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We love this shot of the Delicate Arch under the Milky Way, from Outside reader @king_roberto. That glow on the arch was achieved by illuminating the shot with a headlamp for five seconds during the 30-second exposure. | For a chance to be featured, send your photos to email@example.com.
Is a place like this on your bucket list in 2019? You need a travel budget. And it’s easier than you might think to put one together in an afternoon. Head to the link in our bio to learn the three foundational rules and start planning for the trip of your dreams. | Photo by @chrispoops
At the end of last month, endurance athlete @colinobrady completed his historic, unsupported solo traverse of Antarctica. Naturally, we wanted to know what gear he used to do it. Read about the key pieces that saw him through the 54-day, 932-mile trek at the link in our bio. | Photo courtesy of Colin O’Brady
For temporary visitors to the highest places on earth, mountains make you weak and stupid. Our Sweat Science columnist Alex Hutchinson explores the reasoning for this—and yes, it's more complicated than just thinner air. Read the story at the link in our bio. | Photo by @nathanhadley_
One of the things we love about January is the fresh start feeling you just don't get any other time of the year. It's a time of reflection, goal-setting, and adding to your bucket list. So we're partnering with @parksproject to give away some adventure tools to aid you in your travel plans this year! To enter for one of two prize packs, follow @parksproject and tag your adventure partner in the comments. We'll announce the winner here on January 25. | Photo by @jayrmcdonald
There’s no shortage of great places to cozy up for a winter getaway, but with amenities like stargazing observatories, wood-fired saunas, exceptional taverns, and winter sports aplenty, a whole slew of mountain huts, hotels, and lodges are raising the bar. Pictured here is a sauna at the new Eastwind Hotel, which opened in the Catskills this past summer. Read about it and nine other swoon-worthy winter accommodations at the link in our bio. | Photo courtesy of @eastwindny
Contributing writer @annacalla shot this iPhone snap of her partner, @mike_ofthemountain, walking into Camp 2 on Ama Dablam (19,500 feet) just before sunset. She writes, “The idea to climb Ama Dablam originated with a few too many beers one night last spring, when impulse buying plane tickets to Nepal eight months ahead of time during a new relationship sounded like a pretty good plan.” Judging from this gorgeous view and the bagged summit, we're inclined to say it shook out pretty well.
Where we'd rather be on a Monday. | Photo by @funlifecrisis
Weekend Read: In his much-loved book 'What I Talk About When I Talk About Running,' Haruki Murakami completely misunderstands what it means to be a female runner. Read @tatum_dooley’s personal essay on the real pain of running in the city as a woman at the link in our bio. | Illustration by @andrea_ucini
Is one of your 2019 resolutions to read more? Head to the link in our bio to see three lists of books we've loved recently. | Photo by @ingahendrickson