Three plane fuselages in a Montana river might seem like a problem, but there’s more to the accident than meets the eye.
With a little help from Make-A-Wish, Yosemite’s first honorary park ranger earns his keep and proves his strength
A growing number of trail runners are finding a new way to test themselves—without race fees, bibs, or finish line chutes—in search of virgin trail and new course records.
GPS locator SPOT launched in 2007—and has already notched 3,000 rescues
The volcanic remains at the heart of Aniakchak National Monument—the least visited site in the national park system—are a trippy mishmash of postapocalyptic cinder cones, hardened lava, and flame-colored walls. The only catch? Doing it right involves days of trekking and rafting through some of the planet’s toughest, most bear-heavy terrain.
The outdoors can be deadly if you're unprepared. But these gear items will help you make it home alive—even if everything else goes wrong.
Huston just left the country for his expedition to Ellesmere Island
Taking the bus to Mother Nature.
Outside reviews the best adventure gear for man’s best friend.
There are certain skills every Outside guy should possess. For this, the first installment of our four-part fundamentals series, we address the basics of adventure.
What are your thoughts on reality survival shows? Can one learn any skills of value or are these largely staged? Tammy San Diego, California
Which compass is better, the Silva Ranger or the Suunto MC-2? JonahtHuntington New York
You, too, can own a share of Henry VIII's sunken flatware—for $50,000. That is, if you cut a deal with Barry Clifford, the Pirate Prince to some, the Underwater Antichrist to others.