Outside Magazine

Outside Magazine


Where living bravely begins. Follow for all the best in gear, fitness, travel, culture, and adventure. Cover photo by Ty Sheers.

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Rob Krar opens up about his depression and finding the ability to push through the darkness.

Runners sponsored by smaller companies might be in a better position than those who are signed by major brands.

A former teenage taxidermist on the art form people love to hate.

And at $1,199, this tent will also be the most affordable hard-shell rooftop tent you can get.

It's a 2-hour drive, but it can be turned into a full day or weekend of adventure.

Two years ago, @LGRaconteur  wrote an essay about being Black in the outdoors. Countless readers reached out to her, but she didn't write back. She had no idea what to say. In the aftermath of a revolutionary spring and summer, she responds. #longreads 

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Zinke had already rigged his fishing rod when our writer showed up to interview him at the edge of a lake in Glacier National Park. He'd rigged it backwards.

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The Great Barrier Reef of Australia passed away in 2016 after a long illness. It was 25 million years old:… #RIP 

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Congratulations DULUTH!!!!!!!!! You are America's Best Place to Live in 2014.

The Runbell: Brilliant exercise accessory or most useless invention ever?

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Yellowstone visitor upset bears didn’t show (Would like park service to train them):

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The 25 most-Instagrammed national parks of 2015:

“There’s no better illustration of how backwards our public lands strategy is than the fact that we hand over drilling rights to fossil fuel companies for practically no money—then turn around and charge families more than a day’s pay to access our parks.”

The bait? An $18 billion fund for fixing the NPS’s massive maintenance backlog. The switch? It’d be paid for by deregulating oil and gas extraction on public lands, firing NPS employees, and empowering Zinke to sell off any public lands he wishes.

Immediately after he took office, began opening up public lands to the energy industry. Here are all the anti-lands moves he's made in the last year.

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