After 2,652 miles, 400,000 feet in elevation gain, and more than 51 days, the ultrarunner finished his PCT thru-hike
The pandemic continues to complicate hopes for a normal season on the world’s highest mountain
The latest film adaptation of Jack London's classic novel is a kid-friendly reminder that wild spaces are important. Harrison Ford, the film's star, is a bit more blunt.
Doctors told Trey Cate he'd never walk again after Iraq. Now he's organizing the most ambitious thru-hike of the decade.
We drove to Mexico and filled our thermoses with margaritas (for gear testing)
Cory McDonald's main goal was to restore his health on the Pacific Crest Trail. Becoming a YouTube star, getting stalked, and meeting the perfect girl were just exhilarating extras.
Yes, you should fly less, but it's complicated. Here's a guide to when you should take a plane, when you shouldn't, and how to be a more conscious traveler.
A new app that connects to your iPhone's pedometer will track your progress on the AT as if you were thru-hiking with 2,000 other people
Forget haunted houses and corn mazes. Head out to the woods instead, where the real scares await.
The odds of dying from a falling tree are still small but maybe not as small as they used to be. Here's why—and what to do about it.
Marion Mauran's documentary Elevation Change is an honest and compelling look at the ambitions of a young man thru-hiking to raise money for Parkinson's disease
Make the most out of this year's Public Lands Day on Saturday, September 28th by visiting the parks with the highest entrance fees
These simple packing steps will go a long way (like, 2,000 miles long) to making you a less burdened traveler
Outdoor companies and major athletes are showing their support for the worldwide Youth Climate Strike today
Two years after his disputed back-to-back summit of the world's tallest mountain, alpinist and ultrarunner Kilian Jornet has received a permit to climb Everest again this fall. If he plans to go for another record, he's not telling people.
Morgan's Diner doesn't charge a dime for a gourmet meal, but it'll still cost you
Authorities are searching for a vandal who wrecked a popular tourist destination in Squamish, B.C.
A new organization thinks eminent domain is the answer to protecting the national scenic trail system. Other advocates think that idea is counterproductive.
After several months and thousands of miles, Outside's Taylor Gee knows what works and what doesn't
Guthook Guides' maps and crowdsourced information have made hiking the PCT and AT immeasurably easier. But is that a good thing?