Albania’s untamed Vjosa River introduces a new model for global water conservation.
For these Afghan women, climbing in Yosemite is a connection to home.
Footprints Running Camp is as much about finding solutions to the climate crisis as it is about running.
Photographic time travel with longtime Patagonia contributor Gary Bigham.
A life of full of great climbs with friends.
An excerpt from Patagonia’s republished version of A Forest Journey, about what the loss of trees has meant for past life on our planet.
Scenes from ground zero of the greatest surf event in seven years.
TM Herbert helped put up the first ascent of the Muir Wall in 1965. His son followed in his footsteps 55 years later.
Descending through Colombia’s coffee country, a crew of mountain bikers explores how climate change is impacting one of the world’s most cherished beverages and the lives of those who depend upon it.
A look inside Delta Brick & Climate Company, where doing is undoing.
In Southeast Alaska, a Native skier searches for something deeper than powder on her homelands.
Inside Yakutat Surf Club’s budding stoke scene in Southeast Alaska.
A family explores their relationship to running.
Der 15-jährige Kampf einer indigenen Gemeinde, die ihre Sacred Headwaters (Heiliges Quellwasser) erfolgreich vor industrieller Entwicklung schützt.
Keeping ancestral knowledge alive in Arnhem Land.
Eine Familie gibt das Tempo vor, auf einer historischen Hütte in der Nähe von Chamonix, Frankreich.
Gerry Lopez recalls surfing O‘ahu’s Waimea Bay for the biggest contest purse ever offered (at the time), circa 1974.
The women fighting for Southern Resident orcas.
An interview with Michelle Nijhuis, author of Beloved Beasts: Fighting for Life in an Age of Extinction.
Angling beyond the wire at Manzanar concentration camp.
A road trip through California’s worst drought in 1,200 years, and the folks working to restore broken ecosystems and rewild lost landscapes.
Eine Läuferin erkundet, was es braucht, um Ruhe in der Welt und in unseren Köpfen zu finden.
Poet Cameron Keller Scott reads an excerpt from his piece, A River’s Own Name. View a video excerpt of A River’s Own Name at the link below. I. Valley Maker Suppose one day we were to wake up and understand the name of a river. Not the names we’ve given, but the name it asks us to…
Indigenous people once shared a deep bond with the Plains bison. To revive that connection, a Cheyenne River Sioux community leader is leading by example and teaching his knowledge to others.
Many have been taught that nature is inherently competitive. But Kristin Ohlson's new book describes a different natural order—one of generosity.
Friendship among the whitebark.
How one trail runner embodies his Inca heritage by running Peru’s sacred, ancient trails.
In Southeast Alaska, tribal leaders and local entrepreneurs are helping shape a kelp industry that prioritizes Indigenous values, regenerative practices and a commitment to Alaska Native shareholders.
A mountain biker examines the true story behind the UK’s “natural" landscapes.
Eine Ode an Raúl Revilla Quiroz, einen der Väter des mexikanischen Kletterns.
Elder Wilson Wewa tells the creation story of Animal Village. Tara Kerzhner and Len Necefer consider how these stories can reshape stewardship.
Earth is now our only shareholder.
A conversation between Lor Sabourin and Madaleine Sorkin.
There’s more to life than three-to-the-beach, surf contest results and a clean cutback.
Charlie Fowler was a world-class alpinist; what did he find out in Colorado’s Wild, Wild West climbing area that kept him coming back?
Francisco “Pacho” Gangotena and his wife opted to challenge the way farming was done in their region and are instead going back to the roots of ancient agriculture.