Category: Adventure

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The New Solo Xtreme Barrel Mounted Hunting Camera from TACTACAM

The New Solo Xtreme Barrel Mounted Hunting Camera from TACTACAM

Luke Cuenco   08.05.22 You can come home with the biggest buck you’ve ever taken but nothing quite retells the tale to your buddies than having actua [...]
How the X-Mid Became the Most Sought-After Ultralight Tent

How the X-Mid Became the Most Sought-After Ultralight Tent

At first glance, the world of ultralight shelters seems to be running out of innovations. It’s hard to im [...]
Turn Your Adventures Into Scientific Expeditions

Turn Your Adventures Into Scientific Expeditions

When Gregg Treinish set out to hike the length of the Andes Mountains at age 24, there was a lot he didn’t know. For starters, he didn’t realize [...]
Photo Gallery: Mountain Lakes of Idaho’s Sawtooths

Photo Gallery: Mountain Lakes of Idaho’s Sawtooths

By Michael Lanza I may be risking an impassioned debate here, but I think there are very few mountain ranges in America with as many drop-dead [...]
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 [...]
Eric Shipton’s Style and Whims Shaped Mountaineering History

Eric Shipton’s Style and Whims Shaped Mountaineering History

In 1931, no one had climbed higher than Eric Shipton, a British coffee planter who cut his climbing teeth in Africa and made the first ascent of [...]
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 [...]
Beef Curry Noodle Bowl For the Hungry Backpacker

Beef Curry Noodle Bowl For the Hungry Backpacker

Serves: 2Total time: Home: 30 mins Camp: 15 mins[ratings] This recipe was originally done years ago for the Washingto [...]
A Guest Blog from John Muir*

A Guest Blog from John Muir*

I was longing for an adventure, but money was scarce and I couldn’t see how a bread supply was to be kept up. Or at least, that was my current ex [...]
Interview with Fishing Writer Dylan Tomine

Interview with Fishing Writer Dylan Tomine

Dylan Tomine is an ardent conservationist and a lifelong steelhead angler. His new book Headwaters: The Adventures, Obsession and Evolution [...]
First Look: A Trekking Pole that Doubles as a Water Filter

First Look: A Trekking Pole that Doubles as a Water Filter

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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 [...]
Western Wild Salmon Might Finally Get a Big Win They Desperately Need

Western Wild Salmon Might Finally Get a Big Win They Desperately Need

For the last 35 years I’ve been covering what we call the “salmon wars” in the Pacific Northwest, writing so many stories about salmon heading to [...]
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