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Outside-Mag

Wildlife and endless grasslands to explore in a remote corner of North Dakota made the 27th park on our 62 Parks columnist's list a must-visit destination Go to article - Seeing Big Vistas at Theodore Roosevelt National Park
It's more affordable than the Series 6 and comes with the most important features Go to article - Why I Prefer the Apple Watch SE to the Series 6
What does it take to get through the worst-case scenario? A very special combination of physical and mental strength. Go to article - How a Surfer Survived Being Stranded in the Open Sea
Nearly 280 rounds of chemotherapy hasn't stoped ovarian-cancer survivor Sharon White from taking on new hobbies Go to article - 16 Years of Chemo Taught This Climber to Look Up
Two new studies find performance benefits from high levels of the sunshine vitamin, but they're not the final word Go to article - Reevaluating Vitamin D as a Sports Supplement
Expert advice for getting through the winter with COVID-19 as bad as it has ever been Go to article - The Pandemic Is a Marathon. Here's How to Stay Strong.
Need to know what to wear for backcountry outings this winter? Pro skiers Drew Petersen and Mali Noyes walk us through it. Go to article - Exactly What to Wear for Backcountry Skiing
An ambitious new project is based on a straightforward and very attainable goal: to help kids spend as much time outdoors as they do in front of screens Go to article - A Simple Plan to Get Your Family Outside More Often
High school didn't serve up much adventure, so Devin Murphy signed up to do grunt work on expedition ships that sailed to Alaska, Iceland, Antarctica, and other far-flung places. Turned out to be a pretty great idea. Go to article - I Saw the World on Cruise Ships
Pro skiers Drew Petersen and Mali Noyes give a crash course in common touring gear Go to article - A Beginner's Guide to Backcountry Ski Gear
After more than three decades of attempts, there has finally been a winter summit on the Savage Mountain Go to article - A Nepali Team Just Made the First Winter Ascent of K2
Spoiler: it isn't all that different from real ground beef Go to article - How to Cook with Plant-Based Beef
Activity and sales data suggest that there are still more cyclists than ever before Go to article - The Pandemic Bike Boom Is Here to Stay
These three perfect pairs are just as comfortable on the couch as they are outside Go to article - The Best Fleece-Lined Pants for the Outdoors
In her new book, writer and artist Lauren Redniss tells the story of San Carlos Apache activists who are standing up to a mining company in southeastern Arizona Go to article - 'Oak Flat' Chronicles a Battle to Save Sacred Land
A journalist's efforts at reinvention reveal a surprising truth: developing new abilities is one of the most life-enhancing things we can do Go to article - Why Learning a New Skill Is So Good for You
Bryan Rogala walks you through the best upgrades you can make to your camper Go to article - The 6 Ultimate Teardrop Trailer Upgrades
A new study tries—and fails—to predict athletic greatness with a DNA test. Thank goodness. Go to article - Decoding the DNA of 5 Olympic Athletes
A poem to remind you to stay safe out there Go to article - The Avalanche Doesn't Care
On Sunday the gold medalist became the first American to take the eight-day stage race in Italy Go to article - Jessie Diggins Wins the Tour de France of Skiing