Brooks Range

The AAC Solves One of Climbing’s Biggest Problems

You know what we love more than anything? Rock climbing. But there’s one thing that can keep any of us stuck at home, and...

Out of Reach: Bear Smarts for Food Storage

Backcountry travel in bear country is a privilege. Seeing them in their natural habitat (and on their turf) is an invigorating experience, which is...

Rarefied – The Alpine Life of Carlos Buhler

Carlos Buhler has built a climbing resume that spans the globe, much in the rarefied air of the Himalaya. Growing up in New York,...

How to Get a Full Night of Sleeping Outdoors

to Go big and you’ll need your rest, that’s for sure. Whether you’re climbing, riding, hiking, or even doing a ski traverse this spring,...

Skiing Doesn’t Have to End with Winter

Any skier worth his or her salt knows that just because chairlifts close doesn’t mean it’s a wrap for the ski season. Far from...

Chris Wright: Looking Forward to an Unclimbed Wal

Chris Wright is an IFMGA mountain guide and alpinist who splits his time between obsessions with climbing, skiing, and eating. He recently received grants...

Dark Sky Preserves

Sky light, sky bright First star I see tonight Wish I may, wish I might Have this wish I wish tonight. There’s something magical about...

Inspired Camping and the Nuance of Simplicity

Many diehards continue to deny the changing of season and find their worth in the glory of skiing as many peaks as possible before...

Facts about Hypothermia

It was my first overnight canoe trip with a school group; I was 13 years old. Overcast skies turned to rain and then flurries....

A Word about Wind Chill

It can be called chinook, foehn, or zonda. Winds that flow over mountains and onto the plains are usually strong, but warm and dry. In...

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