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REI
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 

Dos And Don’ts For Taking A Friend Climbing For The First Time

Want to introduce a friend to climbing? Here are five ways to help make sure they have a great time—and want to come back for more.
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The Manual
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

New To Nature? Start Backpacking With Rental Gear From CampCrate

How do you plan for a backpacking trip in Yosemite when you have no gear? Simply rent what you need from CampCrate and ship it back when you're done. Founders Chad Lawver and Mason Gravley want to make it as easy as possible for beginners to go backpacking.
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REI
2 hr 48 min ago

5 Tips For Handling Fear In Fourth-Class Terrain

Listening to your gut—and picking good partners—is key to having fun in the mountains, especially when you're expanding your comfort zone.
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REI
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Congress Is So Close To Ensuring More People Can Enjoy The Great Outdoors

REI's CEO says leadership, courage and opportunity exist in Congress today to pass a historic outdoor recreation legislation before this Congress ends.
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The Trek
Saturday, 8 Dec 2018 

Does There Have To Be A Good Reason For Hiking The PCT?

Everyone asks, "Why are you hiking the Pacific Crest Trail?" Fine...here is why.
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Adventure Journal
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

If You Want No Fuss Snowshoes, The Crescent Moon Evas Are For You

Making a snowshoe out of foam, bits of hard plastic, and a velcro binding system is a pretty bold move, because at first glance the Eva Crescent Moon snowshoes look a bit like, well, toys. Or gimmicks. Real snowshoes have complicated strap-on binding systems, big metal teeth and metal frames, lots more metal in general, […]
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Outdoor Photographer Magazine
Saturday, 8 Dec 2018 

Photo Of The Day By Robert Kaplan

Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Pelican Landing” by Robert Kaplan. Location: Anastasia State Park, Florida. “While walking on the... The post Photo Of The Day By Robert Kaplan appeared first on Outdoor Photographer.
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Outside Magazine
11 hr 45 min ago

Holiday Giveaway: Oyuki Pep Trigger Mitts

The Oyuki Pep Trigger Mitts ($140) are a favorite of gear editor Ben Fox.
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Outdoor Photographer Magazine
10 hr 47 min ago

Compose Yourself

There are a number of conventional words that are associated with how a photo should be composed. Given their definitions,... The post Compose Yourself appeared first on Outdoor Photographer.
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Outside Magazine
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Outside's Picks For People Of The Year

The year in adventure fitness, gear, and sports was shaped by bold visionaries with world-changing dreams—and the mojo to make them real
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Gear Junkie
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Do It Yourself: Early-Season Ski & Snowboard Waxing

A tuned ski will give consistent performance, from blower pow to wet mashed potatoes. This is how to wax skis and snowboards for a great year. The post Do It Yourself: Early-Season Ski & Snowboard Waxing appeared first on GearJunkie.
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Gear Junkie
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 

Obstacle Race Giant 'Spartan' Adds Trail Running Series

With the launch of its 12-race Spartan Trail series, the world’s largest obstacle course racing brand is officially entering the sport of trail running. The post Obstacle Race Giant ‘Spartan’ Adds Trail Running Series appeared first on GearJunkie.
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Gear Junkie
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Fastest Filter? GRAYL GEOPRESS Bottle Purifies Nasty Water

GRAYL just announced the third iteration of its innovative water bottle. The all-new GEOPRESS increases volume, adds features, and removes bacteria, viruses, and pollutants in seconds. The post Fastest Filter? GRAYL GEOPRESS Bottle Purifies Nasty Water appeared first on GearJunkie.
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Outside Magazine
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 

How The Outdoors Makes Your Kids Smarter

The freedom to move and play outside inspires creativity and improved brain function
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National Parks Traveler
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

National Park To Host Cuyahoga River Water Trail Open House

An open house has been scheduled for next week at Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio to discuss the Cuyahoga River Water Trail project and provide input towards its creation. For the rest of the story, and a daily dose of national park news, visit www.nationalparkstraveler.com
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National Parks Traveler
Saturday, 1 Dec 2018 

Fee Increases Coming To Everglades National Park To Help With Deferred Main...

Some higher fees are coming to Everglades National Park early next year, as entrance fees will creep up slightly to help the park address deferred maintenance, an issue the Congress so far has failed to deal with.
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The New York Times
Thursday, 29 Nov 2018 

Is Geotagging On Instagram Ruining Natural Wonders? Some Say Yes

Conservation groups and others are asking social media users not to add precise location tags to photos of fragile ecosystems and wild animals.
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National Parks Traveler
Saturday, 1 Dec 2018 

National Park Service Announces Centennial Challenge Project To Reduce Maintenance...

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Superintendent Mardi Arce announced a $300,000 project in partnership with Mission Heritage Partners to restore and preserve historic masonry in the park.
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Jalopnik
Tuesday, 4 Dec 2018 

At $11,000, Would You Flip Your Lid Over This 1989 Ford Bronco Pop-Top Camp...

Many consider a lack of “room service” the height of roughing it. If you are less discriminating, you might find today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe camper more your cup of cowboy coffee. Let’s see if it’s worth paying for fewer amenities.
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Backpacker Magazine
Monday, 3 Dec 2018 

How To Stay Safe While Hiking Mountains In Winter

Who needs an off-season? Take on the challenge with Colorado mountain guide Jason Antin, who shares his best tips for hiking in the mountains during the winter season.
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REI
Thursday, 29 Nov 2018 

Want To Build Climbing Skills? Quit Maxing Out Every Training Session

Sure, it feels good to know you tried your hardest—but you could actually be holding yourself back. Here's a better way to start climbing stonger.
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Outside Magazine
Tuesday, 4 Dec 2018 

What An Award-Winning Travel Writer Keeps In His Pack

I've logged quite a few miles for this magazine and others. Whether I'm on the trail or the streets of the 11th arrondissement in Paris, several items make it into my bag time and again.
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Outside Magazine
Saturday, 1 Dec 2018 

Jimmy Chin’s Nine Tips For Adventure Photography

The National Geographic contributor and director of Meru and Free Solo hardly needs an introduction.
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National Parks Traveler
Saturday, 1 Dec 2018 

National Park Service Announces Centennial Challenge Project To Reduce Maintenance Backlog On Historic...

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Superintendent Mardi Arce announced a $300,000 project in partnership with Mission Heritage Partners to restore and preserve historic masonry in the park.
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Outside Magazine
Sunday, 2 Dec 2018 

In Search Of A Dying Tree, And A Change For Our Climate

Ecologist Lauren Oakes’s new book, ‘In Search of the Canary Tree,’ puts a human face on a crisis we created.