Surfing in Texas?

Surfing in Texas?

“There’s no surf in Texas.” Yes, please continue perpetuating this line – it leaves all the waves for us. Or, just don’t tell anyone and quietly slip away to the “Third Coast,” which is only three and a half hours from Austin, have some waves f

How Someone Living in Texas Can Be Skiing in Utah By Lunch

How Someone Living in Texas Can Be Skiing in Utah By Lunch

You wake up in the morning; it’s warm outside without a snowflake in sight. At lunchtime, you’re taking a chairlift up the mountain to ski some of the best powder in the country. Time to snap out of your daydream? Not at all. For those living i

The Gnarliest Canyons in America

The Gnarliest Canyons in America

Whether you’re eyeballing them from windswept rimrock above, knee-buckling your way down their walls via crazy switchbacks, or penetrating their heart on thunderous whitewater, America’s canyons and gorges account for some of the country’s stan

What It's Like to Snorkel Between Two Continents

What It's Like to Snorkel Between Two Continents

“When you first get in, you’re going to ask yourself, 'Why did I sign up for this thing?' Your lips will be freezing. Your hands will be cold,” Patrick said, acknowledging the two parts of our bodies not protected by thermal layers, a n

10 Awesome Outdoor Documentaries to Inspire You to Get Outside

10 Awesome Outdoor Documentaries to Inspire You to Get Outside

In the dead of winter, the desire to get outside can be tempered by sub-zero temperatures and the lure of a cozy couch. But there’s no better cure for stoking your adrenaline and getting after it—no matter how chilly it is—than being inspired b