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Outside

January/February 2019
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Outside readers are passionately committed to leading an active lifestyle. Outside not only motivates readers to uncover and define their own personal day-to-day adventures, but also provides them with the tools, products and information to fulfill them.

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The Choice Is Yours

It’s Not About the Oil • ADVOCATES OF DRILLING IN THE ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE ARE TRYING TO MAKE AN END RUN AROUND THE LAW AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. IF THEY SUCCEED, YOUR BACKYARD CONSERVATION AREA COULD BE NEXT.

The Warrior Mentality • LEGENDARY SPECIAL FORCES VETERAN DAVID GOGGINS HAS WRITTEN A GAME PLAN FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE. PREPARE TO SUFFER.

Seventeen Years in Mongolia • CAPTURING A COUNTRY IN FLUX

Grand Central • FROM DESERTED BEACHES TO RAUCOUS SINGLETRACK TO ANCIENT MAYA RUINS, THESE NEW ADVENTURES AND RESORTS IN CENTRAL AMERICA WILL WARM YOU UP

Under the Tucson Sun • WARM WINTER TEMPERATURES, SAGUARO-STUDDED MOUNTAINS, AND EMPTY TRAILS LURE ADVENTURERS TO THIS COLLEGE TOWN

Fluff Pieces • THE COZIEST WINTER JACKETS

Perfect Pairs • WEATHER-READY FOOTWEAR WITH STREET STYLING

The Ice Queen Cometh • LAYER UP AND CONQUER THE COLD

24-Hour Fitness • HAVING YOUR OWN TRAINING SPACE MEANS NO EXCUSES

Lighten Up, Will Ya? • SLICK SHACKETS FOR BLUEBIRD DAYS

DOWNLOAD TO UNLOAD • Countless apps promise to quiet the anxious mind. These stand out.

The Performance Project • A month on a meat-only diet, a survey of New York City’s weirdest workout classes, and five other unorthodox wellness quests

FLUID DYNAMICS • Nicole Lund, a nutritionist at New York University’s Langone Sports Performance Center, explains the basics of hydration

FAST TIMES • There are plenty of popular calorie-restriction methods, just don’t dive in without consulting a doctor

HOW THE SAUSAGE WAS MADE • I kept a detailed spreadsheet to quantify my carnivorous journey. These are the highlights, by the numbers.

AMONG MOUNTAINS AND MARTYRS • KURDISTAN IS HOME TO SPECTACULAR PEAKS, RUSHING RIVERS, AND FIERCELY HOSPITABLE PEOPLE. IT COULD BE THE MIDDLE EAST’S PREMIER OUTDOOR DESTINATION—EXCEPT FOR A FEW LINGERING PROBLEMS, INCLUDING LAND MINES LEFT OVER FROM DECADES OF WAR. LESS THAN A YEAR AFTER THE DEFEAT OF THE ISLAMIC STATE, JASON MOTLAGH TRAVELED THROUGH IRAQ’S NORTHERN BACKCOUNTRY—A PLACE WHERE OLD CONFLICTS COULD FINALLY GIVE WAY TO NEW ADVENTURES.

The Unlikely Preacher of Action Sports • SAL MASEKELA, first son of a Haitian immigrant and a legendary South African jazz musician, was the face and voice of the X Games, Red Bull’s Media House, and the Olympics. Now, as the meteoric growth of the action-sports industry comes back to earth, the most connected man in the room is left wondering what’s next.

GET STORY • SOME OF THE WORLD’S MOST OBSESSED ATHLETES ARE HIGH POINTERS, CLIMBERS WHO WILL DO ANYTHING TO REACH THE TALLEST POINT IN EVERY STATE, COUNTY, OR WHATEVER OTHER DESIGNATION THEY CAN DREAM UP. A LOT OF THOSE PEAKS AREN’T SO TALL—LIKE DELAWARE’S 447.85-FOOT EBRIGHT AZIMUTH—BUT THERE’S PLENTY OF CHALLENGE IN THIS QUEST. JUST ASK JOHN MITCHLER, WHO HAD KNOCKED OFF EVERYTHING ON HIS DREAM LIST EXCEPT THE TALLEST SPOT IN A REMOTE U.S. TERRITORY: AGRIHAN.

THE EGG THIEF • For decades he helicoptered up and rappelled down to aeries on cliff faces from Patagonia to Quebec, snatching unhatched raptors and selling them, investigators believe, to wealthy Middle Eastern falconers. JOSHUA HAMMER tracks one of the most bizarre criminals in modern history.

