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3 hrs ago | National Parks Traveler
Raised graphics and a handsome "desert" color overwhelmingly chosen by our Facebook followers result in a distinctive water bottle that proclaims you're a national parks traveler.
7 hrs ago | Business Journal
Portland outdoor footwear brand Keen this year will triple production at its Swan Island shoe factory to 300,000 pairs of shoes.
9 hrs ago | Gizmag
In 2013, Hydrapak introduced its SoftFlask series of soft-sided TPU water bottles designed to collapse into your pocket.
9 hrs ago | NewsReview.com
It's like Saul Goodman laser tag in this Sierra Nevada sky. Zoning out on the cosmos lulls me to sleep - until bam ! A crew across the lake celebrates a belated Fourth of July by launching fireworks.
14 hrs ago | South China Morning Post
Standard mobile devices are fine for urban dwellers, but when you get beyond the suburbs, into the great outdoors, a new class of gadget - or at least some careful protection - is required.
The six-time author and keynoter recently completed walking 550 miles from St. Jean, France, to Finisterre, Spain, on the famous Camino de Santiago trail.
It's hard to beat the hiking possibilities around the greater Sacramento area. Within a relatively short distance, the choices vary from ocean, to foothills, to the mountains.
Sometime it is great to learn about hiking opportunities outside your area to help inspire vacations.
It was one of those 90-plus days in Weaverville; with no A/C in the house it felt more like 110 degrees.
Hunter Research and Technology is excited to offer its flagship augmented reality navigation app Theodolite for 50% off during a special sale.
Three separate search and rescue missions kept the Marion County Sheriff's Office busy last weekend.
Earl Shaffer poses at the end of the Appalachian Trail, Mount Katahdin in Maine.
Climbers on Mount St. Helens slowly make their way up the steep pumice fields that were formed during the 1980 eruption.
Members of a veterans group in Mirfield are getting ready to put on their hiking boots for queen and country as they prepare to walk 23 mountainous miles in a day.
Most of the iconic locations for American outdoorspeople are ... outdoors. You've got your Half Dome, you've got your Muir Woods, you've got your Mt.
Lulu City had high hopes and harsh realities. Like many mining settlements from the 1800s the town grew early on with the hopes of gold and silver and then crashed when meager profits and brutal winters in the aptly name Never Summer Mountains ravished the town.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 09:49 pm
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