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Hinterland

The gravel crunches underneath the wheels as your car glides into a parking spot. You throw the car into park and scramble out the driver side door, taking a deep breath of fresh air. As you begin pulling gear out…

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Gear

If My NeoAir Could Talk

Close your eyes and imagine all your gear, spread out neatly, as if it was being photographed for Outside magazine. Now, filter out the newer items and the items you hardly use. Next, remove the items you hope to replace…

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Tips

Bring Light into the Dark Days

You bend down to turn your bike lights on, looking out at the dark morning sky. Pedaling your bike to work, you begin shivering as the winter air bites at any exposed skin. Arriving at work, you hang up your…

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Advocacy

Relief Bed

The Pacific Northwest is a dream come true for the outdoor lover. Mt. Rainer and Mt. Hood stand as monuments, representing the wild places we love and call home. Unfortunately, our homes are characterized by more than an incredible outdoor…

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Tips

Reaching America’s Rooftop

I step outside my tent and the negative 40-degree air slaps my cheeks, the only exposed area of skin. The day is clear and the mountain is in view. I take it all in one last time. Colored tents dot…

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Gear

New Product Interview: The Uno™ Chair

Joining the Therm-a-Rest® family for 2017 is the Uno™ Chair. This little guy is more than meets the eye and is equally at home in the backcountry or at a backyard barbeque. We had the opportunity to sit down with…

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Tips

Step By Step

“Are you guys thru hiking?” a day hiker asks while passing. I stop and turn, leaning on my trekking poles, noticing the smell of shampoo and soap. “We’re trying!” I say enthusiastically. I take a step backwards, hoping the person…

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Gear

From Canada to Mexico

Have you ever had a big adventure idea, and everyone told you that you’re crazy for it? Well, we might be a little crazy, but we are definitely adventurous and so we did it: Cedric and I cycled from Canada…

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Tips

The Search for Coastal Wolves

I looked out the window of our float plane, hovering low above the island and squinted my eye through the camera viewfinder for any sign of wolves trotting along the beach. It would be a rare sight with the noise…

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Tips

31 Days of ROCKtober

Highway 120 climbs up from Yosemite Valley to Tuolumne Meadows, shedding temperatures and crowds with each mile, the granite shrinking and taking on gentler angles and faces. A chill wind trails us as we drive the two-lane road through enchanted…

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