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Advice on How to Make a Really Big Decision

Welcome to Tough Love. We’re answering your questions about dating, breakups, and everything in between. Our advice giver is Blair Braverman, dogsled racer and author of Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube. Have a question of your own? Write to us at toughlove@outsideinc.com. I’m now in my sophomore year of college, and because of my university’s […]

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The Incredible Life of Hilaree Nelson

At 10:40 A.M. on Monday, September 26, renowned ski mountaineer Hilaree Nelson summited 26,781-foot Manaslu with her climbing—and life—partner Jim Morrison. They stepped into their skis and began their descent, and shortly after, Nelson was knocked off her feet by a small avalanche. She fell 5,000 feet down the south slope of the Nepalese mountain, […]

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These Are Our Favorite New Cookbooks for Fall

While some may look forward to autumn for pumpkin-spice lattes and crunchy leaves, for others, it means the birth of a whole new class of cookbooks. Here, we’ve rounded up six fall releases that will help you level up your cooking skills and knowledge, both indoors and out. Dinner in One: Exceptional & Easy One-Pan […]

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Former NFL Player Gavin Escobar and Climber Chelsea Wash Die in SoCal Climbing Accident

An ex-Dallas Cowboys football player is one of two rock climbers who were found dead on Thursday at the base of Tahquitz Rock, a popular crag near Idyllwild, California. The Riverside County sheriff’s office identified the deceased as 33-year-old climber Chelsea Walsh and 31-year-old Gavin Escobar, both of whom lived in Huntington Beach. Outside’s sister […]

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Community & Camaraderie: What do Berkeley Half Marathon Runners Come Back for Year After Year?

When the leaves turn brown and a sharp cold edge cuts through the morning air in Berkeley, the town starts to buzz with anticipation. Is it Halloween everybody is getting ready for? No, not yet; before scary skeletons and glowing ghosts are taken out of their homes in boxes and closets, the community of Berkeley […]

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An Icon of American Ski Culture Is Making a Comeback

Today’s skiing headlines are dominated by the likes of Mikaela Shiffrin, Breezy Johnson, and Tricia Mangan, but in the late 1960s, Charles Bird (CB) Vaughan Jr. was the era’s household skiing name. A legendary ski racer and onetime speed-skating world-record holder, Vaughan pushed the limits of what was possible on skis and inspired a new […]

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Want to Fly Over Dirt? Meet the First Gravel Grinder Supershoe.

Craft CTM Ultra Carbon 2 Review MSRP: $250 Weight: 9.8 oz M, 7.9 oz W Stack height: 40-millimeter heel / 30-millimeter forefoot (10-millimeter drop) I was skeptical of Craft’s new running shoe that promised to be the footwear equivalent to a top-end gravel bike, smoothly transitioning from road to dirt. Too often, I find shoes […]

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In Defense of Adventurous Mothers

After the death of the great ski mountaineer Hilaree Nelson, many of us are—again—contemplating the balance we try to strike as adventure-loving outdoors people who are also parents. Pursuing the activities we love, which are sometimes dangerous, can feel at odds with our dedication to our children. Outdoor mothers, of which I am one, navigate […]

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