From Antarctica to the Arctic, from electric vehicles to barefoot running, from triumph to tragedy, we take a look back at some of the most important stories on The Outdoor Journal in 2019.
One of India's highest trekking peaks, Stok Kangri will be closed for the entirety of 2020-22. The Outdoor Journal reached out to the Indian adventure industry for comments.
Jake Burton Carpenter, a pioneer in the snowboarding industry, who alchemized a fringe fad into an Olympic sport, has died due to complications from cancer. The world has started to pay tribute.
Our Q&A with conservation journalist and storytelling expert Millie Kerr underscores the importance of character-driven stories in conservation.
Why the world's biggest environmental movement is important to us, an introduction to the Outdoor Voyage, and a sneak peek of The Outdoor Journal's Earth Week content to come.
The Outdoor Journal travelled to Toronto to get a behind-the-scenes look at the brand that builds the world’s warmest jacket - and is also 100% made in Canada.
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