Jim Bridwell was a big-wall legend and renowned pioneer of McGuyver-style climbing innovations. Our hearts go out to Bridwell’s friends and family. He’ll be missed.
From the Cascades to the Blue Ridge Mountains, these scenic waterfalls are some of our favorite spring destinations.
The California State Park Commission has a dream to create a three-thousand-mile trail that would loop from San Diego County to the Oregon border and back along the Coastal Range. While it’s yet to be fully completed, here are the best spots so far.
In September 2017, hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico leaving a wake of catastrophe. Bryant Huffman and his fellow Puerto Rican climbing guides are getting resourceful, using their ropes and gear not to just bolt new routes, but to pull their island out of disaster.
Russia's first big wave surfer, Andrey Karr, looks elsewhere for his thrills when Nazare isn't firing.
Are your plans of skiing melting away with this winter's shortage of snow? Here are a few other ways to pass your time while you pray for powder.
After 20 years of hard work, the world’s largest donation of privately held land is official. Kristine Tompkins—the co-founder of Tompkins Conservation, along with her late husband Doug Tompkins—handed over slightly more than a million acres of land to Chile.
This nonprofit organization is helping women and girls get outside, chase their mountain dreams, and be the raddest outdoor athletes they can be.