Use on Colorado's Popular 14ers Drops 27% in 2021 — or 112,000 hiker use days — compared to a record-breaking 2020. So, where did they go?
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Podcast #16: Surviving the Deadliest Day on Everest with Jim Davidson“We were marooned at Camp One and feeling pretty vulnerable. And yet, there was even more danger below us." The 2015 Gorka Earthquake killed 8,790…
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Extreme sports have taught me that humans are awful at assessing and tolerating risk, and it's turning us into anxious shut-ins. Here's how we fix that:
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Checking back in with the Panadero Ski Corporation about the final step in the process to get their lift spinning, and welcome back riders for the first…
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Discussion: How Sound Shapes Our Outdoor ExperienceThe theme of the party for the last week or so has been sound, and the huge role it plays in the outdoor experience. In, “The Natural Noise We’ve Been…
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Podcast #15: Finding Inspiration and Clarity in Nature — With Matt from Fog ChaserListen now (46 min) | “I’ve started to get really obsessed with silent places in our world. I think that’s where the nature aspect comes in; the desire…
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Our go-to method for problem solving actually raises our anxiety and stress. Here's how we can reclaim silence and calm in our chaotic lives:
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Boondocking and Storm Chasing with Rachel, The Traveling DreadHeadListen now | “You’re Never Going to get that Moment Again; that Photograph is just a One-Time Deal.”
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Questionable closures, preferential treatment and potential for abuse may have clogged campsites and shut out visitors
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What to do when humanity's greatest innovations leave you stranded, sweaty, and shaken
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Looking back at the first year I've spent writing for you all; some of my favorite pieces, the lessons I've learned, and where it all goes from here
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A resource hub of guides to help you prep for your summer adventure; everything from making reservations, to weather checks, packing, and snacks
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