Bikepack SF to LA

Karam Nwilati and Joey Schusler embark on a 500-mile bikepack SF to LA trip. The goal: 50 miles a day, southbound, through the most beautiful settings possible.

March 19th

10 Tips: Get the Most out of Your Bikepacking Trip

Karam Nwilati offers 10 tips on how to get the most out of your bikepacking trip. Cycling can be way more than just a means of transportation.

March 19th

A Bikepacking Gear Guide: The Essentials

Cycling thousands of kilometers is crazy—at least that’s the reaction that most have. This bikepacking gear guide from Karam Nwilati gives us all the essentials.

March 19th


Sometime Thereafter

How do we remember an experience? What do we glean from a journey?
Personal growth is at the heart of adventure, but the lessons we learn and the memories we make differ between each individual.

June 26, 2020

Angus Morton


‘Bringing It Home’ Connecting To The Outdoors | Merrell

“Bringing it Home” follows Tyrhee Moore, mountaineer, outdoor education advocate, and founder of Soul Trak, as he tells the story of his connection to the outdoors that was fostered at a young age.

June 19, 2020

Tyrhee Moore


Red Alert: Drilling Threatens Iconic Moab Destinations (Again)

Drilling Threatens Iconic Moab Destinations (Again!) by Grant Perdue

Grant Perdue

Ari Schneider, Columnists

Take Me Off Belay and Hold Me Accountable

2019 Roam Awards Winner Ari Schneider addresses his personal experiences with racism, privilege, and the events of the past weeks.

June 11, 2020

Ari Schneider


FOUR – Winter 2019/2020

Join Ian Walsh through an entire season of big wave surfing! Landing at iconic locations, Jaws, Nazaré, Waimea, and Mavericks.

June 10, 2020

Ian Walsh

Columnists, Emily Ventures


When I drove into Yosemite Valley for the first time, all I could think of was — I am so small. Just a speck on this earth. The scale of a National Park is always what gets me. Driving across vast open spaces, hiking in the midst of tall trees, with huge mountain ranges towering over me — I feel my own insignificance.

Emily Hart


On the Edge – Lewis Pugh

June 7, 2020

Michael Booth

Columnists, Down to Bedrock

The Creativity in Human-Powered Adventure

The popularity of human-powered pursuits is on the rise, and with it comes an enormous potential source of creativity.

May 28, 2020

Max Owens

Columnists, Noah Kaplan

Far To Go

From one of the 2019 Roam Award Winners comes a fresh, poignant voice writing about the times we are in and adventures we undertake.

May 20, 2020

Noah Kaplan

Columnists, Emily Ventures

Just Start

A great new article from Emily, reminding us that beginnings can be scary. Whether it’s the beginning of a school year, the beginning of a new venture, or just the beginning of a calendar year. But regardless of how arbitrary it might seem to be, a new year often does come with new possibilities.

Emily Hart