Outdoors Magazine

Needles From Mother Earth Rock Climbers Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

The Needles – From Mother Earth To Rock Climbers

Already on the approach you get a feeling for the rough textured and sharp, white granite, as you cross the slabs behind the Needles Watch tower. After an hour of pleasant... Read more

Farewell Bounty Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

Farewell to the Bounty

The photo shows the Bounty as I last saw her this summer, entering my home port harbor silhouetted against a gray dawn sky, sails furled, all crew on deck, coming to shore after... Read more


  • 10 Incredible Rock Pillar Landscapes

    Incredible Rock Pillar Landscapes

    image credit Rock pillar landscapes are some of the most impressive wonders of our world. Molded by geological phenomena and the action of the elements over... Read more

    The 10 October 2012 by   Gerard
  • Canaan Valley, West Virginia

    Canaan Valley, West Virginia

    Three weeks ago, I spent a long weekend (Friday – Monday) in Canaan Valley, West Virginia, with two friends, who also are avid photographers. Read more

    The 23 October 2012 by   Stabone
  • Guest Post: Top 5: Worldwide 4x4 Adventure Trails

    Guest Post: Worldwide Adventure Trails

    If you're an adrenaline junkie after a bit more from your holiday, a 4x4 adventure may be perfect for you. Take to the road on an exhilarating trail, as you... Read more

    The 22 October 2012 by   Exceedpossibility
  • Himalaya Fall 2012 Update: No Summits On Everest and Lhotse

    Himalaya Fall 2012 Update: Summits Everest Lhotse

    Last week, when I fell of the grid for a few days, we were all waiting and watching Everest and Lhotse to see if there would be any late summits on either... Read more

    The 23 October 2012 by   Kungfujedi
  • Safety On The Slopes: Things To Follow

    Safety Slopes: Things Follow

    Skiing or snowboarding on the French Alps can give you endless hours of fun. But the slopes can easily become dangerous if you don’t follow safety measures. Read more

    The 19 October 2012 by   Simplypiste
  • Steve Jobs' Personal Yacht Unveiled

    Steve Jobs' Personal Yacht Unveiled

    Famous designer Philippe Starck has just unveiled ‘Venus’, the high tech yet minimalist yacht that Steve Jobs had imagined before his death. At around 80... Read more

    The 31 October 2012 by   Saharg
  • No Pain, No Gain…No, Really.

    Pain, Gain…No, Really.

    Again, I’ve made the mistake of ignoring the nagging feeling in the back of my mind, that feeling that something is just not right with my body. The first time... Read more

    The 01 October 2012 by   Thervproject
  • Importance of Big Data DATA to Geospatial Technology

    Importance Data DATA Geospatial Technology

    Data is becoming increasingly important. But it’s also increasing in size. Remember when a gigabyte seemed like an impossibly large concept? Such is the... Read more

    The 11 October 2012 by   T_mackinnon
  • Skiing Helmets: To Wear Or Not To Wear

    Skiing Helmets: Wear

    Should you wear a safety helmet when skiing or not? Should it be made law to wear said safety helmet? Or should it only be mandatory for children to wear... Read more

    The 18 October 2012 by   Simplypiste
  • Felix Baumgartner Makes History With 24-mile Jump from Space

    Felix Baumgartner Makes History With 24-mile Jump from Space

    Yesterday, the Austrian daredevil, Felix Baumgartner managed to break all-time free-falling world records by taking a dive from the edge of space. The... Read more

    The 15 October 2012 by   Nrjperera