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Students Abroad: Volunteering Abroad
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Students Abroad: Volunteering Abroad

By Grace Richards Have you ever dreamt of teaching children to read or helping preserve the habitat of an endangered species? You may be able to make those dreams come true. While traveling and studying in a new city can be an amazing experience in itself, some students want to [...]

A Weekend on the Florida Trail
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A Weekend on the Florida Trail

By Justin Fricke, aka the JustinTheWeekendWarrior. This past weekend was one for the memories. My buddy Bryan and I had a great time backpacking the Northeast Section of the Florida Trail from Clearwater Lake to Juniper Springs. We made some good decisions, some bad decisions, and came across some things along [...]

An Introduction to Adventure Racing!
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An Introduction to Adventure Racing!

By Fletcher Hamel, Capt. Team Torti/Aquabound. It has been awhile since I’ve been asked to give an introduction to the sport of adventure racing.  Even with the sport’s exponential growth on the recreational level in the last several years, I find most people still give me a confused stare when [...]

How To Camp With Kids
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How To Camp With Kids

By Corey & Jentri King from Backcountry Parenting. Many people believe that once you have kids your adventures have to come to an end.  No more camping, climbing, surfing, backpacking, or any other extreme sport you participated in before getting pregnant.  Well, we are here to tell you that it can be [...]

Defying Limits with Bjorn Bauer
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Defying Limits with Bjorn Bauer

Defying Limits Climbing in Indian Creek by Bjorn Bauer Two months ago I stood at the bottom of a cliff in Indian Creek, Utah. A thin crack ran 80 ft straight up the sandstone wall and ended in a shelf where someone had bolted climbing anchors. Chalk marks from previous [...]