We believe good things come from people spending time outside. It’s about more than standing on the mountain top. It’s about nourishment and learning. It’s about protecting what sustains us. It’s about building relationships with the outdoors and each other.

Community is at the heart of Outdoor Project. Outdoor Project Contributors capture the photographs, and share the in-depth information to create the adventure, gear and travel content published on Outdoor Project. The Membership Community adds vital updates, reviews, and additional imagery. Throughout, information is carefully curated to present the most reliable and consistently inspiring outdoor resource available. Rounding it all out is the ecosystem of clients and partnerships shared with outdoor brands, travel/tourism destinations and the non-profit organizations doing meaningful conservation work in the growing number of areas we cover.


Outdoor Project members are creating the most engaged community of outdoor enthusaists anywhere. Members get access to additional features on Outdoor Project.


Our dedicated community of experienced photographers, videographers, writers and outdoor adventurers who have elected to share their experiences with us.

Our Nonprofit Initiative

Working in conjunction with Outdoor Project, OutdoorProject.org creates inspired and enriching outdoor educational content and supports non-profit groups already doing great work in the areas of conservation and outdoor education and who share the mission of stewarding the natural world.

OutdoorProject.org is a 501(c)(3) non-profit business that uses Giving Member funding to execute its mission. Received funds are split 50/50, with half used by OutdoorProject.org to create educational content and half directly supporting partnering organizations. The support OutdoorProject.org receives from Giving Members directly translates into investments in the health and well-being of the environment, the economy, and the community for both present and future generations.


Our Nonprofit Partners