Alison Van Houten
We prioritized natural beauty—and lack of crowds
Yolanda Davis-Overstreet is fighting for safer streets and mobility justice in the marginalized communities of Los Angeles
From Alabama to Wyoming, we found the best off-grid sites for chilling out, escaping the hordes, and finding adventure
An ode to the easy, breezy wardrobe staple
Vasu Sojitra didn't let an amputation stop him from skiing or climbing. Now he's turning his attention to advocacy.
With over 8,000 different "sustainable" hotel certifications, how do you know what's greenwashing and what's the real deal? We consulted experts to find out.
The founder of the organization Disabled Hikers is making the outdoor industry more accessible one trail guide at a time
Reachable only by boat, this remote Pacific atoll is inhabited by descendants of a footloose Englishman. The idyllic vibe is unmistakable, but it's tested by the realities of living in a very vulnerable place in a warming world.
The LQ139 has everything I need and nothing I don't
Two new books, 'The Fate of Food' and 'The Way We Eat Now,' look at diet on a global level for a complementary view of our changing food systems
Paperwork? Fuggetaboutit. From Brazil to Thailand, just get a ticket and go.
Marin Sardy's first memoir is a thoughtful, sometimes heartbreaking look at life with her brother and mother, who both suffered mental illness
The Points Guy is hooking up one fortunate traveler with $13,000 worth of airline points
Spending time in the kitchen shouldn't feel like a chore
Sporks may be controversial, but this one won us over
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Rendezvous promises to help find the best—and cheapest—places to meet in the middle
A recent Camber study on gender equity exposes discrimination in the outdoors, especially in the bike industry