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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 92 Publisher: Mariah Media Edition: January/February 2019

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  • Release date: December 14, 2018

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Outside readers are passionately committed to leading an active lifestyle. Outside not only motivates readers to uncover and define their own personal day-to-day adventures, but also provides them with the tools, products and information to fulfill them.

Feedback

The Choice Is Yours

It’s Not About the Oil • ADVOCATES OF DRILLING IN THE ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE ARE TRYING TO MAKE AN END RUN AROUND THE LAW AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. IF THEY SUCCEED, YOUR BACKYARD CONSERVATION AREA COULD BE NEXT.

The Warrior Mentality • LEGENDARY SPECIAL FORCES VETERAN DAVID GOGGINS HAS WRITTEN A GAME PLAN FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE. PREPARE TO SUFFER.

Seventeen Years in Mongolia • CAPTURING A COUNTRY IN FLUX

Grand Central • FROM DESERTED BEACHES TO RAUCOUS SINGLETRACK TO ANCIENT MAYA RUINS, THESE NEW ADVENTURES AND RESORTS IN CENTRAL AMERICA WILL WARM YOU UP

Under the Tucson Sun • WARM WINTER TEMPERATURES, SAGUARO-STUDDED MOUNTAINS, AND EMPTY TRAILS LURE ADVENTURERS TO THIS COLLEGE TOWN

Fluff Pieces • THE COZIEST WINTER JACKETS

Perfect Pairs • WEATHER-READY FOOTWEAR WITH STREET STYLING

The Ice Queen Cometh • LAYER UP AND CONQUER THE COLD

24-Hour Fitness • HAVING YOUR OWN TRAINING SPACE MEANS NO EXCUSES

Lighten Up, Will Ya? • SLICK SHACKETS FOR BLUEBIRD DAYS

DOWNLOAD TO UNLOAD • Countless apps promise to quiet the anxious mind. These stand out.

The Performance Project • A month on a meat-only diet, a survey of New York City’s weirdest workout classes, and five other unorthodox wellness quests

FLUID DYNAMICS • Nicole Lund, a nutritionist at New York University’s Langone Sports Performance Center, explains the basics of hydration

FAST TIMES • There are plenty of popular calorie-restriction methods, just don’t dive in without consulting a doctor

HOW THE SAUSAGE WAS MADE • I kept a detailed spreadsheet to quantify my carnivorous journey. These are the highlights, by the numbers.

AMONG MOUNTAINS AND MARTYRS • KURDISTAN IS HOME TO SPECTACULAR PEAKS, RUSHING RIVERS, AND FIERCELY HOSPITABLE PEOPLE. IT COULD BE THE MIDDLE EAST’S PREMIER OUTDOOR DESTINATION—EXCEPT FOR A FEW LINGERING PROBLEMS, INCLUDING LAND MINES LEFT OVER FROM DECADES OF WAR. LESS THAN A YEAR AFTER THE DEFEAT OF THE ISLAMIC STATE, JASON MOTLAGH TRAVELED THROUGH IRAQ’S NORTHERN BACKCOUNTRY—A PLACE WHERE OLD CONFLICTS COULD FINALLY GIVE WAY TO NEW ADVENTURES.

The Unlikely Preacher of Action Sports • SAL MASEKELA, first son of a Haitian immigrant and a legendary South African jazz musician, was the face and voice of the X Games, Red Bull’s Media House, and the Olympics. Now, as the meteoric growth of the action-sports industry comes back to earth, the most connected man in the room is left wondering what’s next.

GET STORY • SOME OF THE WORLD’S MOST OBSESSED ATHLETES ARE HIGH POINTERS, CLIMBERS WHO WILL DO ANYTHING TO REACH THE TALLEST POINT IN EVERY STATE, COUNTY, OR WHATEVER OTHER DESIGNATION THEY CAN DREAM UP. A LOT OF THOSE PEAKS AREN’T SO TALL—LIKE DELAWARE’S 447.85-FOOT EBRIGHT AZIMUTH—BUT THERE’S PLENTY OF CHALLENGE IN THIS QUEST. JUST ASK JOHN MITCHLER, WHO HAD KNOCKED OFF EVERYTHING ON HIS DREAM LIST EXCEPT THE TALLEST SPOT IN A REMOTE U.S. TERRITORY: AGRIHAN.

THE EGG THIEF • For decades he helicoptered up and rappelled down to aeries on cliff faces from Patagonia to Quebec, snatching unhatched raptors and selling them, investigators believe, to wealthy Middle Eastern falconers. JOSHUA HAMMER tracks one of the most bizarre criminals in modern history.

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