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What We Learn When Someone Runs 10 Marathons in 10 Days on a Laboratory Treadmill

What We Learn When Someone Runs 10 Marathons in 10 Days on a Laboratory Treadmill

Sharon Gayter’s closely monitored world record reveals insights on marathon fueling, pacing, and strategyOutside's long reads email newsletter features our strongest writing, most ambitious reporting, and award-winning storytelling about the outdoors..In November 2017, , a 54-year-old British ultrarunner, completed ten marathons in ten days on a treadmill, with a combined time of 43 hours 51 minutes 39 seconds, breaking the former Guinness World Record by more than two hours. What’s important about Gayter’s feat now—besides being an impressive mark —is that she ran all ten marathons in the...

Jun 25
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Bureaucracy Could Make the Pacific Northwest Backcountry Less Safe

Bureaucracy Could Make the Pacific Northwest Backcountry Less Safe

Oregon’s Clackamas County is a thickly timbered, 1,879-square-mile outdoor-recreation paradise. It’s home to , a sprawling river system, several wilderness areas, a national forest, and more than 61 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail. Around 10,000 people every year, and millions more play in the woods and waterways surrounding the peak. For years, the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) has relied on three volunteer to keep all those people safe: (PMR), (PNWSAR), and . These groups have 100 years of combined institutional history, plus nearly 400 highly trained volunteers...

April 9, 2020
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One Man's Wild Quest to Reach the Bottom of Every Ocean

One Man's Wild Quest to Reach the Bottom of Every Ocean

Multimillionaire Victor Vescovo committed himself to one of the world’s craziest remaining adventure quests: to reach the deepest points in every ocean. What does it take to get there? A radically high-tech, $30 million Triton submersible, a team of crack engineers and scientists, and one very gonzo explorer.Outside's long reads email newsletter features our strongest writing, most ambitious reporting, and award-winning storytelling about the outdoors..It was a Sunday in Tonga, so the kingdom’s business had come to a halt. Stores were shuttered, traffic was quiet, even the airport was...

October 26, 2019
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The True Story of the White Island Eruption

The True Story of the White Island Eruption

Last December, around 100 tourists set out for New Zealand's Whakaari/White Island, where an active volcano has attracted hundreds of thousands of vacationers since the early 1990s. It was supposed to be a routine six-hour tour, including the highlight: a quick hike into the island's otherworldly caldera. Then the volcano exploded. What happened next reveals troubling questions about the risks we're willing to take when lives hang in the balance.Already have an Outside Account?All-Access $2.49 / month**Outside memberships are billed annually.Later, everyone who saw White Island erupt would...

April 15, 2020
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The Woman Who Lives 200,000 Years in the Past

The Woman Who Lives 200,000 Years in the Past

As we confront the reality of COVID-19, the idea of living self-sufficiently in the woods, far from crowds and grocery stores, doesn't sound so bad. Lynx Vilden has been doing just that for decades, while teaching others how to live primitively, too.Outside's long reads email newsletter features our strongest writing, most ambitious reporting, and award-winning storytelling about the outdoors..There is no easy way to reach Twisp, a blink of a town in north-central Washington’s Methow Valley. You could fly into Spokane and cut northwest for 175 miles. Or you could take a turboprop from...

April 2, 2020
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To the Driver Who Hit Me and Ran

To the Driver Who Hit Me and Ran

I was biking home when you barreled into me with your car and left me to dieOutside's long reads email newsletter features our strongest writing, most ambitious reporting, and award-winning storytelling about the outdoors..Here’s what you did when you hit me with your van. And, yes, I understand that it almost certainly wasn’t you who hit me, but since what happened to me was caused by an unidentified assailant who was likely driving while either distracted, drunk, high, using a phone, speeding, or just angry that there was a cyclist on the road, and as you have probably driven in one or...

May 4, 2020
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Climbing's Little Helper

Climbing's Little Helper

Several near deaths on the world’s highest peaks have shed light on a dangerous trend in mountaineering: rampant use of performance-enhancing drugs, particularly the powerful steroid dexamethasone. Devon O’Neil reports on how dope is corrupting the game.Outside's long reads email newsletter features our strongest writing, most ambitious reporting, and award-winning storytelling about the outdoors..By the time Jesse Easterling stumbled into the  emergency clinic, he was nearly incoherent. It was a chilly afternoon at Base Camp, May 17, 2009—two days before the beginning of summit...

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March 14, 2013
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We Need to Talk About Colorado’s Tragic Weekend

We Need to Talk About Colorado’s Tragic Weekend

The backcountry is more popular than ever, but that doesn't make it safeOutside's long reads email newsletter features our strongest writing, most ambitious reporting, and award-winning storytelling about the outdoors..Colorado recorded last Friday and Saturday, which naturally made folks wonder if the COVID-inspired was already contributing to a prophesied uptick in avalanche deaths. It’s not. It’s good policy not to weigh in on the specifics of avalanche accidents like slope angle, decision making, and cause of death until local avalanche centers and coroners compile their...

December 24, 2020
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Yes, You Can Adventure in Vermont This Winter

Yes, You Can Adventure in Vermont This Winter

With a little planning and some commonsense precautions, including quarantine, winter adventures in the Green Mountain State are as ample as everLike just about everything else in life, the way we travel has had to adapt to our current reality. Does that mean your adventure plans are canceled this winter? If you’re headed to Vermont, the answer is a resounding no. If you’re cool with protecting yourself and Vermonters, then the winter adventuring will go on. Here’s how to get your Vermont fix this winter.Anybody can visit Vermont this winter; you just have to follow some commonsense...

November 25, 2020
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Treat Your Crag Dog to These Five Essentials

Treat Your Crag Dog to These Five Essentials

This equipment will keep your four-legged spotter safe while you’re on the wall.Outside's long reads email newsletter features our strongest writing, most ambitious reporting, and award-winning storytelling about the outdoors..Hitting the crag with your pup allows you both to get the zoomies out. But dogs require a little bit of extra care in these environments: Without taking steps to keep them safe and comfortable in the backcountry, a day of climbing can quickly turn into a vet visit. This list of basic crag dog essentials will prepare you and your canine companion for a day or...

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