I Learned How To Make My Own Snow And You Can Too

It took a few parts and a lot of patience, but now I'm making snow in my backyard.

The Lost Art of Floating Logs Down the River

Before the days of trucks and trains, there was the log drive.

How This Trail Runner Killed a Mountain Lion
For the first time, he explains how he survived the "wrestling match…
Getting Started In Winter Camping

It can beat summer camping—if you plan it right.

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10 Things You Didn't Know About the Boy Scouts
February 8 is National Boy Scouts Day. The youth organization has be…
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A Runner Strangled a Mountain Lion to Death After It Attacked Him

He suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

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An Antarctic Expedition Is Hunting for Ernest Shackleton's Long-Lost Ship

The Endurance sank in 1915, never to be seen again.

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Searching for Sasquatch: The Real Story Behind Bigfoot Sightings

For centuries, people have reportedly seen this mythical, huge primate-like animal in the woods of North America.

This Helicopter Seems to Defy Physics During an Incredible Mountain Rescue Mission

You've probably never seen a copter do something like that.

8 Terrific Rooftop Tents That Make Camping a Breeze

Rooftop tents assemble in seconds, which allows you more time around the campfire and less time fiddling with tent poles.

This Man Just Crossed Antarctica All Alone

Colin O'Brady journeyed nearly a thousand miles across the frigid continent by himself, something no one has ever done before.

The 15 Greatest Survival Stories of 2018

A Thai soccer team, a lost 5-month-old baby, nearly 2 months at sea, and twelve other stories that riveted us this year.

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50 States, 50 U.S. Parks You Need to Visit

Experience the best of nature—in every U.S. state. How many have you visited?

The Best Sleeping Bags for Your Next Camping Trip

When the temperature drops, you're going to need one of these for a good night's sleep.

The Inaccessibility of Our Public Lands

Hunting app onX analyzed our public lands, and the results are concerning

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6 Reasons You Should Always Have a Paper Map

Paper: The mapping technology that won't run out of battery.

You Should Try Kayak Fishing

Add a Hobie Kayak to your fishing arsenal and explore hard to reach spots.

The AirBnb of RVing Is Here to Help You Find a Gorgeous Campsite

It only costs $49 a year with no strings attached.