Backcountry employees travel to New Zealand with Smartwool to get the facts about sustainable merino wool.
Outdoor rock climbing competitions allow you to express your competitive spirit, no matter your abilities.
Selecting the most appropriate belay device is one of easiest and most important ways to climb safely.
The shift to ultralight backpacking requires examining your gear and changing your mindset. Lightweight backpacks, tents, and sleeping bags are at...
Hiking gives you access to nature plus a workout that benefits both your body and mind. Here’s an overview of the physical and mental health...
This Giving Tuesday, consider giving to one of these nonprofits that help support our mission of connecting people to their outdoor passions.
Ice climbing festivals around the country will help you boost your skills and meet new partners.
Fire pit cooking is often the best way to prepare a meal while camping. It all starts with the essential camp cooking gear, like a Dutch oven and...
Get the details on Backcountry’s first ever pop-up shop in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City, open this winter.
The Wander Women Collective brings people together through the arts and the outdoors. Here’s a look at their three-part video series.
Find out how one Backcountry employee took on the Grand Traverse Mountain Run in Crested Butte with the help of the company’s new adventure prize.
This summer, Backcountry adopted two trails in Utah’s Cottonwood Canyons. Here’s how we helped maintain Lake Blanche and Red Pine Lake trails.