Be charmed by this eccentric Swedish adventurer
Brendan Leonard ran 100 miles and made a film about it. It's as awesome as you'd expect.
Training begins at birth and never stops.
How one of skiing's most recognizable faces became a force for change.
Lustenberger skis the first descent of Black Friar in British Columbia
For years, starry-eyed initiates to the West’s backcountry have packed along classics like John Muir’s My [...]
Zen gliding through a magic forest.
Be swept away for a few minutes by the breathtaking imagery of Canada's wildest places
Hike a 3,000-mile trail in only four minutes
João de Macedo, a big-wave surfer from Portugal, has spent the last few years busily earning himself a place on
Here are social media's top ten freeskiers.
When you only know how to do one thing, you do the darn thing.
It's not an adventure until things go wrong, and, yes, it was an adventure.
Cartoon-form Alex Honnold is plenty inspiring too.
Snowboarder Jeremy Jones connects the surfing and snowboarding dots
Craig Fowler hiked AT, PCT, and Continental Divide and pedaled Tour Divide, the Colorado Trail Race, and the [...]
This short film explores the mystery of how the lousiest waves can produce the most stoked surfers.
The short video is a love letter to UK brand's backyard.
Brown's works inspired thousands of surf travel adventures
Tierra del Fuego native Don Germán hosts visitors, fights depredation, and lives the dream.
When you rip that fast, your to-do list gets done quicker.
This short film looks at one of the most enviable outdoor jobs out there.
Yes, winter is coming, but be sustained through this warm-weather singletrack run
Alastair Humphreys bugs out to a Scottish bothy after one too many distractions.
And what it was like riding first generation Salsas and a whole bunch more from back in the day.
This the rare short film that transcends the tropes of city, surf, and urban surfing.
With his new initiative, Stacy Bare wants to change the way we see war.
Perhaps some things are better left a mystery.
Tom Wallisch's latest takes home top award at Banff Mountain Film Festival
A team of amputees sets their sights on Ecuador's third-highest volcano.
It's not that commercial skis are overrated, it's that handcrafting is under...
Benchetler surfs with Rob Machado, climbs with Emily Harrington, skis with Sean Pettit and more in this documentary
They rode 4,700 miles and picked up 2,130 pounds of trash. How much will you do today?
So, it snowed recently…
Tentbound, two iconic climbers talk about life. Then, they climb.
The former Interior Secretary speaks on public lands 'nonsense' and how the outdoor industry is woke.
Gleich confronts tragedy, harassment to notch major accomplishment in Utah's high peaks.
A beginner's guide to getting your butt on the road...or trail.
Danny Hess shares his insight—and his new Santa Cruz cabin workshop hidden in the woods.
It took 60 days and enough vertical gain to enter outer space.
...and things don't go as planned. Oh, no, they do not.
The founder of Skida founder mountain biked through the Himalaya to meet her business partners–goats and [...]
A gorgeous video explores the Lofoten islands and the profound impact they had on the California photographer.
Writer Daniel Duane says good riddance to some of Yosemite's questionably named sites.
Obi Kaufmann paints his way through the Golden State in his new California Field Atlas
How does averaging almost 50 miles a day sound? This 25-year-old thru-hiker also set a speed record on the PCT.
Whether you're lugging tires, bowling balls, or old Clif bar wrappers, these epic cleanups should provide [...]
One of the oldest U.S. agencies has one of the coolest jobs. It's also super flippin' hot.
Click-click, kaching-kaching. For professional adventure athletes documenting life is a requirement. So, is [...]
A meditation on the kinds of injuries we just might not come back from.
Remember when "Where The Wild Things Play" exploded on your Facebook feed last month? Here’s how that happened.
Even if you've never ridden a mountain bike on man-made hits, you'll be moved by this ultra-visceral clip.
How does dropping a line from 18,000 feet all the way to the ocean sound to you?
A not-so-normal guy accomplishes the not-so-normal dream of skiing on the roof of North America. Alone. On [...]
Atlantic City, Wyoming, that is, population 57, elevation 7,675
For some, it's not just a hobby—it's a lifestyle.
Whatever you think of free-range parenting, it's hard to argue with the success of the small but growing [...]
Faced with the threat of death, she adopted an attitude that can inspire us all.
"Where she really excels is on steep, loamy singletrack..."
String up a hammock and relax with two new books on the magic of trout and fly fishing