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5 Adventure Gifts That They Will Actually Use

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Feb 8, 2018 3:22:43 PM


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Topics: Traveler, For Your Health, Hiking

This Summer's Guide to the Best Climbing Destinations

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on May 18, 2017 1:45:13 PM

There’s something enticing in a ritual of a bouldering trip. The anticipation of pushing yourself to make that leap of faith from one rock to another while cheering on friends who are doing the same makes you want to push yourself further with every climb. There is something familiar in the air the morning before a climb – the phone is buzzing as your friends discuss where to meet up, creating a playlist for the ride, even tying your shoe laces has a certain adrenaline rush to it.

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Topics: Hiking

Hiking With Your Dog Could Pawsitively Save Your Life

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Apr 19, 2017 1:01:45 PM

Every day we find ourselves engulfed in the mundane routine of work, only to come home to relax in front of a television where we’re bombarded by commercials that tell us that we have to work harder in order to buy more things – it’s no wonder that rates of depression are staggering upon American citizens.

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Topics: Hiking

Campfire Cooking: Tips around the Tinfoil

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Mar 1, 2017 3:36:04 PM


The great outdoors is the ultimate escape from the stress of reality. When one strays from the beaten path, or in this case the concrete one, they can find peace of mind when they envelop themselves in fresh air and wilderness. The further one gets away from cell phone reception, the more inclined they become to embrace or even adapt to a simpler lifestyle. Fine dining comes second hand to a meal cooked in the woods under the stars and a smoky bonfire. If you’re planning on camping, you’ll likely want a freshly cooked meal, and there is nothing more satisfying than setting up a campfire then hearing the crackle and sizzle of your food heating up. Cooking in Mother Nature should require no pots and pans, and especially no cleanup.  Just remember to bring a fork and foil, and you’re in business.

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Topics: For Your Health, Hiking

Wags and Tails: Dog Friendly Hiking Destinations

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Feb 15, 2017 2:18:00 PM

Imagine sitting side by side with your four-legged friend overlooking the sunrise on your favorite mountain. You reach to pet their furry head as you begin mentally planning your next hiking excursion.  Find out the best dog-friendly hiking locations by reading through our guide to ensure you don’t travel to a dog restricted area, and to keep you and your pet safe from dangers on the mountain.

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Topics: Hiking

Wildlife Photography Tips and Essentials

Posted by Deanna Yudelson on Feb 6, 2017 11:20:00 AM

Experiences, understanding, and emotion are all sentiments that can be shared through photography. In your outdoor excursions, you’re likely to come across some wildlife and would be eager to share this moment with friends and family, or even just to rack up a few of those Facebook likes.  Although posed photos are great, we find that a candid picture is memorable, something we’re drawn to because it’s genuine. For that same reason, wildlife photos resonate with us because we know we’re not disturbing the subject’s behavior, they’re doing what they need to do naturally, and like that we learn more about the animals in front of us.
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Topics: Hiking

Three Amazing Colorado Hiking Experiences

Posted by Nathan Miller on Oct 10, 2016 10:33:35 AM


Everyone knows that one of the biggest reasons to visit Colorado is for all of the amazing hiking options. In this article I will be focusing on three of my favorite hiking spots and how to prepare for each one.


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Topics: Sunglasses, Hiking

5 Safety Tips for Mountain Hiking & Camping This Fall

Posted by Nathan Miller on Sep 6, 2016 9:30:00 AM


Undoubtedly the mountains tend to boast some of the United States' most gorgeous array of fall foliage. The colors range from the neon orange and yellow of the Aspen trees to the deep purple and red of the Mountain Maple. Fall camping and hiking offers an up-close view of the splendid leaves and often some of the best weather.


If you decide to go camping this Fall in the Rocky Mountains, the Appalachian Trail, the Catskills, or any mountain area, take note of these five safety tips to ensure a successful and enjoyable trip.

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Topics: Hiking

Hiking in Utah's Extraordinary Bryce Canyon!

Posted by Nathan Miller on Feb 26, 2016 6:30:00 AM


National parks are known for having some of the most scenic hikes in the world. The only problem is that it's not really feasible for the average hiker to get through most of the hikes found in the national parks. That's because the hiking trails are often extremely challenging and can take a full day or more to complete. Luckily, there is still Bryce Canyon National Park.


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Topics: Hiking

You've Never Heard of Elk Bugling?

Posted by Nathan Miller on Oct 8, 2015 9:27:00 AM


People love fall for so many reasons.  The fall season is a great time to spend some time outdoors, enjoying the cooler temperatures before its too cold to spend as much time outside.  Whether you love apple cider, scarves, or the changing color of the leaves you probably have at least one reason you love fall.


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Topics: Hiking


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