Climb at Shelf Road

Shelf Road is secluded, rural, and has great climbing. There are so many areas to choose from and it has a great diversity of route levels (mostly sport routes).

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Deep Blue Roatán: 10 Days of Adventure in the Forgotten Heart of the Caribbean

Whether due to its proximity to mainland Honduras or the over-marketed all-inclusive destinations of Cancun and Cozumel to the north, you have likely never heard of Roatán unless you are an avid scub.

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Ski Tour to the Sextener Stein in the Dolomites

The stunning tour in the Dolomites can be done in the winter as a ski/splitboard tour or as a snowshoe tour. It's also possible to hike the same route in the summer.

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Mountaineering on the Root Glacier

Starting in the town of Kennicott you'll hike on the trail leading north outside of the town for a mile and a half.

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A Beginner's Guide to Packrafting

There is no better feeling than summiting a mountain or propelling yourself through a wide body of water. It's almost therapeutic. The crunching sound of a foot landing on the earth.

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Hike to Callisto Canyon Cabin

Follow the signs south of Seward to Lowell Point. This is the trailhead. The first mile of the trail is about a mile long.

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Explore Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Kennecott Mines

If you have already stepped foot into Wrangell-St. Elias, you probably arrived via bush plane or by heroically navigating the relentlessly brutal, pothole smothered McCarthy Road.

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Winter Camp at Wonder Lake

There are multiple ways to do this trip - ski, mush, or by flying in a bush plane and then meeting up with a group of mushers.

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Winter Hike to Portage Glacier

This hike must be done in the deep of winter! Around February, Portage Lake is often frozen solid-solid enough to make walking safe.

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Explore Independence Mine State Historical Park in Hatcher Pass

If you've only got time to do a few things when in Alaska, make sure you visit Independence Mine State Historical Park in Hatcher Pass. It is open year round, and beautiful no matter the season.

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Explore the Knik Arm's Ice Fields

Alaska's Knik Arm has an impressive tide. When out, the mudflats appear, and in the winter, massive, beautiful pieces of ice are left behind.

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Hike up Flattop Mountain

This moderate to difficult climb starts at 2200 feet and gets progressively difficult as you get closer to the top.

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Snow Biking in Alaska's Arctic

White Mountains National Recreation Area is run by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and is best traveled during the winter months.

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Using Your Art to Advocate for Public Lands

As a photographer and artist that relies on public lands for my business, and personal fulfillment, the past year has been a struggle watching the trend of political decisions.

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Backpack Reflection Canyon

Backpacking Reflection Canyon is not for the faint of heart.

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Hike to Mossbrae Falls

Disclaimer: Hiking to the falls is trespassing. Fines can be as much as $300.

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Camp Forlorn Lakes & Explore Guler Ice Cave

Camp at scenic and easily-accessible Forlorn Lakes, where the 25 campsites ($10/night) are both isolated and roomy.

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Hike to the Big Four Ice Caves

Disclaimer: Hiking into the caves is extremely dangerous as there is potential for the ice to fall.

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Hike the Clackamas River Trail

To complete the whole almost 8 mile hike you will want to park a vehicle at each trailhead. You can start at either Indian Creek Trailhead or Fish Creek trailhead.

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Hike to Sandy Glacier Caves

The hike to the caves begins at Top Spur Trailhead. The hike to McNeil Point is 5.4 miles one way, and 2200 feet of elevation gain.

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Explore Brandywine Falls

Brandywine Falls is a spectacular 70 metre waterfall. It is best seen from the viewpoint which also presents some marvelous views of Daisy Lake and the surrounding mountains.

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Hike to Susan Creek Falls

This hike starts at the main parking lot about a mile away from the falls. The falls are accessed via a very easy, well graded trail developed and maintained by the Oregon BLM.

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Hike McDowell Creek County Park

GPS coordinates Lat: 44.46389 Long: -122.

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Explore Salt Creek Falls

Located off of the 58 Freeway, Salt Creek Falls is the second tallest waterfall in Oregon. The powerful cascade pours into a scenic canyon below, with beautiful surrounding views.

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