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Between the Lines
Snow Day, Lesotho Style • CAPTURING A RARE POWDER DUMP AT A RESORT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
The Long Shadow of Alex Lowe • IN THE RECENT DOCUMENTARY TORN, A SON OF THE LATE CLIMBING LEGEND TAKES A PENETRATING LOOK AT HIS FATHER’S DEATH AND THE FAMILY DRAMA THAT ENSUED
Silver Linings • LAYERS FOR ANY ACTIVITY
Street Smart • CASUAL FITS FOR THE GYM, OFFICE, AND EVERYWHERE IN BETWEEN
Double Duty • GEAR TO HELP YOU THRIVE BOTH AT THE RESORT AND PAST THE GATES
Leg Days • GET PEDALING UNDER YOUR OWN POWER, NO MATTER THE WEATHER
Burnt • If there’s one thing we’ve learned from the pandemic, it’s that Americans work too much—-and they’re sick of it. We asked seven writers to find ways to toil less, adventure more, and live a truly fulfilling life. Here’s how it went. PLUS: Five influencers shaping today’s wellness trends.
It’s Easy to Find Balance • All you have to do is figure out the meaning of life
I Lived Like a Finn • Can’t we all use a daily steam at the office?
I Tried Working 7.6 Hours a Day. It Wasn’t Easy. • Old habits are hard to break
Casey Johnston • The columnist preaching the gospel of weight lifting
I Found Focus Through 62-Degree Swims • And I faced my fear of the ocean to boot
Cami Árboles • The instructor who prioritizes community over physical transformation
Shana Minei Spence • The dietitian who thinks you could use another helping
I Used My Google Calendar for Good • Water-cooler chat? Make an appointment.
We Made Lunch Breaks Mandatory. Sort Of. • Why is taking an hour off so difficult?
Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins • Native educators reclaiming wellness culture
I Lived #vanlife and Still Worked My Nine-to-Five • Instagram makes it look so easy
Roaming Essentials • Three products that made my traveling office functional
The Mexico You Don’t Know • WHEN TRAVEL RESUMED IN EARLY 2021, AMERICANS IN DROVES HEADED SOUTH OF THE BORDER, WITH MOST OPTING FOR THE TOURIST MECCAS OF CANCÚN, MEXICO CITY, PUERTO VALLARTA, AND LOS CABOS. BUT WHY FOLLOW THE MASSES WHEN YOU CAN EXPLORE WILD CORNERS OF THE COUNTRY FEW OTHERS VISIT? WE ROUNDED UP 18 WAYS TO DO JUST THAT—AND TO SUPPORT LOCAL ECONOMIES WHILE YOU’RE AT IT.
Here Comes Diggins! • FOUR YEARS AGO, MINNESOTA PHENOM JESSIE DIGGINS WON HISTORIC OLYMPIC GOLD IN CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING, ALONGSIDE KIKKAN RANDALL. SHE WAS JUST GETTING GOING.
The Snowless Ski Area • HOW OLYMPIC ORGANIZERS PLAN TO HOST THE 2022 GAMES IN BEIJING ON A MOUNTAIN WITH ALMOST NO WINTER PRECIPITATION
Six Things to Watch for at the 2022 Games • THE BEIJING OLYMPICS COMMENCE FEBRUARY 4. THESE ARE THE PEOPLE, EVENTS, AND TRENDS WE’LL HAVE OUR EYES ON.
God Take My Spirit • The MOST FORMATIVE experience in the life of adventure writer MARK JENKINS was his membership in the WYOMING ALPINE CLUB, a group of friends who traveled the world doing cutting-edge EXPEDITIONS on trails, rivers, and PEAKS. IN 1995, four of them went to BAFFIN ISLAND on a trip Jenkins skipped because it seemed FAR TOO RISKY. He’s still HAUNTED by what happened there.
Finders Keepers • All over America’s ancient eastern mountains, there’s an organism that lives underground, tethered to tree roots, waiting to be hunted. It’s among the world’s rarest and most expensive foods, and it grows in a wide range of conditions. But there’s only one guy in the country who really knows how to find it....