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Annie Klusendorf

A Midwest transplant, Annie is a photographer, writer, and outdoorist currently based in Boulder, Colorado.
The 9 Best Portable Fire Pits & What You Need to Know Before You Buy
The 9 Best LNT-Approved Portable Fire Pits

Sleek and smokeless, lightweight and durable, these clever packable fire pits are perfect for any backyard, campsite, or roadside viewpoint

Q&A: Pattie Gonia on Leadership, Social Media, and Outdoor Advocacy
Pattie Gonia on Nature's Queerness and Rebuilding Their Relationship to the Outdoors

How Wyn Wiley inadvertently launched an intense personal and public journey for a more equitable outdoors via "professional homosexual" Pattie Gonia

Glamping Wisconsin: The 8 Best Spots for a Comfy Outdoor Escape
Wisconsin's Best Glamping Sites for a Luxe Midwestern Nature Escape

Airstreams, yurts, and even a treehouse offer accommodating respites in the American Midwest

Glamping Colorado : 18 Luxe Spots for a Refreshing Outdoor Escape
Colorado's 18 Best Glamping Spots for A Refreshing (and Luxe) Outdoor Escape

As one of the country's top outdoors destinations, Colorado's glamping opportunities offer everything from all-inclusive camps to backcountry shelters

DAYBREAK Is a New Magazine Celebrating Adventure & Design
Inside DAYBREAK, the Print Magazine Combining Gritty Adventure with Good Design

200 glossy pages of analog inspiration by the likes of Ben Moon, Judianne Thomson, Jamestown Revival, and magazine founder Tommy Moore

Oru Kayak Unveils the Lake, an Ultralight Kayak That Fits in Your Car
Oru Kayak Unveils Its Lightest, Most Affordable Folding Kayak Yet

The nine-foot, 18-pound kayak goes from box to boat in less than a minute, making it the lightest non-inflatable kayak on the market

Mystery Ranch & Huckberry Release Collab Urban Assault Backpack
Mystery Ranch x Huckberry Release Military-grade Daypack for Urban Adventure

With just 300 made, this limited-edition, military-inspired daypack is built bombproof and styled for everyday carry in town and out

This Costa Rican Treehouse Is the Stuff of (Sustainable) Dreams
This Costa Rican Treehouse Is the Stuff of (Sustainable) Dreams

Seattle architecture firm Olson Kundig draws inspiration from the surrounding jungle for a modern, elevated surf shack in the trees

Finding Freedom in Jackson Hole at a 1920s University Geology Station
Finding Freedom in Jackson Hole at a 1920s University Geology Station

Photos from two summers spent exploring the Tetons and working on the kitchen staff at Camp Davis, a longstanding University of Michigan property

MiiR's Tomo Thermos Considers Friendship in Sleek & Innovative Design
This New Thermos Considers Friendship via Sleek & Innovative Design

With the Japanese word for "companion" as its name, the vacuum-insulated Tomo is MiiR's reminder that hot (or cold) drinks are meant to be shared

Leatherman Mr. Crunch Multi-tool Pays Homage to Its First Prototype
Leatherman Launches a Skunkworks "Garage" Design Lab and Wild New Multi-Tool

With 21 tools and a unique, transformable short-to-needle nose pliers, the limited-edition release brings an original Tim Leatherman prototype to life

This Patagonia Boot Is a Sustainable Blundstone Alternative for Women
Patagonia Made a Sustainable Blundstone Alternative for Women

Part of its Workwear collection, the limited-edition Wild Idea Work Boot uses byproduct bison leather from the brand's regenerative jerky initiative

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