Search Results

Lucy Clark: Running the 3000km Te Araroa Trail

In November 2019, 34-year-old Bright local, Lucy Clark, started running more than a marathon per day for 70 days straight. She intends to traverse the full 3000 kilometre length of New Zealand’s famed Te Araroa trail faster than any woman has done before.

Read More
Running into the night. CREDIT: kieferpix/Getty Images

Why is Ultra Running so Popular?

Outdoor unravels the appeal of this booming adventure sport.

Read More

Behind the Brand: One Planet

Outdoor recently took a trip to One Planet's Victorian factory to take a look at their style and discover their philosophy.

Read More
Sean Conway in action

To prepare or to wing it?

We talk to four seasoned explorers to discover just how much homework you should put in before setting off on a large outdoor escapade.

Read More

Kate Leeming Cycles the Indian Himalaya

Kate challenges her mind and body at high altitudes, all the while bringing electricity to remote villages.

Read More
Roman Hofmann, Double Adapter (31) at Gateway, Blue Mountains

The Personality of a Rock Climber

Monique Forestier ponders her past in an effort to understand why she's dedicated herself to a life of climbing.

Read More

The Making of an Adventurer

What motivates people to commit their lives to grand-scale achievements in the outdoors?

Read More

Paddling in the Wake of a Legend

Paddling from Europe to Australia long enough for you? We talk to Sandy Robson about exploration, her 23,000 kilometre trip and its inspiration: Oskar Speck.

Read More

Profile: Kate Leeming

One of Australia's greatest contemporary explorers, Kate Leeming, discusses what motivates her ongoing quest to break new ground.

Read More

Andrea Hah: from Gymnast to Rockclimber

Ten years as a gymnast made Andrea Hah strong and determined. Now, when she puts this kind of determination into rock climbing, she sets records.

Read More

Refine search


Outdoor finds new Places to Go

Media Release

Read More

Exploring Tasmania's Tarkine on Foot

For those yearning to escape the rat race and delve headlong into nature, this summer there’s a new route to consider. A brand new course through the pristine takayna/Tarkine in Tasmania’s north west.

Read More