James Martin, writing exclusively for GreatOutdoors.com as he photographs and researches his new book, Planet Ice, reports from the Kapitan Khlebnikov, a Russian Icebreaker, in the Arctic Ocean.
From Quebec to British Columbia, Ontario to the Rockies, here's where you'll find some of the best snowboarding in Canada even before the holidays. The snow is already great, so come on up!
Collaborating with a close group of talented riders and athletes--Mike Hattrup, Byron
Bagwell, Justin Kious, Andrew Hart, Marcel Dolak, Eli
Roberts--photographer Stephen Matera captures the fluid beauty and
gnarly drops of the Cascades' best backcountry and terrain parks.
GreatOutdoors.com ski correspondent Andrew McLean gives us a behind the scenes look at the film Steep. Two years in the making, Steep depicts the highlights of modern big mountain skiing.
Welcome to the confounding and addictive world of competitive orienteering, a blend of cross-country running and navigation, with brains and woods sense counting more than brawn.
In withering heat and humidity, our climbing reporter samples the steep sport climbing at the Red River Gorge.
With difficult routes on Cerro Torre, Huntington, Robson, Denali, and more, in one amazing year, 22-year-old Colin Haley is making his mark in alpine climbing.
Slot canyons exist all over the world, but there's nowhere on earth
that can match the quantity and quality of the classic slots of
Guest ranches, or dude ranches, have have a long tradition in Montana
A few days of music, climbing and learning new techniques from the
masters at Red Rocks National Conservation Area, Las Vegas, Nevada
Our man on the slopes takes on the top four ski resorts in the Canadian Rockies, and comes back impressed, a few pounds heavier and very wary of those Canadian Creamy Beavers.
Jamie McCulloch making Delirium Dive at Sunshine Village look easy.
Bart Donnelly raging down a groomed run at Norquay.
Matt Ride riding a Snowbike down Marmot Basin.
Mild mannered Mike Moynihan tears into a groomed run at Sunshine Village.