With the reconstruction of its ancient library, the city of Alexandria has come full circle.
At the end of the world, an avian researcher’s work takes flight
Exploring Angel Falls in Venezuela is a wild trek filled with verdant wonder and natural splendor.
Once a year, deep in the Sahara, nomads gather to celebrate life, love and an almost forgotten way of life.
Technically a 70,000 sq. km reservation, Navajo Nation seems a better name for an expanse of land roughly the same size as Wyoming.
The Sandakan March through the Borneo Jungle was the worst likely atrocity Australian soldiers suffered in the Second World War. To understand why, Outpost set out to retrace it and invited Australian troops to come along.
Fuez Bowl, Kicking Horse, B.C.—one of the steepest and deepest runs of any ski resort in North America. I’m standing at the top with only one option: down. My coach, Don, has convinced me that after four days o...
Team Outpost sets out across King William Island to unravel the mystery of what happened to John Franklin and his crew
In Part 2 of our Nunavut expedition, Team Outpost heads to Kivalliq to find bowhead whale bones, traces of narwhal and a buzzing community far from the beaten path.
Discovering the vast tundra of Kitikmeot by plane, boat and broken ATV, Team Outpost meets the people who love this part of Canada more than anywhere else.