EVERY APRIL, the Swedish outdoor company Fjällräven drops 30 people in Signaldalen, Norway, and gives them four days to travel to Väkkäräjärvi, Sweden. It’s 186 miles of icy wilderness, covered entirely by dog power (read: dogsledding). On long days, the lucky prizewinners—participants earn their spots by submitting video applications—spend upwardsContinue Reading

When rock climbing debuts at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, it will likely be remembered as the watershed moment of a once-fringe activity gone mainstream. Undoubtedly, the sport has experienced a surge in popularity over the past few years, with films like Free Solo and The Dawn Wall helpingContinue Reading