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Mitch Seavey Wins 2013 Iditarod

Mitch Seavey Wins 2013 Iditarod

The champion of the 2013 Iditarod sled dog race was crowned late Tuesday evening when Mitch Seavey crossed the finish line in Nome. Seavey, who also won the event back in 2004, completed the 1000-mile long course in just 9 days, 7 hours and 39 minutes. In claiming the victory [...]

National Geographic Casting For New Adventure Show

National Geographic Casting For New Adventure Show

Attention all explorers and adventurers. National Geographic is ramping up production on a new television show and they just might be looking for you. Producers of the new series are on the look out for cutting edge expeditions and exciting adventurers that they can film for the show, which aims [...]

Polish Mountaineers Make First Winter Ascent Of Broad Peak, Two Missing On Descent

Polish Mountaineers Make First Winter Ascent Of Broad Peak, Two Missing On Descent

It was a week of triumph and tragedy in the Karakoram Mountain Range of Pakistan. On Tuesday, a team of Polish mountaineers braved high winds, cold weather and plenty of snow to complete the first ever winter ascent of Broad Peak, the 12th highest mountain in the world. Unfortunately, two [...]

The 7 Hardest Marathons in the World

The 7 Hardest Marathons in the World

Running a marathon is tough as it is, but running a marathon featuring daunting hills or extreme weather conditions? Yikes. But just in case you’re up for the challenge (or you want to be in awe of the things humans are capable of), check out the 7 of the toughest [...]

The 2013 Iditarod Is Underway In Alaska

The 2013 Iditarod Is Underway In Alaska

The best sled dog teams in the world gathered in Alaska over the weekend to launch the 2013 Iditarod. The race held its ceremonial start in front of a large and enthusiastic crowd in downtown Anchorage on Saturday and had its official restart yesterday in Willow. Now, the racers and [...]

First North American Trail Running Conference Coming This Summer

First North American Trail Running Conference Coming This Summer

Over the past decade or so, trail running has become one of the most popular outdoor sports in America. The combination of aerobic exercise in a natural and tranquil setting appeals to many outdoor enthusiasts who only need to throw on a pair of shoes and hit the trail. The [...]

Want To Race Across Europe On A Bike This Summer?

Want To Race Across Europe On A Bike This Summer?

Long distance cyclists looking for a new challenge this year will certainly want to put the QuickEnergy Trans Continental Race on their bucket list. When this new event gets underway in August it promises to become Europe’s longest and most challenging unsupported bike race, running for more than 2000 miles between [...]

British Adventurers Announce Plans to Walk the Length of the Nile

British Adventurers Announce Plans to Walk the Length of the Nile

Stretching for 4132 miles and crossing through ten countries, the Nile is the longest river on the planet. For centuries this fabled waterway has brought life to an otherwise arid and hostile environment. During the 19th century, the river inspired explorers to go in search of its headwaters. Numerous expeditions [...]

How To Read The Avalanche Danger Scale

How To Read The Avalanche Danger Scale

With the rising popularity of backcountry recreation, more people are skinning up, sledding, and simply boot-packing beyond ski area boundaries. With increasing numbers in unstable terrain, we have also seen a rise in avalanche-related injuries and fatalities.

Alpine Touring Boots for Powerful Skiing

Alpine Touring Boots for Powerful Skiing

The race to make the lightest boot for Alpine Touring has Randonée enthusiasts foaming at the mouth for the newest single-buckle carbon fiber boot, and people will pay well over $2000 for the latest and greatest.