Out There

The Greenland Call: One Couple’s Journey to Kayak the West Coast of Greenland

Alain and Nathalie Antognelli kayaked 3,417 miles along the entire west coast of Greenland. The expedition was an arduous undertaking to get to the heart of what it truly means to experience freedom in the outdoors.

Between 2009 and 2014, Alain and Nathalie Antognelli kayaked 5500 kilometres (3,417 miles) along the entire west coast of Greenland. The expedition was an arduous undertaking to get to the heart of what it truly means to experience freedom in the outdoors.  While the trip was both mentally and physically strenuous, the couple was able to experience this remote island nation like few–if any–have before. We sat down with them to talk about their voyage and how it changed their

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Interviews

On the Pacific Crest Trail with Writer Pete Brook

Pete Brook is an independent writer who covered his Pacific Crest Trail thru-hike for Outside Magazine last summer. Along the way, Pete documented his experience through a handful of articles, and more closely through his social media.

Pete Brook is an independent writer who covered his Pacific Crest Trail thru-hike for Outside Magazine last summer. Along the way, Pete documented his experience through a handful of articles, and more closely through his social media. Pete’s honest take on the hike ran counter to the overly romantic versions of outdoor pursuits that have emerged in recent years. I sat down with him to talk about all things PCT, social media in the outdoors, and much more. What was the inspiration for the

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Videos

The Ingenuous Choice: Running with Anton Krupicka

Anton Krupicka is an elite mountain runner. He takes to the mountains in order to experience what it really means to be human, after all you can never have enough nature.

What drives us to the mountains? To the trails? To wilderness? These are the questions Anton Krupicka asks. As he says, “We can never have enough of nature,” quoting Thoreau. This video is all about taking to the trail to experience what it really means to be human, to get back to the primal nature of our existence, and ultimately to experience nature first hand. Follow Krupicka as he races over 100 miles through the mountains while reflecting on what

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Tips

Training Tips to Get Your Dog to Run With You

Trail running is an invigorating, but lonely sport if you choose to tread ground by yourself. If you’re looking for a new companion while you train for the next 10K, there’s no reason you can’t take your best friend.

Trail running is an invigorating, but lonely sport if you choose to tread ground by yourself. If you’re looking for a new companion while you train for the next 10K, there’s no reason you can’t take your best friend. It’ll take a little conditioning, but dogs definitely make for some good running buddies. Here’s how to get started. Choose the Right Breed Not every dog is made for running, believe it or not. A French bulldog isn’t going to get very

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Clymb Stories

Gear Love

Wilder & Sons: The Pride of the Pacific Northwest

New accessories from a brand born and bred in the Pacific Northwest, Wilder & Sons is all about making gear and apparel for the modern explorer.

Wilder & Sons was created to inspire those who seek endless adventure, rain or shine. Their motivation is simple, the belief that living a life to its fullest only comes through visceral experience, say the thrill of riding a wave, or standing on the pegs of your motorbike while ramping down on the throttle, or riding snorkel deep powder through a forest of firs in the Cascades. Drawing inspiration from the great unknown of the American wilderness, they design their apparel

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5 Pieces of Outdoor Gear You Should Never DIY

It can be tempting to try and cut corners and save a few bucks when it comes to outdoor gear, though to do so at the expense of safety is never a good idea. Here are a few pieces of gear you don’t want to skimp on.

These days lots of folks are desperate for ways to save a few bucks, what with the cost of living rising exponentially all across the country. While it’s great to scrimp on only the essentials, it’s never a good idea to cut corners and DIY all of your outdoor gear, even if you’re on a budget. DIY gear is often dangerous and can lead to numerous problems out on the trail, some that might even be fatal. Here are a

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