Red Bull has unveiled the winners of its international competition.
My Preparation Process The preparation process is a vital part of each new challenge. For me, it really starts with an idea
I swear I trained, but only the week before because running a ukulele festival and playing banjo and touring and performing folk music is not particularly good training for the A.T. A week before departure, I started training on a North Carolina mountain loop.
Nik Wallenda is a 7th generation member of the legendary Wallenda family. Known world-wide for his incredible feats upon the high wire and beyond, Nik is the holder of 10 world records.
Just ask pro mountain biker Michal Kollbek.
Last year was a crazy year for me personally and professionally and I was in serious need of a "Girl's Gone Wild" trip, but not the kind you are probably envisioning.
The crew's navigator, Wouter Verbraak, hadn't zoomed in enough on the charts and led the $6 million yacht into a mine field
Veracruz isn't the Mexico you are used to, and you'll thank us for that. Let your adrenaline loose for less, and get a taste of the real Mexico while you're at it.
The path to starting and scaling a venture-backed business is defined by a series of hurdles and gateways that become more challenging as you move through each one.
When people moan about being too old to learn this sport or that, I usually want to scoff. Abilities often have way more to do with your enthusiasm and fitness level than any arbitrary number does.
When most people see a 500 foot waterfall, they freeze in their tracks, gawk at the awe-inspiring force of nature, and snap
ROCK CLIMBING, Lover's Leap Ok, maybe a location with the word "Leap" in it isn't very encouraging on your first rock climbing
Surfboarding: The sport of riding on the wave while standing or lying on Surfboard. Cocopelli Surf School in Gokarna is a
Since falling in love with climbing last summer I thought and talked ceaselessly about climbing in Vietnam. The fairytale HaLong Bay, home to some 2,000 (or 3,000 depending who you ask) islands in the Gulf of Tonkin, is a neverland dream for climbers.
Chamonix is a haven for an international set of outdoor adventurers, well-heeled visitors and independent travelers. Bar none, it is the crème de la crème for perennial mountain climbing.
Who would have thought that on top of 2,470-foot-high Magreglio, a small province of Como in Lombardy, Italy, there's a cycling chapel which all the cyclists flock to like pilgrims?
I've made my living chronicling our adventures, first with The Mountain Yodel, a 'zine that documented the art, writing and