Pick up your copy or read online today for an in-depth profile of 14 regional photographers, drives and hikes not to be missed this fall, sunken secrets about Appalachia's underwater ghost towns, Jennifer Pharr Davis' top gear picks for the Mountains to Sea Trail and much more.
2015 was an especially big year for the outdoors. BRO covered everything from record-setting runs to lumbersexuals. There were tragic deaths—and close calls. Here are the stories that generated the most chatter in 2015
For some of the best rock climbers in the country, there's actually more to life than Yosemite or Joshua Tree. Pat Krieger and Adam Nawrot take us to the Southeast in "Dancing with the Stone", a deep story of big obstacles, bigger accomplishments, and some major Chattanooga love.
The climbing world has now seen a second groundbreaking ascent so far this year at the hands of Daniel Woods, on the hardest problem yet in the Californian Bishop's Buttermilk boulder field – an area well-known and -loved by the some of the best climbers today.
The AAC has recently launched its exclusive "Live Your Dreams" grant, specially developed for these budding adventurers in need of a helping hand. Along with the North Face, the AAC wants to provide some much-needed support and financial aid to climbers who want to reach their goals.