This unlikely climbing crew hasn't let age stop them from having a good time. In fact, some things are better than ever. We asked them how they do it.

How are independent outdoor shops retaining employees—not to mention morale and integrity—in a pinched hiring market?

What a witches’ year taught me about our relationship to wild places

A couple and their one-year-old child were found less than two miles from their car in the Sierra National Forest, with no obvious trauma. Authorities finally determined the cause of death.

The British Columbia Supreme Court mandated that law enforcement leave the front lines, in part due to its failure to uphold civil liberties

Many Canadians think old-growth forests are protected from logging. Turns out, Indigenous people and a scrappy band of activists called the Rainforest Flying Squad are all that stands between Vancouver Island’s last old growth and logging companies.

You might think that British Columbia’s oldest forests are protected from commercial interests. You’re wrong.

British Columbia is in the midst of a major surge in coronavirus cases, forcing resorts to shutter early

In 1986, Sharon Wood became the first North American woman to climb the world's tallest peak. Now she's opening up about her experience—on and off the mountain.

Here's what it takes to get yourself on top of Denali, from Salt Lake City, without a single motor

Exposure to extreme environments can change our DNA. Everest climbers—and their twins—are the perfect study subjects.

Even if you don’t own a dog! (Yes, this is possible.)

The founder of Native Women's Wilderness talks about how she developed her organization and how far we still have to go

Jan Redford's 'End of the Rope' doesn't shy away from the author's climbing, relationship, and career pains—which makes it a refreshing new contribution to the canon

How to prepare physically and mentally before tackling your first wall

Surfing in Morocco