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3 Gear Redistribution Groups Making the Outdoors More Accessible
These 3 Gear Redistribution Groups Are Helping Make the Outdoors More Accessible

Getting quality, used gear into the hands of underrepresented outdoorists is an impactful way to build a better, more inclusive outdoor community

Big Wave Surfer Kai Lenny on Risk, Fear, and Surfing 60-Foot Waves
Big Wave Surfer Kai Lenny on Risk, Fear, and Surfing 60-Foot Waves

A Q&A with the world-class surfer on his new book, "Big Wave Surfer," the best advice he's ever received and the worst wipeout he's ever taken at Jaws

Wood Fired Hot Tub Guide: How They Work & Which Tubs to Buy
Wood Fired Hot Tub Guide: All You Need to Know Before Buying Your Own

A deep dive to owning, maintaining, and enjoying all the benefits of a traditional wood fired hot tub in your own backyard

Outdoor Sauna Guide: What You Need to Know Before Buying a Home Sauna
Home Sauna Guide: From History to How-To, and Which to Buy

A deep dive into the many different types of backyard and home saunas, how they work, and which ones are worth investing in

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9 Outdoor Brands With Repair, Resell & Upcycled Gear Programs
9 Outdoor Brands With Repair, Resell & Upcycled Gear Programs

These major gear makers are using closed-loop cycles to keep equipment and apparel in use and out of landfills

What It Means to Be Carbon Neutral, as Explained by a Beer Company
What it Means for a Brand to Be Carbon Neutral in the Outdoor Industry

How Colorado's own Fat Tire is helping reduce the footprint of their own breweries and that of their competitors

Chasing Waterfalls & Fall Foliage in New York's Catskill Mountains
Chasing Waterfalls & Fall Foliage in New York's Catskill Mountains

Trading the daily grind for cabin time, leaf peeping, and waterfall gazing during a rare midweek escape from NYC

What Is a Via Ferrata & the 6 Best Spots to Try it in the US
An Abridged Guide to the Via Ferrata & Where to Find a Course Near You

This fixed-route blend of rock climbing and hiking has origins in WWI and is experiencing a resurgence amongst adventurers of all ages

Eastern Sierra Camping: The 10 Best Spots According to a Local
A Visual Guide to Eastern Sierra Camping in California's High Country

A comprehensive guide to roughing it on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada—where to camp, hike, fish, and soak in hot springs this season

Climbing Mount Huntington: A Harrowing Tale of Alaskan Mountaineering
The Exhausting Reality of Climbing Alaska's Most Beautiful Mountain, Mount Huntington

Adventure photographer James Barkman shares a first-hand account of summiting the 12,241' pyramid of rock and ice—central Alaska's most striking peak

The Best Camping Coffee Makers: Everything You Need to Know
The Ultimate Guide to Camping Coffee Makers and Brew Methods

This guide breaks down the best brewing methods and gear for making the ultimate cup of coffee in the great outdoors.

Fly Fishing Gear Essentials: A Guide for Beginner & Seasoned Fishers
Fly Fishing Gear Essentials: A Guide for Beginners & Experienced Anglers Alike

From flies, rods, and reels to waders, vests, and even sunglasses, this handy guide will help fly fishers new & old navigate the sport

A Modern Guide to Ethical, Sustainable Foraging
How to Be an Ethical, Sustainable Forager

Learn how to become a responsible forager with expert advice and actionable tips on both finding mushrooms and respecting your environment

Hiking Mount Marcy, New York’s Highest Peak
14 Medium Format Photos From Hiking Mount Marcy, New York’s Highest Peak

A trip report and history lesson from the little known 6-million-acre Adirondack Park, the largest publicly protected natural area in the lower 48

Snow Peak Reimagines the Campground With 25-acre Long Beach Campfield
Snow Peak Announces 25-acre PNW Campfield, Reimagining the Classic Family Campground

Set to open in 2023, the Japanese outfitter's first North American campground concept will feature campsites, gear rentals, an onsen, and micro cabins

A Wildfire Destroyed Their Cabin. Now They Are Helping Others Build
They Built a Famous Cabin. Then the Wildfires Came. Now They're Helping Others Build

Q&A with Elevated Spaces founder and builder on building with a community, selling cabin and treehouse plans, and expert advice for new DIY builders

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