Short Film "Climb Your Dreams" Captures the Mental Escape of Climbing

New Short Film Captures the Mental Escape of Climbing in NYC

Q&A with the film's director and subject on premiering at BANFF, Langston Hughes, and how to support POC in the outdoor space

A Backpacker's Guide to Eastern Oregon's Elkhorn Crest Trail

A Backpacker's Guide to Eastern Oregon's Remote Elkhorn Crest Trail

6 hours east of Portland exists an alpine paradise of rugged mountains, pristine lakes, and unpredictable weather

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

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

New Book Silent Kingdom, Aims to Inspire Change With Photography

Light, Shadow, and Poetic Sea Life in Stunning New Photo Book

Mind melting, dreamlike underwater photography by Mexico City-based diver and conservationist Christian Vizl

This Minimalist Wood A-Frame Is a Treehouse for Adults

This Treehouse Inspired A-Frame Embodies Carefree Summer Fun

An endearing Swedish summer house with massive windows, plywood interiors, and a climbable facade, by architect Leo Qvarsebo

Vanlife Diaries Book Documents a New Generation of Nomads

New Book Vanlife Diaries Documents a New Nomadic Generation

200 pages of dreamy converted camper vans, custom Sprinters, classic VW Buses and Vanagons, and more, photographed by James Barkman

New Hardcover Book Highlights 30+ Years of Creative Culture in Snowboarding

30+ Years of Snowboarding's Most Creative Icons Celebrated in New Hardcover Book

Acknowledging that individual style and creativity deserve a brighter spotlight than medal count for once

The Future of Urban Salmon is Looking Up

How Vancouver, BC Brought Urban Salmon Back From the Brink

One biologist's two-year effort to document the return of salmon in the Metro Vancouver watershed is proving fruitful

Into the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness

Feature: Backpacking Montana's Beartooth Mountains

Lessons learned from four days in Montana with Mystery Ranch

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

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

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

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