The tight-knit outdoors community of the Blue Mountains was shaken to its core on the day of a rock collapse that were soon to find had one of our own trapped beneath.
The North Esk Paddle Fest, Lea Extreme Race and Snowy Extreme Race are combining for a second year as the Australian Whitewater Grand Prix.
Columnist Megan Holbeck is on a mission to find the best places to go for insight into the Indigenous heritage of popular Australian travel. destinations.
Mike Pescod of the Jöttnar Pro Team outlines what we can do to improve our climbing in the mountains this winter.
A young environmentalist from Lake Cathie, NSW, is taking on the world’s plastic waste problems, one confident step at a time.
Australia will host its first backcountry festival, to be launched at Falls Creek on the September 1, coinciding with World Telemark Day.
Flow and minimalism all appear in the new Australian clothing brand, Soartd.
The Wet Tropics Management Authority is pleased to announce its Snap the Tropics photograph competition winners. The competition attracted more than 150 entries from local photographers across the Wet Tropics region, featuring everything from creek and waterfall scenes to cassowary and orchid snaps. Entries were independently judged by acclaimed Cairns nature photographer Mike Prociv. The Read More
Mountaineer Tim Macartney-Snape explains another kind of pioneering effort: to take on plastic litter in Nepal and beyond.
News of logging activities in nearby State Parks is causing local residents to take notice and action against the destruction of critical native habitat.
Mark Daffey explores the local history and landscape of South Africa’s Drakensberg in a series of challenging day hikes.
Wreckage of a single-engine aircraft that crashed near Queensland’s Mt Molloy in 1967 has been ‘rediscovered’ after a half-century of searching.
Declining platypus populations have caused researchers to raise the alarm, but figuring out how direthe problem is – or how to solve it – isn’t going to be simple.
By completing Yosemite NP’s El Capitan without ropes or safety gear, Alex Honnold has achieved one of the greatest feats in climbing history.
Tasmania’s Three Capes Track is proving popular beyond tourists and walkers. It’s also accruing a number of design awards.
Dave Osborne has relaunched his popular WalkGPS site, while also calling for WA’s bushwalking community to become more active in demanding better walking access.