Gaiters protect from snow and trail debris, and help keep you focused on hiking, trail running or climbing comfortably.
Outdoor Research's Justin Forrest Parks gives this advice for staying warm while backcountry camping.
How our proprietary waterproof, breathable fabric works to keep you dry and comfy in changing conditions.
We use high-tech fabrics with tested durability, to make sure you have what you need on your hardest routes.
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Cascade Powder Guides near Stevens Pass is upping its capacity—for more private backcountry access, including avy courses.
In the Mapudungun language, this land is known as Wallmapu. Two skiers enter its breathtaking beauty.
For Thai Nguyen, the Women's Wilderness Trailblazers program is just one step in building a balanced, rooted family life.
The Christmas Tree might be one of the most beautiful ice climbs in the world—but it's remote and super volatile.
Sometimes real life is scarier than fiction. Here are 11 backpacking scenarios to make you shake in your boots.
Whether it's assessing snowpack with a guide client or playing with her daughter, Jessica aims to be all there.
Thinking of moving into a van together? What you'll learn about each other will make you or break you.
Three skiers, one captain and their 20-foot boat make a nerve-wracking crossing and reap the rewards.