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In this film based on a true incident on Mount Washington, particulars are off but the message is hope.
From a leaky tent to a bout of hypothermia, these misadventures left us wiser in the end.
Did ranger Randy Morgenson succumb to disaster or despair?
When his brother turned back a few miles into their overnight hike, Jacob Velarde decided to continue solo. It was a mistake.
You think climbing Rainier is tough? Try it carrying wounds from a war, then see who you pity.
In a wilderness emergency, the tiniest details can be a matter of life and death. After a pair of accidents leave one one young adventurer injured and another deceased, Hayden Seder ponders the difference a stroke of luck can make.
The best way to ensure survival in the wild? Learn how to live like a hunter-gatherer.
From strandings at sea to grizzly attacks, we collect our readers' favorite tales from the brink.
When we awoke in the blizzard of ash, we were ready to run for our lives. Was the ash toxic? Would slag soon fall from the sky like meteorites?
On August 25, 2005, Johan Otter and his 18-year-old daughter, Jenna, hiked right into the worst nightmare of any Glacier National Park backpacker: a 300-pound mother grizzly protecting two cubs. Here, in his own words, the 45-year-old physical therapist from Escondido, CA, shares the incredible story of their life-and-death struggle.
From snowblindness to wrong turns, everyday wilderness adventures can turn ugly if you're not prepared for everything.