What’s the use of a fine house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?
- Henry David Thoreau
Inspired by the "badass for science" label given to the American Climber Science Program after Dr. John All's viral crevasse fall video, Steve Byrne explores the true meaning of citizen science.
This story originally featured in a print issue of the Outdoor Journal.
Raised in Portland Oregon, Colin has faced real challenges in life, such as being told he might not be able to walk again. However, Colin’s never say die attitude only spurs him on to achieve more.
In São Tomé, a small African country, a surfer witnesses the growth of one of the youngest modern, alternative surf scenes in the world—an indigenous surf-riding culture called “corre-barra” by the locals. .
Ever since the Joe Kinder and Sasha DiGulian thing blew up, I've been feeling like there's something missing in the global climbing community’s response, particularly among American climbers.
Following recent events, Courtney Sanders reflects upon wider issues in the outdoor industry.
Joe Kinder, a professional climber, has been removed from the Black Diamond team for violating their zero tolerance policy towards bullying.
Ladakhi climber Jamyang Tenzing has been exploring and opening new climbing destinations in North India – and he’s only just begun. .