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Ultimate Camping Checklist

Ultimate Camping Checklist

When packing for a camping trip, several categories need to be considered. To start, first decide how many days you plan on camping. Research the area and the expected weather, always prepare for the worst. If you plan on traveling with others, confer about what...

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6 Outdoor Getaways This Fall

6 Outdoor Getaways This Fall

Do you need a fall vacation? Here are some perfect fall destinations to ease away your troubles. Whether you stay for a week or just a weekend you are sure to come home relaxed and ready to take one the daily grind. Yellowstone National Park - Yellowstone is a great...

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What Supplies All Cyclists Need

What Supplies All Cyclists Need

There are two distinct types of cycling. Off-road or mountain biking and road biking. Getting the correct type of bike to suit the intended terrain is vital. Road bikes are often lightweight frames with very skinny tires to reduce the friction on the asphalt and have...

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Top 3 Fun and Free Outdoor Activities for Kids

Top 3 Fun and Free Outdoor Activities for Kids

There is nothing better than getting out in the sunshine and exploring the outdoors. As the weather starts to warm up, many parents and caregivers are searching for new ways to allow kids to enjoy the fresh air without spending a fortune. Luckily, there are many...

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The Best Foods To Take On A Camping Trip

The Best Foods To Take On A Camping Trip

The first thing that most people think about taking on a camping trip is snacks. Trail mix or granola bars make a quick easy to eat pick me up at any time. Jerky (or Primal strips for vegetarians) can be a more satisfying bite, especially during the madness or...

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How to Become the Best at Making Campfires

How to Become the Best at Making Campfires

Are you planning a camping trip any time soon? Here are the best ways to get it your campfire up and roaring. Whether you are backpacking through the mountains or hanging in your backyard, it's always good to know how to build the perfect campfire. Luckily, there are...

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The Best Cycling In The Southwest

The Best Cycling In The Southwest

Cycling in the Southwest is unlike any other. From beautiful desert landscapes with endless horizons to a rainbow of foliage. Cycling offers an excellent way to experience miles and miles of geological history and captivation. As opposed to travelling by foot, a...

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Desert Hiking Tips For Every Level Of Hiker

Desert Hiking Tips For Every Level Of Hiker

Edward Abbey once said, "wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity to the human spirit." Whether you are hiking by yourself or with friends, getting outside can be the best therapy available. With that fun, certain precautions need to be taken. The biggest mistake...

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Keeping Your Kids Safe in Nature

Keeping Your Kids Safe in Nature

Whether you are taking a small day trip or you are camping for a week, it is important to make sure you bring everything you may need for an emergency with your child. It could be a fish hook in the finger or a campfire burn, here are a few tips to ensure your little...

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The Longest Hiking Trail in the US

The Longest Hiking Trail in the US

The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail is officially the longest trail in the US running from Mexico To Canada. This trail spans 3,100 miles and runs through five US states. The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail is one of the most significant trail...

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New Mexico Rock Climbing

New Mexico Rock Climbing

New Mexico offers a vast selection for your rock climbing pleasure. The Mountain Project offers a complete and comprehensive list of the best climbing in Northern, Central and Southern New Mexico. Let’s get to it! Here is the most comprehensive of rock climbing in New...

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Visitors Guide to the San Juan Mountains in Colorado

Visitors Guide to the San Juan Mountains in Colorado

In colorful Colorado, there is a rugged and majestic range of mountains known for its mesmerizing scenery. The San Juan Mountain range is glorious in any season, in fact, over 200,000 people traveled through just one town in the San Juans last year. You might wonder...

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A Guide To Successful Winter Camping

A Guide To Successful Winter Camping

Winter camping, depending on your opinion of snow, can be just as beautiful as summer. There is a new level of silence as the animals have all either migrated or gone into hibernation. There are a lot fewer people and traffic to make noise. It is the perfect time to...

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How to Cook and Clean Your Fish as You Catch Them

How to Cook and Clean Your Fish as You Catch Them

Are you a great fisherman, but can’t cook them to save your life? Here are the basic first steps to follow to ensure your fish is cleaned properly, and a recipe to make it taste fantastic over an open fire every time. It does take practice so don’t expect to do it...

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