We’re learning how to become an antiracist company.
Eliza Earle, Austin Siadak, Drew Smith on the 2019 fall climbing season in Yosemite.
A yearslong quest to find the right chile.
A reminder of why voting is essential to the protection of our public lands.
Karen Diver of the Fond du Lac Band on how protecting lands and waters can provide solutions to climate change.
How we found our photographic style.
The Red Desert in southwest Wyoming is the largest unfenced area in the continental United States. In order to raise awareness about this threatened ecosystem, several Wyoming conservation groups have banded together to organize a trail race that brings runners, local stakeholders, and concerned citizens together to experience this place and see exactly what is at stake.
A tale of tinkering.
Thoughts on activism from a year of filming Public Trust.
Photo editor Kyle Sparks kicks off our new social media series, “Best of Home,” documenting the everyday, out-the-back-door trails that mountain biking depends on.
Are public lands still “public” when you can’t access them?
Patagonia has 73 styles using hemp this season. Cultivation of hemp replenishes vital soil nutrients, prevents erosion and requires no synthetic fertilizer.
An eclectic band of Argentine locals cultivates a grassroots backcountry ski community in one of the world’s most unforgiving mountain ranges.
Rediscovering the soul of rock climbing.
Alex Megos tells the story of his Bibliographie.
Running through the most-visited wilderness in the continental United States, rallying to its defense.
A trail running race in southwest Wyoming brings attention to the importance of protecting the largest unfenced area in the contiguous United States.
Dave Rastovich and Greg Long log in and discuss the current state of surfing, its cultural and ecological impacts, and where it’s headed.
Melinda Daniels is huddled under the shelter of her purple tent waiting for the rain to start, which only seems odd when you consider the context: she’s in the middle of a farm on a blindingly sunny day.
A bold plan to kick net-pen salmon farms out for good.
Outdoor recreation can be a lifeline for rural economies, but the industry has also benefited from the erasure of Indigenous peoples from their lands.
Our public lands have tremendous value beyond the extractive. Here's a refresh on why they're worth protecting.
For a closer look at the dangers a toxic sulfur-ore copper mine poses to the more than 1,000,000 acres of backcountry in the Boundary Waters, please see our accompanying film, “A Northern Light,” (below) Encompassing more than 1,000,000 acres along the US-Canada border, the fresh water, wilderness habitat and sustainable jobs of the Boundary Waters…
BIKE Magazine contributing editor Michael Ferrentino on our perceived right to ride wherever we want.
What We Fish for When We Fish for Carp
For three women of color in Wyoming, going into the mountains isn’t about representation—it’s about reclaiming their power, together.
A French ski patroller’s move to become a permaculture farmer.
How Casper reimagined the North Platte.
The case for Indigenous-led land management.
“One way to open your eyes is to ask yourself, ‘What if I had never seen this before? What if I knew I would never see it again?’” —Rachel Carson.
A colorful tradition of building and running Grand Canyon dory boats is passed to the next generation.
Battling invasive species through better trailbuilding.
Returning endangered species to the wetlands of Argentina is good for humans, too.
A climber takes a road trip to Bishop and Las Vegas, and breaks down the narrative of who travels and who climbs.
Meet Annie Reickert, the 18-year-old Maui charger Paige Alms is mentoring in the Jaws lineup and beyond.
Some farmers, anglers and chefs are providing food for their communities during the time of COVID-19.