Father's Day

How to Make Father’s Day More Earth-Friendly

Today is the day for dads. Every year, your family celebrates with Dad in the same way. He's happy, you're happy, everyone is happy. But listen. We know old habits die hard. Family traditions are sacred. However, times have changed and new rules have been set...

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National Trails Day, American Hiking Society, Menasha Ridge Press

How to Prepare for National Trails Day

June 2nd (next week!) is American Hiking Society's National Trails Day. For the past 25 years, National Trails Day has been an opportunity to encourage people to get out onto the trails in any way they want—hiking, biking, running, dancing. This year, being the 50th anniversary of...

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Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show

Top Takeaways from Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show

It's been about a week since we returned from Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show, which seems to be the sweet spot between unpacking and decompressing from the show, and missing all the friends/food/parties/panels and starting to count down the days until Summer Market. As expected, being...

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SIA, On-Snow Demo, Outdoor Retailer, Copper Mountain, Sno-Go

Rambling Thoughts from a Novice Skier

I had the opportunity to go to the SIA On-Snow Demo at Copper Mountain after Outdoor Retailer. Spending time at one of Colorado's coolest ski resorts with some of the snow industry's coolest brands after a week inside Colorado Convention Center? Sign me up! The only...

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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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10 Reasons To Go On An Alternative Spring Break

Unless you've been living under a conch shell, you know that outdoor advocacy and protecting our public lands has been slightly more top-of-mind than usual. All politics aside, we all want our lands to stay pristine for future generations to enjoy. And since there's no magical trail fairy...

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solar eclipse 2017

Top Tips for Watching the Solar Eclipse

This is it, guys! The day we've been eagerly anticipating and hearing about for weeks. Solar eclipse day! Maybe you're sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic right now waiting to get to your viewing spot. Or maybe you're already there, leisurely brewing coffee and breaking down your campsite. Or maybe...

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