Hey, splitboarders! This one’s for you
He said, “If you don’t do it this year, you’ll just be another year older when you do.” This year’s annual film is an ode to the man, the myth, the legend: Warren Miller, himself.
A splitboard-specific expedition grant for women, in honor of the life and effervescence of Liz Daley.
The 13th iteration of this annual rock climbing film tour tells stories of some of the world’s most famous climbers addressing their goals and fears and joy in Jordan, Antarctica, the US, and the gym.
Submit a book for consideration to win one of the most prestigious awards in all of outdoor and adventure writing. The 2018 honoree will be named at the Kendal Mountain Festival in November.
If you want to float Deso-Gray on the Green River in 2019, now’s the time to get your application in.
The permit application process for the Middle Fork of the Salmon, one of the original Wild and Scenic Rivers designated in 1968.
The permit application process for Hells Canyon of the Snake River, the deepest gorge in North America.
A 50-mile or 100-mile gravel grinder outside of Olympia, Washington, with a dozen or so of your closest friends. Expect gloomy skies, wet winter weather, and the general good cheer of other folks who don’t want cycling season to end.
A rare “sure thing” among Western river permits, Canyonlands National Park offers a reservation system and grants all applicants a permit for flatwater trips and Cataract Canyon.
Be prepared for the intermittent closures of some climbing routes on Devil’s Tower so falcons can nest in peace. And in June, please consider respecting a full cultural closure.
For decades, the conventional wisdom has been that the origin of the high five occurred between Dusty Baker and Glenn Burke of the Los Angeles Dodgers in Dodger Stadium on October 2, 1977, the last day of the regular season. In the sixth inning, Dusty …
“This is a region of marvelous lakes, towering peaks, vast glaciers and deep, narrow fiords. Few people know these wonderful mountains, yet no one who goes there but comes away filled with enthusiasm for their wild and singular beauty.”