackets. The technology continues to evolve and has found its way across the brand’s top products in footwear, pants, gloves, and more.
The right stove makes life on the trail better. From solo-canister to four-season multi-fuel options, we’ve tested and found the best backpacking stoves.
Watch Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds break the speed record on the famed Yosemite climb, The Nose of El Capitan, in an astonishing 2 hours, 19 minutes, and 44 seconds, in Oct. 2017.
When a modest afternoon ski outing went awry, I found myself with a broken leg and dislocated shoulder in a remote corner of Greenland. This is my story.
Capped with Vibram’s stickiest rubber yet, Giro’s Riddance line showcases shoe styles designed for time on and off the bike.
Do you remember an emoji of a hiker with trekking poles and a helmet? You’re not alone.
Patagonia and Backcountry Hunters and Anglers (BHA) come from different sides of the outdoor recreation aisle. But with a mutual goal of protecting public lands access, an alliance could make a powerful statement.
This bike park is completely covered in mirrors. Watch the riders hit jumps and rails, only to wonder where the next feature actually is.
Minimal features and an unassuming profile: Thule shoots for a single-quiver pack with the AllTrail 35. I tested it hiking and scrambling for this first look.
With two surgically reconstructed knees, Gregory Hook hopes to fully circumnavigate the lower 48 states on his recumbent Terra Trike. He hopes to raise $25,000 for veterans struggling with PTSD.
Our weekly column finds the best deals from across the web to save you money on outdoors gear. Check out the discount gear from Big Agnes, ENO, SOG, and more.
Runners, cyclists, swimmers, gym rats, and more – Strava’s latest algorithm promises to go beyond pace and time to reveal which athletes are working the hardest.
Carbon, Kevlar, and craftsmanship produce incredibly light yet robust tools, Elite Climb’s Salamandra ice axes.
April 21st kicks off National Park Week, and the National Park Service is celebrating with free admission to all parks on Saturday!
Long an obscure pursuit, FKT today nears critical mass. Major brand sponsors, media coverage, Red Bull stunts, and athlete Kilian Jornet are driving the movement into the mainstream.
Forced to spend outside time inside? The MSR Hubba Tour 2 Tent Review is an adventure touring tent for those bad weather days.
Surly dusted off an old favorite, the Rat Ride, with modern fit and geometry. The result is a stripped-down bike for ‘the scenic route’ around town..
History and comedy combine to make a wonderfully entertaining ad for the return of a classic, the Specialized Stumpjumper mountain bike.
Tents, sleeping bags, stoves, firewood, and more: New York will award some lucky first-time campers a fully stocked camp experience.
From next-gen tech to ingenious innovation, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
A couple recent ski lift-related accidents brought up the question: How risky are chairlifts?
Pete Whittaker’s rope solo of El Cap in less than 24 hours is a niche climbing endeavor of absolute insanity.
Garage Grown Gear and GearJunkie are partnering up for the Huge Sticker Giveaway! Ten winners will each receive stickers from 50+ incredible small and startup outdoor companies.
Meet the Tipoon – a modular, mobile, lightweight pod that goes from tow mode to camp mode at the push of a button.
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong settled his eight-year legal battle with former teammate Floyd Landis and the federal government. He agreed to pay the US government $5 million and more than $1.5 million in legal fees.
Patagonia’s Grade VII Down Parka is a belay jacket designed for the most hardcore alpine conditions. I took the parka on an ice climbing trip last February for this review.
Kampgrounds Of America is offering thousands of dollars to fund people’s dream adventures. And you could be eligible.