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2017 Solar Eclipse Guide

HEY YOU, LOOK UP! WHAT: Total Solar Eclipse—the first to be on the continental U.S. since 1979. WHEN: August 21,READ MORE

Mountain Biking Gold

Making It Happen in Park City with Pro Rider Eric Porter and Trail Builder Derek Thomson These days, mountain bikingREAD MORE

Cranking for Change

Consider the experience of walking into a bike shop. There always seems to be an organized chaos and upbeat energyREAD MORE

Biking for the Books

In the category of standout childhood memories, learning to ride a bike has to be one of the most cherished,READ MORE

HOW TO: Closing Day

No matter how many powder days, early mornings, or games of gnar a season has, no day on the mountainREAD MORE

Spring Snow Safari

We know. Some of you have had enough of the snow and you’re ready for perfect single track. But holdREAD MORE

Eager to Energize

If you drive from Jackson, Wyoming, to Sun Valley, Idaho, on Highway 20, you traverse eastern Idaho’s high desert. KnownREAD MORE

The Long Ride

Gerry Moffatt’s bio reads like a list of one-uppers. You’ve paddled some sick rivers? Well, Moffatt was the first manREAD MORE

The Vertical Cathedral

I watch houses, vehicles, paved roads, and other man-made objects fade away as we roll deeper into the Pioneer Mountains.READ MORE

Alaskan Dreams: Cody Barnhill

My introduction to Cody Barnhill’s Alaska roots? An iPhone photo taken that afternoon of Cody’s trip down memory lane withREAD MORE

Noah Wetzel: BigLife BigShot

Noah Wetzel, a Wisconsin native—turned mountain west adventurer, captures photographs that instantly transport you to ridgelines above the clouds, breathless moments onREAD MORE

Flying Through Corona Arch

Flying through Corona Arch was a pretty full-on experience – there was a full range of emotions, full commitment, andREAD MORE


The first blast of snow hit the Sun Valley high country earlier this week, and locals were abuzz with winterREAD MORE

Rediscovering Glen Canyon

I could not have been more than 10 years old, standing gangly-legged in a stretched out one-piece bathing suit onREAD MORE

October BigShot: Zach Doleac

They are the travelers. The light-chasers. The rules-be-damned adventurers. They capture an experience. They fix a moment. They bring focusREAD MORE

The Best Fall Rides in the West

MMMmmmm slack season in the mountains. Crowds thin, kids go back to school and we excitedly pull out our layersREAD MORE

At the Long Table

The placement of ‘the long table’ upon the land is, in itself, art. This site-specific decision and many others thatREAD MORE

The Stuff of Legends

Legends. It’s another “L” word that shouldn’t be thrown around lightly. But in the world of avalanche safety, fishing products,READ MORE

Road Warrior

Very few words can ignite a bar fight between cyclists. They’re usually too busy or exhausted, burning up kilojoules andREAD MORE

A Heroic Leap

As billows of smoke rise over the mountainside and dark clouds begin to settle over the Alaskan wilderness, eight menREAD MORE

A Place Called Home

I don’t have a home (again), which is a weird thing for someone who owned a house for the lastREAD MORE

A Flock of Eagles

In Silicon Valley and on Wall Street, the hunt for billion-dollar “unicorn” companies never stops. Yet growing numbers of ambitiousREAD MORE

Red Ants Grants

Coco Chanel has a ‘rags-to-riches’ story—one that you’ve heard told in hundreds of different ways, surely. But, if you canREAD MORE

A Town We Love: Sandpoint Idaho

The only consistent sound here in Sandpoint, Idaho, registers somewhere between the quiet of the forest and the distant roarREAD MORE

Ladies of the Land

“All these clouds in fantastical and luminous shapes, these chaotic darknesses, these hanging green and pink immensities, these gaping blazes,READ MORE

Cast. Drift. I’m hooked.

For those of us who crave the serenity (and thrill) of a life lived outdoors, a transition in season isREAD MORE

The Call of Stein

BigLife salutes Stein and the big life he led. Generations of skiers and mountain town dwellers thank you. In theREAD MORE

Second Nature

It all started when a mutual friend thought Jackson Residents Nona Yehia and Penny McBride ought to meet. There wereREAD MORE

Berry Necessary

At 17 years old, Pinedale, Wyoming, native, Megan Grassell was a studious high school junior whose ambition trumped her teachers’READ MORE