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APPRECIATION: THE REVOLUTIONARY POWER OF MICROADVENTURES
Alastair Humphreys’ evangelism for accessible, everyday pursuits is bringing populist energy
to the outdoors.
MOMENTS: A CLEAN DIVIDE
When Tommy Caldwell chopped off his index finger, it looked like the end of his climbing career.
It turned out to be a new beginning.
THE DISAPPEARING SIERRA SUMMIT REGISTERS
On the trail of the fragile, valuable, and increasingly rare records of the Range of
Light’s climbing history.
By David Page
A brief and scary history of the outer edge of big-wave surfing.
By Nick Carroll
LIVING THE HUT LIFE
High alpine shelters are a lot more than refuges—they’re destinations in their own right.
By Brendan Leonard
SEEKING HARD DESERT TRUTH
In 1869, three men from the historic Powell expedition vanished. Were they killed by Mormons, Indians, or the unforgiving environment of the remote Arizona Strip?
By Jonathan Waterman
SAVAGE FROM ANY ANGLE
No amount of training or preparation can tame K2, the world’s toughest summit.
By Greg Child
PLUGGING INTO NATURE
One parent’s quest to raise analog kids in a digital age.
By Tom Clynes
ROUGH NOTES AND CURIOUS FRAGMENTS
The sketchbooks and journals of the world’s greatest explorers reveal acutely personal tales of discovery.
By Kari Herbert and Huw Lewis-Jones
NIGHT TRAIN TO THE DEVIL’S TEETH
After almost losing her leg, Kim Chambers braved cold, exhaustion, and giant sharks to become one of the world’s toughest ocean swimmers.
By Justin Housman
PORTFOLIO: THE WEATHERMAN
In Russia’s far north, a lone meteorologist is the last of his breed.
Photos by Evgenia Arbugaeva
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