Yesterday, Epic TV conducted a Skype interview with legendary free skier, Glen Plake and his wife, Kimberly yesterday. By Yoon Kim
Here’s what’s going on: chunks of glaciers several times the size of Manhattan are ripping free from Greenland; what can change from solid to liquid in the Arctic is rapidly doing so; 2012 is on track to become the hottest year ever in the lower 48.
Bears are the vagabond mooches of the wilderness, always sniffing at opportunities to invite themselves over for some human grub. Other times, bears exert theirsense of entitlement by simply taking
For two decades ending in the 1940′s, a man named Israel McDaniel lived in an Ozark cave. I had the opportunity to visit his place of residence about 30 years ago.
In the olden times, outdoorsy types had to rely on extra training and tools unique to their pursuits. Camping in the woods meant bringing a
Dissecting Oregon and Washington, the Columbia River Gorge is one of most breathtaking hiking spots in the Pacific Northwest. But unfortunately, the incredible natural beauty of Multnomah Falls, the gorge’s most well-known feature, can sometimes be overshadowed by a massive amount of cars in the parking lot and crowded trail [...]
This past weekend was a deadly one in the Himalaya where at least nine climbers lost their lives in an avalanche on Manaslu, the eighth
A month after running across the Rockies, Kevin Fonger of Active Gear Review put together a list of tips for Gore-Tex Trans Rockies run successfully. In today’s running world, the standard marathon has become all too common, leaving many runners looking for a race that sets them apart from
Let’s paint a scenario. You’re walking through a beautiful forest (possibly with a loved one by your side), when you stumble upon a ramshackle hut