Adventure in Ireland Is Even Wilder Than You Imagined

Sure, Ireland’s Rory McIlroy pulled off a seven-stroke comeback to win his third Fed-X Cup title in August, but there’s far more to the Emerald Isle than golf, Guinness, and Game of Thrones, or even its famed Irish whiskey. In a nation of storytellers that will leave you telling your own, it’s also an outdoor … Read more

Patagonia Film ‘The Scale of Hope’ Tackles Voting and Climate Change

As its title suggests, Patagonia’s latest film, The Scale Of Hope, takes a positive and proactive approach to a world in deep crisis. Conservationists and eco-warriors looking for helpful strategies, if not all the answers, in addressing climate change will want to give this recently released documentary a watch. The one-hour film profiles Molly Kawahata, … Read more

Climbing Everest With a Fractured Fibula, One Step at a Time

This article on climbing Mt. Everest is an installment of the Men’s Journal Everyday Warrior series, which features advice, key interviews, and tips for living a life of consistent impact, continuous growth, and continual learning.  Editor’s Note: We do not condone or recommend performing high-risk adventures while injured. Sometimes life hits us when we least … Read more

Is Deep-Water Soloing the Next Big Thing in Climbing?

Sixty feet up an overhanging limestone face striped orange and blue on the edge of Spain’s pleasure isle of Mallorca, American climber Chris Sharma pumps once, pumps twice—then launches himself up the rock without a rope. His fingers tickle the next handhold, but can’t quite latch on. Sharma plummets. But the free soloist isn’t about … Read more