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Cleaning Up Chile’s Coast
Cleaning Up Chile’s Coast
Cleaning Up Chile’s Coast
Andrew O’Reilly

The South Pacific has a plastic problem. He had a truck.

5 min Read
The Forever Chemicals
The Forever Chemicals
The Forever Chemicals

This story was supposed to be about a thriving, women-led organic farm in Maine. Then came news of the ”forever chemicals.”

5 min Read
Being Home
Being Home
Being Home

A band of mountain friends learns that when they give attention to what they see, trust and confidence can follow graciously.

9 min Read
The Last Takajo
The Last Takajo
The Last Takajo

The remarkable relationship between Hidetoshi Matsubara and his birds of prey.

7 min Read
Our Little Place in the World
Our Little Place in the World
Our Little Place in the World

An ode to the simplest outdoor gear.

4 min Read
Newtok
Newtok
Newtok

Losing ground to climate change, this Alaskan community resolves to save itself.

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97:07
Not Hurt, Healing
Not Hurt, Healing
Not Hurt, Healing
Aimee Eaton

Taking off the bandages is just the beginning.

13 min Read
Oak Flat Is No Sacrifice Zone
Oak Flat Is No Sacrifice Zone
Oak Flat Is No Sacrifice Zone
Len Necefer

As we make a transition to renewable sources of energy, let’s not renew the same old mistakes.

10 min Read
North Shore Betty
North Shore Betty
North Shore Betty
Darcy Hennessey Turenne

After nearly 30 years on the hallowed trails of southern British Columbia, Betty Birrell still thinks life is one big playground—and that you’re never too old to send.

9 min Read
Tough by Nature
Tough by Nature
Tough by Nature
Leslie Hittmeier

Women make up less than five percent of US carpenters by trade. Some tradeswomen are changing the narrative, one dovetail joint at a time.

8 min Read
Emergent Seas
Emergent Seas
Emergent Seas
Lauren L. Hill

Exploring motherhood and meaningful play.

10 min Read
A Partial Ascent of Mantok 0
A Partial Ascent of Mantok 0
A Partial Ascent of Mantok 0
Jack Cramer

Lessons from a close one in Alaska.

9 min Read
Silence, Water, Hope
Silence, Water, Hope
Silence, Water, Hope
Andrew O’Reilly

Protecting the ocean is what friends are for.

5 min Read
One Fish to Feed Them All
One Fish to Feed Them All
One Fish to Feed Them All
Steve Duda

Tiny but mighty, herring might be the most important fish in the ocean.

7 min Read
Making Oil History
Making Oil History
Making Oil History
Colin Wiseman

Folkeaksjonen is taking action against petroleum exploration in the Norwegian Sea.

9 min Read
Reframed
Reframed
Reframed

“I want us to be carpenters. I want us to be timber framers. I don’t want us to be women who frame.”—Jenna Pollard

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10:31
Pointless Beauty: The Art of Bodysurfing
Pointless Beauty: The Art of Bodysurfing
Pointless Beauty: The Art of Bodysurfing
Rory Parker

Where worthless and priceless collide.

4 min Read
Taking the Kids to Point Nemo
Taking the Kids to Point Nemo
Taking the Kids to Point Nemo
Somira Sao

When your goal is to raise children in wild places, it helps if you’re flexible.

9 min Read
Singing to the Sake
Singing to the Sake
Singing to the Sake
Masaru Terada

Harmonizing with invisible organisms, and other Japanese brewing wisdom.

6 min Read
Run to the Source
Run to the Source
Run to the Source

Martin Johnson embarks on his most challenging run, as he explores the connection between Black British history and the River Thames.

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38:20
Dark River Runs Deep
Dark River Runs Deep
Dark River Runs Deep
Martin Johnson & Michael Fordham

An attempt to set the fastest known time on the 184-mile path to the source of the River Thames.

7 min Read
Gdje Su Svi Dobrodošli (Where Everyone Is Welcome)
Gdje Su Svi Dobrodošli (Where Everyone Is Welcome)
Gdje Su Svi Dobrodošli (Where Everyone Is Welcome)
Denis Tuzinovic

A Bosnian war refugee’s journey to a lifetime of community activism.

7 min Read
Lost Lines
Lost Lines
Lost Lines
Luca Albrisi

Following the impacts of snow sports through the mountains of Italy.

6 min Read
Bring Back Clean Climbing
Bring Back Clean Climbing
Bring Back Clean Climbing
Mailee Hung

Fifty years ago, Yvon Chouinard, Tom Frost and Doug Robinson set down an ethic for climbing that emphasized restraint and respect for the rock. In 2022, it’s needed more than ever.

10 min Read
Game Hawker
Game Hawker
Game Hawker

Shawn Hayes leads a life of devotion. For him, falconry is more than a deep partnership with raptors: it’s his life’s work.

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25:25
The Real Hidden Gems of the West Coast
The Real Hidden Gems of the West Coast
The Real Hidden Gems of the West Coast
Miles Masterson

Big Mineral Mining is tearing up the coastline and restricting access to some of South Africa’s most pristine beaches and waves—and it’s getting way out of hand.

7 min Read
It’s All Home Water: Restorative Shovels and Dynamite
It’s All Home Water: Restorative Shovels and Dynamite
It’s All Home Water: Restorative Shovels and Dynamite
Gregory Fitz

Upstream of the Snake River dams in Idaho, Riggins waits for the fish to return.

17 min Read
The Pisgah Paradox
The Pisgah Paradox
The Pisgah Paradox
Kristian Jackson

In North Carolina’s Pisgah National Forest, a collaboration between anglers and mountain bikers uses better trails to create healthier rivers.

10 min Read
Club Run
Club Run
Club Run
Anna Callaghan

The friends that make you want to run 100 miles.

10 min Read
Making the Oath
Making the Oath
Making the Oath
Patagonia

Teresa Baker, Pattie Gonia, José González and Gabaccia Moreno bring a new initiative to the outdoor community.

9 min Read
Falling for Fishing Nets
Falling for Fishing Nets
Falling for Fishing Nets
Andrew O’Reilly

Out of necessity, Jacqueline Sangueza loved fishing nets before she loved the ocean.

4 min Read
Mind Over Mountain
Mind Over Mountain
Mind Over Mountain

An intimate journey of three wonderful friends, Mind Over Mountain follows Canadian snow sliders Leah Evans, Marie-France Roy and Madeleine Martin-Preney on their 137 kilometers, 9.000 meters vertical Bugaboos to Rogers ski traverse.

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39:21
Vanishing Lines
Vanishing Lines
Vanishing Lines

Ski resort expansion is destroying our last living glaciers.

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18:19
Life Lived Wild
Life Lived Wild
Life Lived Wild
Rick Ridgeway

Rolling Stone called him “the real Indiana Jones.” His new memoir reveals why our friend Rick was always a great deal more.

5 min Read
Was It Worth It?
Was It Worth It?
Was It Worth It?
Doug Peacock

Was It Worth It? captures the essence of a life committed to the wild and challenges readers to make certain that their answer to this universal question is yes.

6 min Read
The Writing on the Wall
The Writing on the Wall
The Writing on the Wall
Leilani Bruntz

In a tiny Colorado ski town, the world’s oldest mountain-bike club is facing the complicated reality of recreation gone right.

10 min Read
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