All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.
- JRR Tolkien
The grassroots initiative, which Boulder voters will see on the ballot come November, would mandate a state-wide, half-mile “buffer zone” of fracking wells from occupied buildings.
Trekking and outdoor recreation in India need quality standards, regulation and oversight, not bans.
A team of river guides and storytellers venture into the "Valley of Headless Men" to uncover secrets of the past.
Anthropogenic climate change contributed to California’s record-breaking wildfires. The future of fighting these fires grows increasingly perilous.
Despite endless setbacks, this group persevered and risked their own lives by swimming up to 12km at a time, to convince people to climb into their rafts and abandon homes to the rising water.
Learn about surfing's induction into the Olympics, and how New Zealand's top surfer, Paige Hareb, is preparing for the 2020 Games in Tokyo.
The WSL is setting the standard for gender equality not only in surfing, but for sport in general.
Summiting Everest is difficult. However, it’s not all about climbing the mountain itself, especially when you’re 21 and on a budget.
The Outdoor Journal jumps in the water in Sisikon
In this era, the most competitive time in the history of surfing on tour, there are three or four surfers at any given time flying the Hawaiian flag. Michel Bourez hauls the red and white Tahitian flag all by himself. Can he beat the Hawaiians?
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RENAN OZTURK JUMARING UP THE FIXED LINES PAST THE “HOUSE OF CARDS” PITCH TO THE HIGH POINT ON DAY 6 OF THE CLIMB