Gear to make landing lunkers easy, no shooting required

These runners-up to the 2019 Outside Summer Buyer’s Guide will help you make perfect casts to perfect fish

Gear so capable, the trout will practically come to you

Smart looks and smarter design make this jacket the first thing we reach for when we head out the door

The raccoon became stranded on a building in St. Paul, Minnesota, earlier this week and is now climbing the UBS Tower

Walk softly and carry the right stick.

Active feet need love, too

A new poll of eight Western states reveals that most people are actually on the same page about public lands, renewable energy, and the importance of outdoor recreation

Continuing the tradition of Tom Morgan's signature smooth feel, only 50 of these new rods have been made. Without even casting it, I know it's amazing.

A new survey across the Department of the Interior shows that it’s not just the National Park Service plagued by these issues

New documents suggest that President Trump's Monday announcement will involve downsizing the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments by nearly a million acres each

A newly-released survey finds a culture that discourages victims from speaking out

A team of some of the top mountaineers attempt the first ski descent of the world's fifth-highest peak.

He made it from advanced base camp to the summit in 17 hours

The longtime guide with Alpine Ascents summited for the 21st time on May 27, tying Apa Sherpa and Phurba Tashi for the most summits on the world's highest mountain

The most expensive, complex, and risky recover mission in the mountain's history is about to get underway—and that's a mistake

Ribs, brisket, salmon. The best cookers do it all.

Snag that monster brown you’ve been chasing.

Everything you and your pal need for the best summer ever

The famed climber, who was known for his speed ascents, fell on Sunday, April 30, while preparing for a new route on Everest

We added up the miles we drove and flew to ski this year—and discovered just how terrible our obsession is for the planet

The company will work with KSL Capital Partners to form a new business to manage the resorts

Jim Shepard’s latest collection takes a hard look at characters confronting extraordinary—and often cataclysmic—environmental situations

The Army Corps of Engineers has been directed to grant the final easement that stands in the pipeline’s way, presenting the Standing Rock movement with its first real challenge

So beautiful you won’t want to take it onto the water

The comedian, actor, and author of the new woodworking book 'Good Clean Fun' talks about one of his favorite projects—a canoe paddle

If you’re willing to work hard, conquer your fears, and maybe don some superhero spandex, anything is possible

Decoding your cool-off strategy at the bar

We found the guide-worthy gear. The fishing skill is all on you.

The 100-mile stretch along the Gulf Coast is full of adventure

The singer’s new album comes after a two-year deep dive into the wild

The runner was a well loved member of the community

Authorities have called off the official search for Randy Bilyeu, but treasure hunters continue to comb the area for leads

A rollicking new book examines the extraordinary, nearly forgotten life of the american scout and adventurer

The five elite athletes on the team share their first-descent plans and expedition concerns

Even the staunchest anti-runner can't say no to a puppy with energy to burn

It's technically allowed, but it may be nearly impossible.

In his latest book, 'Missoula', the writer who became famous for diving deep into true tales of human tragedy uses a college town in Montana to underscore the national issue of college sexual assault.

Avoids path where avalanche killed 16 Sherpas in 2014

New books to reach for, whether you're of the mind that everything is going to be okay, or that everything is terrible all the time

Sanborn Canoe's paddles are so pretty, we almost don't want to get them wet.

Our test subject spends two uncomfortable weeks getting too close to everyone in his life

A new 48 Hours documentary looks into the death of an American multimillionaire—and the bizarre trial of his wife.

One of Michigan's most acclaimed craft breweries—and the beer geniuses behind it—will be taking center stage in a new History Channel reality show.

It all started with the wooden dories. Years of research, many boat trips through the Grand Canyon's rapids, and one award-winning book later, the author shares what that incredible place means to him.

How a dedicated group of denim and apparel companies are ushering in a new age of American craftsmanship

A medium-fast fly rod that's affordable and good looking

Climbing Sherpas suffer the highest mortality rate on Mount Everest. We ran the numbers, and the results will shock you.

As a teenager, I began sponsoring a poverty-stricken boy in the Caribbean. Twelve years and thousands of dollars later I flew down to meet him—and to learn if my efforts did any good at all.

Welcome to Telluride, the best little stoner town in America

Deep Wood Press releases limited-edition prints of Mike Delp's poem.

How Sandra Steingraber is leading the war against hydraulic fracking

Ann Bender will once again be tried for the murder of her husband, an American financier who built a lavish mansion in the wilds of Costa Rica. This is what we know.

End summer right. Celebrate Labor Day with our make-your-own backyard pentathlon.

An upper-crust seafood sandwich gets democratic (Plus: How to make your own Baja lobster roll)

The director of HBO's fracking documentary talks environment, contamination, and community

And we mean "trips" in the literal sense. Our contributors share their most-loved, go-to spots across the U.S.

When he isn't guiding world-renowned photographers, psychologists, and Hollywood acting coaches, Chris Dombrowski is writing. We caught up with him on the occasion of his new book.

The surfing legend is not entirely sure where that number came from or how accurate it is—"I don't measure waves," he told us—but he is sure of one thing: This was one of the most dangerous situations he's ever been in

There are a lot of firsts nowadays, and Erden Eruc's voyage was the first thing to inspire Jonah Ogles in a while

Despite the condemnation, the novelty of exotic pets still hasn't diminished.

This is exactly what I've always wanted to do. Belinda Bain bought a mountain in Big Bear Lake, CA and built a zipline so she could glide down the side of it at 45 mph. The project reportedly cost…

From fresh, tropical milkshakes to buffalo steaks the size of your head, we dug up the best chow near America’s national parks.

Seventy percent of the planet is water, but only 1.17 percent—1.63 million square miles—of that is protected. Compare that with the eight million square miles of land set aside and it's clear we have a long way to go. Here's where we should start.