A Weekend Adventure Guide to Crested Butte, Colorado

Check out more photos from the weekend on my website! Camping: Variety of camping on Slate River Rd. - primitive and uniformed (Oh Be Joyful) campgrounds.

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A Beginner's Climbing Guide to Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree is a place to get lost in and leave feeling sun soaked and renewed, stepping out of the dusty golden tinged landscape.

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Why You Need to Get Your Butt to Morocco Immediately

Morocco truly surprised me with how great (and easy) it was to travel, perhaps shaped a little by not having such high expectations going into it.

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5 Yoga Poses To Prepare You For Any Adventure

Imagine you just finished a backpacking trip. If you’re like me, you probably didn’t think much about doing anything but walking each day. At the end of the trip, your legs and feet are sore.

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Why You Should Study Abroad in New Zealand

When I was deciding where to study abroad I was trying to think of a place where I could go spend the majority of my time outside and I thought of the perfect place: New Zealand.

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Every Backpacker Should Print Their Maps From Caltopo. Here's Why.

When I started backpacking, I relied almost exclusively on Green Trails maps from REI.

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How to Retire Your Outdoor Gear the Right Way

There comes a time when we must hang up our gear and purchase anew.

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The North Face, Patagonia, REI Respond to Trump's Executive Order on Public Lands

Unless you’ve been living under a rock this year, you’ve probably read about the controversy surrounding the Bears Ears National Monument in Southern Utah.

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Home Sweet...Hut

Backcountry skiing is known for fresh tracks, the whole earn-your-turns-thing, and disconnecting from your usual routine to immerse yourself in the wilderness.

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Drone Photography 101

Equipment I’m going to lead with the best piece of advice I can give. Start small. Even if you just got a brand new Phantom, leave it in the box and pick up a small cheap drone to practice with.

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My Favorite Drive in the World

I cant tell you where this love affair started. I can certainly telly you that it does have two end points though.

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How to Work a Summer Job in the Canadian Rockies

With the summer hiring season coming up soon, many people will be heading out to find seasonal employment destinations. Well, look no further: mountain dreams can come true in Banff National Park.

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Anyone Who Loves The Outdoors Should Read These 11 Poems

Some things can speak to us without saying a word and evoke feelings that lie beyond the reach of human language.

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Gather Stories, Not Photos

I stood on the edge of Canyon Junction Bridge in Zion National Park, surrounded by a small crowd of photographers.

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How the Outdoors Helped Me Fight Depression

Millions of Americans suffer from some kind of depression.

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Everything You Need to Know about Buying Machu Picchu Tickets

Buckle in. This is a long and aggravating process. The website is terrible and confusing, information is difficult to find, and it defies every standard of a good user experience.

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4 Lessons I Learned From Hiking Aimlessly

The open country with its many wonders can speak with a countless number of accents. Some thick and obvious, some soft and subtle, but the language and meaning are clear to all who can hear it.

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The Ultimate Travel Workout

When we travel, usually the last thing that crosses our mind is working out.

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10 Must-Do Adventures from Banff to Jasper

It goes without saying that the Canadian Rockies should be at the top of your adventure bucket list. With snow-capped peaks, emerald lakes and abundant wildlife, there's beauty around every corner.

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Solo Camping on Max Patch Mountain

I started going on solo adventures in 2015 in April when I ventured to South America on my own to visit Peru and Bolivia. That was the first time I ever traveled outside of the U.S.

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The Ultimate Adventure Guide to California’s Highway 395

California’s highway 395, running from the Mojave desert to desolate Modoc County, is a hell of a road. As far as north-south highways go, the 395 is often forgotten.

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Backpack Torres Del Paine's "O" Circuit

The hike can be broken down a few different ways. The first and most popular is "W" (3-5 days), where you will stay on the frontside of the park and experience a lot of foot traffic.

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Why Climate Change IS the National Park Service's Business

Among the flurry of executive orders, proclamations, and tweets coming out in the first days of the Trump administration was a gag order issued to the National Park Service limiting communication wit.

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Camp at Poincenot

From El Chalten, the trail starts Avenida San Martín, where El Chaltén town ends. There you can park your vehicle in a designated parking area, or just walk from your hotel.

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