Turn that vacay into a trail-running foray with these popular destination races

Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi’s new film, ‘Wild Life,’ captures the saga of Doug and Kristine Tompkins, whose devotion to conservation and each other led to the creation of extraordinary national parks in Chile and Argentina

At the end of my mother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s disease, I realized I needed to handle my sorrow the same way I approached athletic training

These science-backed hacks can help you lower your stress levels almost instantly

The writer learned to have patience with himself after a catastrophic first day as an amateur sheepherder

Our national parks are celebrating the season (aren’t we all?) with fun and immersive special events. We've mapped out our favorites, from photo classes to great music to getting dirty helping on a trail day.

In 2016, a wildfire jumped the Athabasca River and headed straight for Fort McMurray, an Alberta oil town 600 miles south of the Arctic Circle. In this excerpt from ‘Fire Weather: A True Story from a Hotter World,’ John Vaillant chronicles the moment the blaze enters town, forcing nearly 90,000 people to flee in what remains the largest, most rapid single-day evacuation in the history of modern fire.

Here’s how to maximize the benefits of that “hurts so good” feeling

The ultrarunner and endurance skier is open to whatever the mountain gives her—she wants to experience a new adventure and inspire other women to do the same

You’ve probably never appreciated hang time like this before

Race director Megan DeHaan partners ultrarunning and agriculture to celebrate and protect open space

Tips and tricks to keeping your food safe and your camp bear-free

Sponsor Content: Vermont Tourism

From outdoor adventure to sampling local food culture, here’s how to enjoy the Green Mountain State

After suffering from anxiety and depression for years, the wellness practitioner had a profound psychedelic experience that set her on a path to healing

It took 20 years of planning to open the new 190-mile Aquarius Trail bikepacking hut system in southern Utah’s spectacular wilderness, sandwiched between Bryce and Zion national parks. Stephanie Pearson saddles up for a wild ride.

Can’t take six months off to hike the PCT? We understand. Here’s how to take a big trip without getting fired.

Thru-hiking is for everyone—but if you really want to build your life around the trail, some careers make it easier than others

Tahoe residents are fighting a plan to turn Homewood Mountain Resort into a semi-private resort, limiting community access to the slopes

Physicians and researchers weigh in on the benefits and disadvantages of having hypermobile joints

The sad situation is a reminder to visitors to avoid handling wild animals

The legendary trail runner and mountaineer was trying to climb the world’s highest mountain from the West Ridge

These odd scraps of property tell us more about ourselves than we realize.

With brand new offerings from Chevy, Ford, GMC, and Toyota, this auto class has never been better, or more competitive. Our off-road expert explains why.

A quick, easy skirt-steak marinade with a pop of flavor and color

Kelly Murray, a certified pediatric and adult sleep consultant, shares what you need to know about this common habit

Our beloved pups have caused countless accidents, moments of horror, and sleepless nights

Virginia Sole-Smith’s new book, ‘Fat Talk: Parenting in the Age of Diet Culture,’ takes an unflinching look at fatphobia and how it affects our collective ideas about health

A group of young hikers used Apple’s Emergency SOS system to trigger a rescue

Got a few days off, a pair of healthy feet, and a pain threshold higher than Dean Karnazes? You can (possibly) blaze the length of America's Most Beautiful Trail.

For Mental Health Awareness Month, the Olympian partnered with the New York Road Runners to share the message that when it comes to mental health, it’s about progress, not perfection

After suffering a traumatic brain injury in a mountain-biking accident, they found their real estate job intolerable. Taking a bold chance at a new career changed everything.

L.A. chef and cookbook author Bricia Lopez gives us the tips and tricks to a Mexican-style grilling

Here are the builds we drooled over while combing the overlander gathering’s show space and parking lots

Our hiking columnist went to the AT’s legendary Trail Days this year with one mission—to figure out what hikers were and weren’t putting on their feet

Learning how to buy, cook, and eat meat after eight years of vegetarianism

Don’t have a cow about cooking steak. We’ve got you covered.

Kaitlyn Brann, 34, died after being struck on a popular route on May 12

The 2023 season should be full of record-breaking performances from the sport’s biggest stars. Here are the most important things to know.

When the mixed media artist feels alone, there’s one place that always offers her the comfort and support she needs: the wilderness

Learning how to buy, cook, and eat meat after eight years of vegetarianism

The iconic film festival is celebrating its 45th year this weekend. Here are the documentaries we’re most excited to watch.

A dish that fuels here, there, and everywhere

386 products to maximize fun in the sun

We asked 13 testers to take the plunge on this year's newest fleet of watercraft. These boats floated to the top.

Whether you’re bedding down in a state forest campground or deep in the wilderness, these nine sleeping bags will keep you warm and cozy

These adventure-ready rigs will help you stay out longer

Our favorite hard hats of the year are so light and comfortable, there’s no excuse to climb without one

Six testers tried out 8 trekking poles. These ones came out on top.

23 testers snoozed on nineteen pads. These are the very best of the year.

We asked 10 testers to try 16 climbing shoes. These came out on top.

Put your head down and go with these lids

Three testers tried eight swimsuits. These came out on top.

Nine testers waded through more than eighty pieces of gear to winnow down the six best products for summer exercise

Four testers logged over 1,000 miles in 10 pairs of sunglasses. These stood out from the pack.

Eight testers tried fifteen bags. These ones came out on top.

We tested dozens of pieces of apparel on all types of runs—short and long, slow and fast, road and trail, from New Mexico to New Hampshire. These emerged as our favorites.

6 testers tried 15 bikes. These ones came out on top.

Five yogis tested the latest yoga apparel and equipment during dozens of hours of diverse practice to find the pieces that will optimize your yoga experience

We’re living in the golden age of digital image making

Modern mountain bikes are insanely capable

We surfed, ran, and swam our hearts out—and these three winners rose to the top

We tapped a gaggle of testers—from a search and rescue pro to an aspiring tennis star—to sort the top sport watches for any activity

Twelve testers ran, trekked, and squatted in 45 products to find this summer’s best new hiking pants and shorts.

We dunked 19 filters across the country, from silty streams in California’s Agua Caliente Creek to clear lakes in Washington’s Olympic Mountains, to find the year’s best.

12 testers road-tripped over 8,200 miles with 45 car camping accessories in their trunks. These ten survived the long haul.

We tested 88 running shorts and tops over hundreds of miles of roads and trails in summer heat and humidity. These 11 kept us feeling the most comfortable, speedy, and stylish.

SUPs has become a crowded field, so we narrowed the field down to this year’s four stand-out winners

Climb on with confidence with these tester approved harnesses

Looking to make quick work out of your daily commute? Look no further than these four e-bikes built for the streets.

Nine kids trashed 38 pieces of gear. These 5 survived the season.

Twelve testers put 33 boots to rock, dirt, and sand. These nine vaulted to the top.

Get down the trail safer and in style

Our team of testers vetted 37 cooking gadgets. These five are worthy of your precious trunk space.

We hiked, ran, skied, and climbed through the night to find the best illumination of the year

Accessories for the beaten path and beyond

We wore a dozen different bras for hours of high- and low-impact activities. These were our favorites.

We reviewed 386 pieces of gear. But these ones stood above.

5 testers tried 14 bikes. These ones came out on top.