Author: Justin Housman

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An Astrophotographer Explains Why They Stand in the Cold All Night Long

An Astrophotographer Explains Why They Stand in the Cold All Night Long

The stars are best viewed when it's bone-chilling cold. Here's what makes it worth it. Source Link [...]
It’s Cold, It’s Far, It’s Dark, It’s Perfect

It’s Cold, It’s Far, It’s Dark, It’s Perfect

A little winter chill at this, the peak of summer. Source Link [...]
When Wilderness Kayaking Goes Wrong

When Wilderness Kayaking Goes Wrong

Nouria Newman is a badass kayaker, but that doesn’t mean everything goes smoothly when she’s trying a new line on a new river in a new seaso [...]
Here’s What You Pack if You’re, Say, Riding and Rafting Across Iceland

Here’s What You Pack if You’re, Say, Riding and Rafting Across Iceland

Friend of AJ and in-demand photographer Chris Burkard *technically* lives on California’s [...]
The Trails Before Us

The Trails Before Us

Locals shred trails in Navajo Nation. Source Link [...]
Dude Pushes Peanut Up Pikes Peak—With His Nose

Dude Pushes Peanut Up Pikes Peak—With His Nose

It has a history, you know. In 1929, a man bet his buddies $50 he could push a peanut to the top of Colorado’s 14,115-foot Pikes Peak. He made it [...]
This Wave Is Beyond Superlatives, It Simply Must Be Seen

This Wave Is Beyond Superlatives, It Simply Must Be Seen

There’s a wave that breaks on the south side of Maui called Freight Trains. Spins off for a couple hundred yards near the Maalea harbor. The [...]
The Helinox Chair Zero High-Back Actually Backpacks

The Helinox Chair Zero High-Back Actually Backpacks

When you’ve just humped 25, 35, 45 pounds 10 or more miles to that secluded spot by a high mountain lake, having a good place to sit is key. [...]
Two Minutes of Greenland Being Gorgeousland

Two Minutes of Greenland Being Gorgeousland

This is what you get when you crack open a snow globe. Source Link [...]
5 Books to Beat the Summer Doldrums

5 Books to Beat the Summer Doldrums

We kinda got away from these book recommendation lists over the past couple years for a variety of reasons not worth getting into here, but I’ve [...]
Conservation Legend Celia Hunter on Alaskan Development: To Hell With That

Conservation Legend Celia Hunter on Alaskan Development: To Hell With That

To those with restless, wandering souls, the promise of a frontier, a hazy zone marking the edge of the known and what lies over the horizon, is [...]
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