Sports + Adventure

Matador brings you adventure sports and the athletes that inspire us, whether it’s an extreme sports pro, or someone just getting started kayaking, surfing, or on the road, learning how people play in other countries.

We follow events that bring the entire world together like almost nothing else can, such as the World Cup, as well as tightly-knit local events such as the Green Race that exemplify how entire communities can develop around a certain place and sport.

Matador has members who run surf camps and others who teach people how to paddle. We have climbers, mountaineers, long distance cyclists, and soccer players. No matter where and how people play, we’re always looking to try it out and share it.

Sports + Adventure Articles
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35 places to swim in the world’s clearest water

by Hal Amen
1

Skiing down a glacier is just as badass as it sounds

by Matador Team
1

25+ ultimate destinations in the US for winter sports

by Katie Scott Aiton
11

13 soothing images of our underwater world

by Morgane Croissant
1

Diving between tectonic plates in Iceland

by Richa Joshi
2

The most subversive way to travel

by Julian Sayarer
2

11+ epic hiking trails in Hawaii

by Matador Staff
1

Infographic: Here’s the best skiing destinations in the US

by Matador Team
1

How to prepare for a successful climb of Mount Kilimanjaro

by Marinel de Jesus
2

The 10 women who are inspiring us to get outdoors in 2017

by Lindsay MacNevin
2

Does the outdoors really have a diversity problem?

by Atlas & Boots
2

13 of the most mind-blowing hikes around Portland

by Henry Miller
1

Scotland’s Secret

by Matador Media House
5

Seasonally confused: An adventure to find snow during Colorado’s warmest October on record

by Jesse Levine
2

The 4 things camping as a kid taught me about surviving as an adult

by Pippa Biddle
35

How to: Independently trek Nepal’s Annapurna sanctuary

by Matt Huntington
3

The Palm Beaches, Florida: Paradise at full throttle

by Matador Media House
4

15 mind-blowing outdoor experiences in British Columbia

by Joanne Chui
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