Nimblewill Nomad, Ten Million Steps

What You Learn While Walking Route 66

Route 66. Chicago to San Diego. 121 days. 2,300 miles. 19 miles a day. This would seem like an unimaginable distance for almost anyone. Now imagine being 79 years old and accomplishing this feat. Damn. Yet this is commonplace for Nimblewill Nomad. Since his first odyssey in...

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2018 resolutions

2018 Resolutions from Menasha Ridge Press

Hello, 2018! Everybody has been waiting for you, us included. We counted down every.single.second until you arrived. And we're so excited to turn the page and start a new year with a blank slate. We have big plans for you. We have big expectations for ourselves,...

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First Day Hike

How to Properly Celebrate First Day Hikes

It's January 1st. A new year! New resolutions! So many resolutions. One of which surely is to be more active. Everyone wants to be more active. But it's so bitingly cold. And your couch is so comfortable. And there are Bowl games on TV and...

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How to Keep Your Dog Safe During Winter Hiking

Winter is here! That means all the layers, all the snowball fights, all the hot chocolate, and all the snow adventures with your pupper. Our friend Nat Smith from, the nation's largest network of 5-star pet sitters and dog walkers, shared with us how to keep your pet...

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How to protect our national monuments

How to Protect Our National Monuments

Our country was dealt a severe blow yesterday—President Trump went against the Antiquities Act and greatly reduced the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments by 2 million acres. Bears Ears, designated a national monument by President Obama last year, will shrink by...

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Utah winter camping, Best Tent Camping: Utah, where to camp in Utah in the winter

Why You Need to Camp in Utah this Winter

Winter camping. The idea conjures up images of frozen toes and sagging, snowy tents. But don't let that deter you from what can be the most memorable camps of your life. Perfect hiking temps, bright stars, and zero bugs are just a few reasons to escape...

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haunted DC hikes, 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Washington, D.C.

The Most Historically Haunted Hikes Near D.C.

What are adults supposed to do once they get too old for trick-or-treating? Hit the trails in search of ghosts, of course! Go ahead and play hooky tomorrow and spend Halloween on these haunted hikes near Washington D.C. Monocacy National Battlefield In the summer of 1864, near the...

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North Carolina Adventure Weeekends, Epic Outdoor Adventures, visiting North Carolina

Five North Carolina Towns Just as Cool as Asheville

Asheville is, no-doubt, an adventure lover’s landing pad. Bisected by the Blue Ridge Parkway and French Broad River, this town has easy access adventure, restaurants for days, and more beer per square inch than the Hofbrauhaus during Oktoberfest. But maybe, just maybe, you’re a tiny...

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