9 Professional Tips For Taking Insane Adventure PhotographsJeremiah Watt captures people dangling off boulders and surfing down mountains, highlining between cliffs and deepwater diving into the abyss. We asked Watt for his top tips for taking amazing adventure photographs, and here's what he had to say.
Oregon Avalanche Victims NamedThe 2 men killed in the Oregon avalanche were a guide and his client.
The World's 10 Coolest Treehouse HotelsLooking for a vacation with an edge? Instead of traveling to a city, take your next trip to nature and hang out at these treehouse hotels.
The Most Epically Remote Places On EarthNeed a cool vacation idea? Why not visit some of the most epically remote places on earth? Check out our list of favorites provided by Thrillist.
Study: Temperatures Go Off The Charts Around 2047Scientists have figured out when temperatures could really go off the charts from global warming. And for dozens of cities it's only about a generation away.
1 Dead, 1 Missing In Avalanches East Of SeattleAuthorities in Washington state say one woman has died and one man is still missing after a pair of spring avalanches struck separate groups hiking in the mountains each of Seattle.
Feds: Lack Of Sea Ice Changes Walrus BehaviorThe absence of vast swaths of summer sea ice is changing the behavior of Pacific walrus, federal scientists said Wednesday, but added that more research will be needed to say what the final effects might be.
Man Survives Brown Bear Bite A Kodiak man managed to survive an encounter with a mother bear and her cubs by playing dead.
Best Halloween Nature Hikes in Puget SoundHead into nature this Halloween to see what really hoots and howls. Kids and parents alike will enjoy these day and nighttime hikes. Here are some of our favorites.
Blake Island Offers a Quiet Fall Adventure Here's a question, a pop quiz really: Where's Blake Island? Is it nestled between Vashon and Bainbridge islands? A 45-minute boat ride from Seattle? (Yes, and yes.) And it's worth a second look.
100 Million-Year-Old Spider Attack Preserved In Unique FossilExperts at Oregon State University have discovered a one-of-a-kind fossil in which an ancient spider is forever frozen in the process of attacking its prey.
Group Asks Judge To Halt Sea Lion Killings A federal judge will decide by the end of May whether to stop the government from killing sea lions that eat endangered wild salmon bottled up at Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River.