Outdoors
Outdoors

Sealander Is the Floating Camper You Didn’t Know You Needed

Imagine a small boating trailer that can be hitched to a small car then easily set into the water. We're big fans.
Outdoors

Don’t Miss the Latest Snow Gear Deals of the Season

With the winter season coming to a close, it’s time to break out the patio furniture, dust off the bicycles, and buy some snow gear. Wait. Buy snow gear?
Outdoors

A Beginner’s Guide to Hiking the Vorarlberg Region of the Austrian Alps

While the Austrian Alps have been made famous by 'The Sound of Music,' there’s more to this area than twirling through alpine meadows.
Outdoors

Interview with Modern-Day Adventurer Hugo Turner, One-Half the Turner Twins

The Turner twins have made a name for themselves as “world first” adventurers, specializing in groundbreaking expeditions that raise awareness for medical research and environmental issues.
Outdoors

Beauer 3X Camping Trailer Expands From Pod to Palace in Just 20 Seconds

Towing one of these campers means no more cramping (cramped camping) in small trailers and no maneuvering massive gas-guzzling RVs.
Outdoors

Camp, Fish, and Actually Talk to Humans at Snow Peak Way 2019

How long has it been since you last got the recommended dose of nature bathing and happy hour around the campfire? Probably too long. Snow Peak can help.
Outdoors

Who Needs Hobbits? Journey Through 5 Real-Life Adventures Books

The books on our list of great nonfiction adventure books differ in topic and time period and are written in a range of different styles.
Travel

3 Mountain Bike Destinations to Put On Your Bucket List

These trails will test your skills the moment your tire hits the dirt.
Outdoors

6 Simple Camping Hacks for People Who Don’t Like Camping

These tips and tricks that can make roughing it a bit less rough.
Outdoors

Kammok Says This Is the Ultimate Ultralight Backpacking Hammock

The Kammok Mantis is an all-in-one hammock system that could replace your backpacking tent.
Culture

12 Best Running Trails in America, According to People Who Run for a Living

From miles of mystic forest to a gnarly peak-to-peak ridgeline, these are the best routes to run around the United States.
Outdoors

Appalachian Trail Record-Holder Joe McConaughy Talks Training, Torn Muscles, and Topping-Loaded Pizzas

It takes most people six months to complete the Appalachian Trail. Joe McConaughy, aka Stringbean, did it in less than 46 days.
Outdoors

An Interview with Greg Hill, the Man Who Skied 2 Million Feet

The renowned skier has achieved first descents in Norway, Chile, Pakistan and Canada.
Outdoors

You Can Literally Text from the North Pole with Somewear Global Hotspot

Or the South Pole if that's a closer option for you ...
Travel

Trek the South Pole on Your Own Antarctic Expedition

Make no mistake: This isn't your typical "adventure tour."
Food & Drink

Backcountry Brews: Essential Beer Accessories for Your Next Camping Trip

Take wilderness exploration to the next level with these campground-ready beer accessories.
Fashion & Style

An Honest Review of Smartwool’s New Intraknit Base Layer

Truly innovative or just another Merino next-to-skin base layer?
Outdoors

This Tent Is Part Treehouse, Part SUP Board, and All Awesome

Imagine floating on the lake and sleeping among the trees, all with the same product.