A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children.
- John James Audubon
In a tragedy that seemed bizarre at first has slowly come to reveal itself, even if many questions remain unanswered, as a five member South Korean expedition and four Nepali guides die during a violent snowstorm.
With conditions too radical and dangerous for competition, the world’s top windsurfers sail down the biggest waves ever at Jaws.
Inspired by images of her dad’s Jackson Hole college ski trip, the author heads north to tour the Tetons and tack a few pictures to the family scrapbook.
Sarah Kingdom returns to Kilimanjaro, not for the first time, but now with a team that are fighting for Elephants in Africa, that are under serious threat.
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As a nation's leaders shrink from imminent global catastrophe, its youth rise to the challenge. In the US, a lawsuit against the federal government could galvanize climate change policy.
Colin O’Brady sets his third world record, undertakes new challenge in 2018 with support from Standard Process Inc.
An insight into free solo climber and BASE jumper, Steph Davis’s reasoning behind what she does, and why she does it.
The Outdoor Journal Visits India's Only Ski Patrol Team
This is an opinion article courtesy of Alexander Anghelou who is a psychologist specialising in cognitive behaviour therapy, who is passionate about nature and wildlife.
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Slacklining without an excess of clothing, “Sketchy” Andy Lewis does justice to his nickname.