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Do's & Don'ts for Backpacking California's Epic John Muir Wilderness
13 Film Photos Prove the John Muir Wilderness Is a Backpacker's Dream

A 4th of July escape from Yosemite crowds deep in the high alpine lake lands of Sierra & Inyo National Forests

The 15 Best Rock Climbing Pants to Help You Send in Style
15 Best Climbing Pants for Men and Women That Blend Style, Function & Durability

All you need to know about what to wear while climbing, plus our top picks for the most functional, stylish climbing pants from around the globe

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

Dodging Forest Fires Southbound on the Iconic Pacific Crest Trail
Dodging Forest Fires Southbound in Oregon on the Iconic PCT

Lessons learned from a last second, five-day backpacking trip through desolate Central Oregon

Why I Train for City Marathons on Mountain Trails
Why This Olympian Trains for Marathons on Mountain Trails

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

47 Rock Climbing Terms & Lingo Every Climber Should Know
47 Rock Climbing Terms Every New Climber Should Know

All the beta you need to send your project and not bail at the crux, wether in the bouldering gym or at your local outdoor crag

Q&A: Clay Shank, the Filmmaker Who Skated From SF to Mexico
Meet the Filmmaker Who Skated 700 Miles From SF to Mexico

The activist skated 700 miles from San Francisco to Mexico to learn how to make the world a better place

Q&A: Alex Honnold on Heroes, Death & Free Soloing 3200' El Capitan
Alex Honnold on Heroes, Death & His Free Solo of El Cap

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

A Humbling Holiday at Rocklands,  South Africa's Sandstone Mecca
Bouldering at Rocklands, South Africa's Sandstone Mecca

Two passionate sport climbers ascend on one of the world's most notorious bouldering areas to camp, climb, and bask in the atmosphere

Q&A: Poler Outdoor Stuff Founder & Designer Benji Wagner
Q&A: Poler Stuff Co-Founder & Designer Benji Wanger

The Portland, Oregon-based tinkerer on the shifting outdoor industry and using social media to connect with adventurers around the world

Let My People Go Surfing, 10 More Years of Business Unusual
Book Report: Let My People Go Surfing

Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard's seminal book gets a refresh, continues to inspire

U.S. National Parks May Soon Have Broadband, And I Say Bring It On
Op-Ed: U.S. National Parks May Soon Have Wi-Fi...

Why establishing cell service in national parks is a great idea, and not just for the social media-obsessed

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