ADVENTURE

  • Named after the mileage of the Pacific Crest Trail, the Danner Trail 2650 ($150) has been gear editor Jeremy Rellosa’s go-to warm-weather hiker. With lugs...

  • Nature guide Brad Einstein of Tree Huggers has a humorous encounter with a Lone Star Tick Source link...

  • Le Boss traveled to Santa Fe, New Mexico, on July 3 to launch this year’s edition of THEMOVE, his daily podcast covering the 2019 Tour de France for Outside. If...

  • In June 2016, pro cyclist Alison Tetrick faced a panel of Specialized Bicycles’ saddle designers—most of them men—and invented a slew of euphemisms for “labia.”...

  • About two years ago, Charles Merritt and Jay Paul, both singletrack cyclists, river runners, skiers, snowboarders, and adventure racers who live in Richmond, Vi...

  • As you may be aware, Outside has recently made a lot of new friends in the trail running community, thanks to an article that suggested that the demographic sho...

  • I feel like my standards are reasonable. All I expect from summer clothing is that it fits perfectly, feels like pajamas, holds up to vigorous abrasion, keeps m...

  • There’s nothing wrong with resting on Sunday, but if you’re like us, the best way to recharge for the week is by spending a full day with your family outside. N...

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  • In 2005, gear retailer Evo was enjoying healthy growth as an internet startup when founder Bryce Phillips made a curious choice: he opened a storefront in Seatt...

  • The ‘Out of Bounds’ crew makes a stop at Jeremy Jones’s beautiful home mountain in Lake Tahoe, California. Jones and director Caspar Mazzotti talk a...

  • There are, in very broad terms, two types of scientific advance worth writing about. Some findings tug back nature’s veil to reveal something new about the inef...

  • Though a vocal segment of cyclists still decry e-bikes as lazy, demand continues to swell. That’s partly because the technologies are improving so rapidly: moto...

  • People of Water, set in Colorado and Hawaii, profiles Rob Prechtl and the U.S. Men’s Rafting team as they train in a new-to-them discipline of paddling&md...

  • In recent years, a grassroots movement of physicians have begun prescribing time outdoors as the best possible treatment for a growing list of ailments, from an...

  • I live just over 18 miles from, and 1,345 feet in elevation below, my office in Santa Fe. The drive takes about 20 minutes, but I need a good hour and a half wh...

  • Our editorial fellow Taylor Gee walks us through the things he wishes he would have known before thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail last ye...

  • Eric Jackson doesn’t know what’s going to happen to his body as he ages. But he has some theories. Conventional wisdom be damned, the world champion...

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  • Recently, I looked through the photos of my Great Western Loop trip in 2007. My, my—I had such a small and light pack. But the trend has been moving in the wron...