Features

Interviews with athletes, designers, industry insiders, and more, plus op-eds when contributors really have something to say

Welcome to Field Mag 2.0

Welcome to Field Mag 2.0

Introducing the new and improved Field Mag—new design, refreshed logo, same great original content

Why I Train for City Marathons on Mountain Trails

Why This Two-Time Olympian Trains in the Mountains for Marathons in Cities

Professional runner Sarah Attar on the profound effects of embracing nature as an athlete and artist

Clockin’ Vert and Crunchin’ Dirt: A First Timer’s Guide to Mountain Biking in Fernie, B.C.

Clockin’ Vert and Crunchin’ Dirt: A First Timer’s Guide to MTB

How pro snowboarder Austen Sweetin learned to love mountain biking—and discovered one of the last true mountain towns at the same time

Q&A: Alex Honnold on Heroes, Death, and His Historic 3,200-foot Free Solo of El Capitan

Alex Honnold on Heroes, Death, and His Historic 3,200-Foot Free Solo of El Cap

The world's premier free solo climber lives in a van and thinks life insurance is a scam

Pan-American Trail Part Two: Climbing Denali

What It's Like to Climb Denali, North America's Highest Peak

Frostbite, altitude sickness, weeklong storms, near-death missteps, and sheer boredom—adventure photographer James Barkman recounts a 16-day summit effort to 20,310 feet

Why I Ditched Digital to Embrace Film Photography

Why I Ditched Digital to Embrace Film Photography

Professional photographer Natalie Allen lays out why she switched to analog image making, and how it changed the way she shoots

Op-Ed: The Power of Camping as Vacation

Op-Ed: Why You Don't Need That Fancy Retreat

Time spent car camping around California inspires a conversation on the importance of inclusion and power of nature in escaping burnout

Q&A: Artist and Designer David Buckley Borden and the Hemlock Hospice

Q&A: Artist David Buckley Borden and the Hemlock Hospice

How the demise of the eastern hemlock at the mouth of an invasive insect inspired a site-specific installation created to educate the masses about ecology and climate change

Pan-American Trail Part One: The Alaskan Highway

Motorcycling the Toughest Highway in North America

Adventure photographer James Barkman sets off toward Alaska on a 30,000-mile motorcycle mission to climb peaks across the Americas

Tanner Goods has Vintage to Sell and a Story to Tell

Tanner Goods has Vintage to Sell and a Story to Tell

The Portland-based lifestyle purveyor introduces BĀS, a collection of rare vintage military garms backed by a science fiction storyline worth buying into

How to Lasso a Lightning Bolt: Fishing for Steelhead in Oregon

How to Lasso a Lightning Bolt in Oregon

In search of illusive sea-run rainbow trout in the dark and damp heart of the Pacific Northwest

Letting Wanderlust Lead the Way in Antarctica

A Love Letter to Antarctica, And Why You Need to Visit ASAP

Photographer Jenn Emerling and father discover moments of magic at the end of the Earth

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