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Forgot A Map? — Prepare to Bushwhack

Forgot A Map? — Prepare to Bushwhack

A trail map. It’s one of the most crucial items to always have in your pack. Yet so many people go without. If you’re on a popular hiking trail on a busy weekend, you’ll probably be just fine without one. But why risk it? Okay, so I don’t always carry a map either. I always used […]

Cotopaxi’s Gear for Good is Quite Good

Cotopaxi’s Gear for Good is Quite Good

Buy yourself the Inca 16L pack and educate a child in Bolivia at the Maria Imaculada Orphanage for one week. Cotopaxi is on a mission to inspire the outdoor industry to give back and make a strong impact on the world and they’re calling it gear for good. A percentage of sales from their packs and water bottles go directly […]

Colorado 14er Training Hike with REI Outdoor School

Colorado 14er Training Hike with REI Outdoor School

Getting into the outdoors and trying a new activity can be difficult. From the skills and practice needed for many activities, to the knowhow of where to go, to the always soaring price of outdoor gear; sometimes it’s downright hard to get into a new sport. I have a list of activities I want to try […]

Surviving My First 14er: A Mental Struggle

Surviving My First 14er: A Mental Struggle

One of the main reasons I wanted to move to Colorado was for the peak bagging. I enjoy your average half-day hike, sure, but what I really love to do is work my ass off all morning to reach a summit with a breathtaking view. I’ve toyed with the idea of becoming an ADK 46er, […]