After 21 ultrarunners died in a trail race in May, the Chinese government responded dramatically, and many are worried about the future of the adventure sports boom that’s been taking place there
Long-distance running has exploded there, but responsible oversight of trail races has been extremely inconsistent—including, it seems, at the event last weekend in Gansu Province, where 21 runners died in a sudden storm
With more participants in ultramarathons, more competitors are experiencing the joy of hallucinations and other ailments. Exile Medics steps into a newly necessary role.
Get ready to hike very, very slowly and stop your car for every LBJ you see
Gear companies like Arc'teryx and Gore are desperately seeking ways to enter the approximately $15 billion market. They're making headway, but distributors say they still have a lot to learn.
For a picturesque Tibetan village, an increase in tourists represents a complicated past and an uncertain future
A new report card ranks the Mountain West based on access, recreation, and responsible energy development
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Breaking down the numbers behind the catastrophic California fires
This simple piece of gear is easily overlooked but absolutely essential