June 5 update: Check out the new and final dispatch below from Ed Viesturs,
documenting his journey across the ice with John Stetson, and see the
final batch of photos from his recently completed Arctic journey near Baffin Islanld. Viesturs, the
first U.S. mountaineer to
climb all of the world's 8,000 meter peaks without oxygen, and renowned Arctic
explorer and dog musher John Stetson, covered 150 miles on Northern
Baffin Island to prepare for an upcoming polar journey. The pair reported in live every day to GreatOutdoors.com. Listen to their latest sat phone dispatches right now, and see the images from their bold adventure!
Lovers of the Pacific Crest Trail will gather in
month to celebrate the 2,650 mile route through the American West, one of the longest on the continent.
Live coverage on GreatOutdoors.com Saturday, May 17: The 2008 U.S. Bank Pole Pedal Paddle, Central Oregon's premiere multi-sport adventure race, with relay legs in six different outdoor sports, will happen on Saturday. Follow the action live only on GreatOutdoors.com, as our team of crack correspondents follow the action leg by leg.
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean captures on video a run accessed by snowcat at the southern British Columbia resort of Fernie.
Andrew McLean captures the action at the Griz Bar in Fernie, British Columbia.
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean captures on video a powder run at Kicking Horse resort in British Columbia.
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean captures on video a run at the British Columbia resort of Fernie.
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean captures a bizarre team drinking game in the British Columbia resort of Revelstoke.
Tall, Dark and Handsome: Skiing the Kootney Rockies big three – Revelstoke, Kicking Horse and Fernie. GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean continues his quest for the perfect snow.
With a little special gear and some uphill work, snowboarders can enjoy untracked backcountry powder just like a traditional skier with AT gear
Photographer Dave Schiefelbein finds inspiration in the changing moods of the backcountry, then works to caputre that moment.