Racing Across Namibia with Mike Horn

For Mike Horn, adventure is not an activity or a single expedition. “It’s a lifestyle”, he told me when I spent a few days with him last year driving across ‘the land that God made in anger’.

Coyote Peterson Kills the Murder Hornet Myth

In the throes of our collective battle against COVID-19, a second biblical plague has been set upon us, or has it? A consensus of mainstream media outlets – from The New York Times to Scientific American – has reported this week that the so-called “Murder Hornet” has reached American shores and that its fatal stings

Virgin Earth: Mike Libecki Heads Back to Greenland to Climb Massive Tower

Standing over 1,000 feet taller than Yosemite’s El Capitan, the tower that Mike Libecki, Ethan Pringle, Keith Ladzinski and Andy Mann are hoping to climb over the next month is the kind of thing most climbers dream of. In a remote corner of Greenland, they’ll battle the elements and enjoy a midnight sun as they attempt

Nepalese Team First to Summit K2 in Winter

A team of ten Nepalese climbers and Sherpas have made the first-ever winter summit of K2 at approximately 5pm local time on January 16th, 2021, making their mark on mountaineering history with the last remaining winter ascent of an 8,000-metre peak. Seven Summits Treks Base Camp leader Chhang Dawa Sherpa said in a Facebook post,

Adventure From Your Own Backyard (or Bed) with The Outdoor Journal Podcast

Check your pulse, it’s proof that you’re not listening to the call your life’s been issuing you, the rhythm of a line of idle days. For the adventurous among us – the runner, the climber, the traveler – quarantine lockdown is indistinguishable from a prison sentence. Like this opening verse from John Mayer’s The Great