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It’s Friday, Ready to #HikerChat?
Outdoor+Travel

It’s Friday, Ready to #HikerChat?

Have y’all ever participated in #HikerChat? Once a week, Utah-based TETON Sports and North Carolina-based American Backcountry co-host a conversation about anything and everything hiking. While initially you might not think that the outdoorsy types are necessarily the most technological–think again. This growing digital conversation has become a rich place [...]

How to Raise Outdoor-loving Kids
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How to Raise Outdoor-loving Kids

When Mum and Dad love outdoor activities, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as raising children who are equally enthusiastic about getting out of the city and into the great outdoors. However, it’s not always as easy as planning a camping trip and expecting your kids to love it. Sometimes, their [...]

Hike Out Your Pain: Healing on the A.T.
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Hike Out Your Pain: Healing on the A.T.

    ***Note from ENO: We were very moved by Bryan Jack’s story. A powerful example of how the historic Appalachian Trail continues to inspire people. We commend and honor the work The Appalachian Trail Conservancy does to preserve the trail so it may continue to be a place to [...]

5 Ways to Survive a Snow-in
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5 Ways to Survive a Snow-in

So you’re snowed in. Your driveway is too slick to get your car out and conditions aren’t quite yet right for sledding. Don’t be so quick to grab the the chips and Netflix, there are still plenty of fun things to do inside with the added excitement of flurries piling [...]

The Backpacker’s Checklist: 6 Must Have Tools
Outdoor+Travel

The Backpacker’s Checklist: 6 Must Have Tools

Space is of the essence when you’ve got nothing but your backpack to take on your world travels. Your clothes, food and other essentials already demand the lion’s share of space, so travel gadgets need to be the perfect trifecta: Have a small form factor, lightweight and useful enough to [...]