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16 Epic Photos of Exploring Norway's Fjords & Mountains in Fall

16 Epic Photos of Exploring West Norway's Fjords & Mountains in Fall

Reflecting on a culture deeply steeped in outdoor traditions while exploring fjords and traversing mountainsides in Western Norway

How Surfing Taught Journalist Johnie Gall Her Place in Nature

How Surfing Helped Journalist Johnie Gall Find Her Place in the Natural World

Learning to take accountability and embrace natural fibers to help preserve our oceans for everyone

A Local’s Guide to Trad Climbing in Yosemite National Park

Trad Climbing in Yosemite National Park, Explained on 35mm Film

A rundown of cams, nuts, anchors, leaders, and more in the context of climbing Central Pillar of Frenzy, a Middle Cathedral Rock classic

A Local's Guide to Backpacking Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park

A Local's Guide to Backpacking Mount Assiniboine, Canada's Iconic Matterhorn

Stunning film photography, gear essentials, and do's & don'ts for backpacking one of Canada's most legendary backcountry trails

How Olympic Runner Sarah Attar Finds Her Rhythm in the Sierra

How 2x Olympian Sarah Attar Found Her Secret to Training in the Mountains

Testing a personal ecosystem of Icebreaker merino wool apparel over 7 days on the trails around Mammoth Lakes, CA

An Obsessive Adventurer's Ode to Gas Station Coffee

A Totally Sane Argument for Embracing Gas Station Coffee As Adventure Fuel

For late night sends and early morning adventures, nothing fuels excitement quite like a $1.69 cup of cut rate black gold

Q&A: Photographer Brian Kelley on New Book, PARKS

New Book Captures 100+ Years of National Parks' Graphic Design

Over 300 pieces of park maps, brochures, and printed materials creates a visual archive for outdoor enthusiasts and design nerds alike

A Visual Guide to Climbing Castle Rock, a Bay Area Proving Ground

A Guide to the Polarizing Climbing Area That Spawned Some of the World's Best

An hour south of San Francisco exists a sandstone Mecca for boulderers, loved by many and loathed by maybe more

This Week's Best Articles, From Around the Web

The Best New Articles From Around the Web This Week

Greta arrives in NYC, CNN's clever climate solution quiz, Faroe Islands' running pastor, and more

Good Reads: Six Print Publications Worth Reading This Summer

6 Adventure-Inspired Books to Read Before Summer Ends

Tenkara with Yvon Chouinard, the Pacific Crest Trail illustrated, Bushcraft survival skills, the future of outdoor lifestyle, and more

Q&A: MT Sobek Co-Founder Richard Bangs on 50 Years of Adventure

The Father of Adventure Travel Says to Protect We Must Explore

The MT Sobek co-founder discusses 50 years in the travel business, the call of wild places, and the big-picture problems of travel on a choking planet

Q&A: Indigenous Film Photographer Judianne Thomson

Indigenous Photog Judianne Thomson on Instagram Tourism & Nudes in Nature

The outspoken artist on shooting nudes, how to explore without a colonialist mentality, and the ongoing fight against social media creeps

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