Step one: Pick up an Ikon Pass. Step two: Invest in a really good sleeping bag.
Impossible to prove with science? Maybe. Worth a try? Absolutely.
With new destinations, more terrain, and improved on-mountain amenities, the world's best multi-destination season pass just got better
Plus: where to stay, eat, and play outside along the way
These locals-only mountains might not have fancy spas or heated lifts, but they all sell affordable tickets and have hostels and cheap hotels nearby
In 'Charge,' Salomon's top skiers access a zone known as Chatter Creek and shred the immense amount of snow that's available there
Work a nine-to-five? Try these quick-fix adventures to spice up your workdays and spend more time outside.
You can get away on a dime at this time of year
'Cast and Carve' chronicles a group of friends as they ride snowboards and cast for golden trout in the High Sierra
Skier Dash Longe knows that the best place to score fresh powder in the morning and be back for a noon work meeting is Salt Lake City
Think Minnesota’s cycling season lasts only a few months? Guess again. The midwestern state is an ideal year-round biking hot spot.
The traverse connecting Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains in British Columbia is a renowned backcountry ski zone that's at risk
These aren't your average city parks
Catch the great southerly migration with North America's top birding enthusiasts
Forget haunted houses and corn mazes. Head out to the woods instead, where the real scares await.
These experiences will help you connect to the land while respecting the indigenous cultures that have long inhabited it
There's an easy and quick getaway for fall leaf peeping, no matter where you are in the region
Chris Brinlee Jr and Christin Healey see first-hand why Québec City is the ultimate place to embrace the snowy season
If you’re looking for a destination to embrace all that winter has to offer, look no further than Québec.
Rich culture and outdoor adventure abound in Southwestern Québec
The Laurentians region’s namesake mountains are home to superb skiing, snowboarding, dogsledding, and more
The city is the perfect blend of historic and modern—with rich culture, good food, and great adventures. If you only have 72 hours to explore, here’s how to do it right.
From dogsledding, fat biking, and skiing in pristine wilderness to eating your way through historic and vibrant cities, Québec’s winter adventures are second to none
One of Québec’s most naturally stunning regions is home to hut-to-hut ski touring, icy-fjord sea kayaking, and more
The Emerald City is surrounded by mountains and has access to the ocean, but some of its biggest outdoor draws can be reached by public transportation
Use the best open space NYC has to offer: the water
The festival circuit doesn't stop at the end of summer. Here are nine awesome adventure, culture, and food festivals worth traveling for.
Yes, fall in the northeast equals peak foliage. But the season also offers up an abundance of uncrowded adventures in the mountains, on lakes, and along the coast.
Because demoing bikes and gear, exploring great locations, and celebrating afterward with new friends, craft beer, and music is way more fun than riding alone
Open yourself to different worlds in this haven for the arts, culture, and the outdoors
How to explore the western rivers and wilderness on the route of legendary explorer John Wesley Powell
Eight one-of-a-kind events for those who aren't into the standard swim, bike, run
It's situated next to Great Smoky Mountains National Park's largest campground and is a now an eerie piece of history
From the coast of Vancouver Island to the high peaks of the interior, here’s where to soak in B.C.’s unmatched autumnal beauty
For times when you want the surf and sand but not all the hype
From ancient forests to otherworldly caverns, Canada’s wildest province is brimming with opportunity to awaken your senses
Eight places to (safely) spy on bears—and other big game—in their natural habitat
Presenting America’s new adventure capitals
The Montana Treehouse Retreat has not one but two spiral staircases that lift you up into the treetops
Seattle has a lot to offer city folk—a thriving job market, world-class culture, and all the pour-over coffee you can drink. But for those who need frequent and fast escapes from the metropolis, the shores and woods of Puget Sound's islands are only a boat ride away.
From the Florida coast to the Olympic Peninsula and down to Joshua Tree, here are 16 of America’s most amazing campsites.
Filmmakers Granite and Light took off with eight friends, four vans, and one furball for a holiday vacation in Baja
From sportfishing on massive inland seas to spelunking through otherworldly caverns, America’s heartland is also its unsung adventure hub
In this installment, More Than Just Parks features the Flathead Valley and its endless recreational opportunities
With an International Dark Sky Park, remote national parks and lakeshores, and spectacular state parks, it’s the perfect place to learn about the night sky
Whether you’re looking for high-country singletrack, craft beverages, or family fun, Breckenridge has you covered
Six reasons to play, eat, and drink in the iconic amber ale’s easy-living hometown
And it's on our bucket list
From snorkeling and shipwreck diving to exploring ruins and the country’s most remote national park, the Keys have enough outdoor fun to last a lifetime
From filmmaker Mark Kronemeyer, ‘Baja California Sur’ documents his journey to find empty spaces and wildlife in the Baja landscape.
With mild temps, blue skies, and exceptionally good road cycling and mountain biking, it’s the best place to ride all winter long
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Former pro cyclist Kathryn Bertine is inspiring, mentoring, and supporting female professional athletes Tucson, Arizona
Tucson, Arizona local Kathyrn Bertine shares her story as part of a partnership with Visit Arizona.
Researchers are calling the majestic forest the Shangri-la of conservation acquisitions
Deep in the Monashee Mountains of British Columbia, there’s a backcountry lodge called the Blanket Glacier Chalet
For starters: the family-friendly ski resort is huge, there are rarely lift lines, and it's easy to get to
The Arizona native and Navajo Nation member is helping build an outdoor industry with native people on tribal lands
Southern Arizona's Cochise Stronghold has a rich history, unique flora and fauna, and tons of outdoor recreation possibilities
Thanks to a slew of major upgrades up and down the mountain, the iconic resort is now more family friendly than ever
‘Dixie’ features its namesake national forest, in southwest Utah, and takes the viewer through two million acres of endless vistas
Arizona native and Navajo Nation member Len Necefer shares his story as part of a partnership with Visit Arizona.
With tons of snow and miles and miles of groomed trails, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, has some of the best fat biking in the West
Night sky photographer Harun Mehmedinovic shares his story as part of a partnership with Visit Arizona.
For night sky photographer Harun Mehmedinovic, Arizona has a truly awesome dark side
Three ways to explore this national monument’s slot canyons, arches, and swirling sandstone
Photographer Mike Rogge teamed up with Jeff Thomas to shoot a fall foliage film in Vermont’s lush and colorful mountains
Avoid the Northeast's traffic-clogged roads and get out on foot or bike at these lesser-known leaf-peeping destinations
Bow-hunting anterless whitetail deer on the Yellowstone River—on a budget
Filmmakers Will and Jim Pattiz are on a mission to document our astoundingly beautiful public lands.
Bucket list-worthy rides to add to your list
Classroom time isn't so bad when you're building fly-fishing rods in Virginia or barbecuing in the Lone Star State
How to turn Tinseltown into a mountain town
The best runs, rides, climbs, and places to refuel in the city of eternal summer
Green beer isn’t just for Saint Patrick’s day. The craft-beer industry is growing with the planet in mind.
Great places to live don’t just happen—they’re made. We talked to experts around the country to find out exactly what the most livable towns are doing to rev up the local economy and attract adventure-loving residents.
Developers want rivers lined with high-rises and environmentalists want reintroduction of native grasses. A successful waterfront revitalization needs both.
The next generation of socially conscious developers are fighting to make sure downtown revitalization doesn’t just benefit the wealthy