For centuries, land ownership has been concentrated in the hands of a wealthy elite, but now is the time to take back the countryside, writes Nick Hayes.
The 21-year-old is one of the most talented wave-riders in the world today. This is his journey – in his own words.
Outdoor culture – with its action sports, trail runs, and great country hikes – has long been dominated by the white upper-middle classes. A new Huck project wants to change that.
For Jessie Zapotechne, there‘s nothing more inspiring than running through the streets of New York. Even in the throes of lockdown, her work and the city remain intertwined.
After her brother was murdered, Jamira Burley dedicated her life to helping disadvantaged communities. Here, she tells us how current conditions are impacting her work.
In 2016, Ryan and Casey Higginbotham embarked on a journey that would push them to their absolute limits.
The outdoors has a diversity problem. But while many are quick to blame ‘cultural differences’, the problems are far more complex.
At this year’s Kendal Mountain Festival, we spoke to renowned crack climber Pete Whittaker about his new book.
Founded in 2016 and based out of Glasgow, Boots & Beards have one simple mission: to show that the natural environment is something that can be enjoyed by anyone.
Formed in 1955, the Rough-Stuff Fellowship is a pioneering gang of adventurists who believe that you can go anywhere on two wheels.
We take an exclusive first look at Borderlands, a new Random Acts short – set among two Arctic settlements – that acts as a stark warning of climate change.