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Smart Gear That Will Make Snow Camping This Winter a Success
Outdoor+Travel

Smart Gear That Will Make Snow Camping This Winter a Success

by Ted Levin Winter is coming; and for avid outdoor lovers, this means snow camping. For many people, regular camping might sound rugged enough. But for extreme campers who love to push the limits, snow camping is a great way to enjoy the icy beauty of winter. Aside from Antarctica, [...]

5 Tips for Staying Warm While Winter Backpacking/Camping
Outdoors Tips

5 Tips for Staying Warm While Winter Backpacking/Camping

  by Anna Fletcher Stick to the 3-layer rule.  When it comes to dressing for the cold, it’s important to stay both warm and dry. The best way to do this is to wear 3 layers of clothing – a base layer, a middle layer and an outer layer. Your [...]

55th Anniversary of Warren Harding’s First Ascent of “The Nose”
Outdoor+Travel

55th Anniversary of Warren Harding’s First Ascent of “The Nose”

  by Anna Fletcher Exactly 55 years ago, a team of rock climbers completed the first ascent of The Nose on El Capitan, once thought to “unclimbable”. Warren Harding, a mountaineer and big-time climber from California, led his team on a 45-day ascent (done in stages over the course of [...]

Competition Alert!
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Competition Alert!

Going on a great hike, or weekend adventure, requires high energy levels and a full belly. What’s the best way to keep up with both of those things? Snacking on healthy foods! We’re teaming up with Threshold Provisions,  a company devoted to developing athletic potential through delicious and sustaining wholesome [...]

Wetsuit Buyers Guide
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Wetsuit Buyers Guide

by Justin Fricke aka JustinTheWeekendWarrior With fall comes cooler weather. With cooler weather comes cooler ocean water for us surfers. On the west coast, they’re used to cold water since they have cold water current (California Current). However, it’s typically a bit of a shock for us on the East Coast [...]