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Yet another big player in the gear market moves to lessen the impact of new gear production.
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Adventure Journal 13 is almost ready to be shipped, here are 5 reasons why if you don't yet subscribe, this is the time.
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In an area with poor water resources, the BLM failed to consider water use in approving fracking in Chaco, potentially halting fracking operations moving closer to Chaco Canyon's tremendous cultural resources.
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Glacier NP's Going to the Sun Road is as spectacular as they come; crowded as they come too. Unless you ride it just as it's being plowed.
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This is a clever, beautiful little film that pokes fun at bike culture while also celebrating it. Quirky, sure. But hoo boy, that bike. Looks like a fun tool.
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When a 40-year-old man takes inspiration from a 10-year-old badass.
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A hashtag can't change the world, but inspiration can.
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Late this winter, a trio of young hunters pursued a mountain lion chased by their hunting dogs. The lion crossed from Montana’s Gallatin National Forest into Yellowstone National Park, where the hunters, illegally, shot and killed the cat. Authorities wouldn’t have known about the poaching had the hunters not gleefully posted photos of the dead […]
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Water is the great connector. It connects peoples and cultures, and the mountains to the sea. This short film follows whitewater rafter Rob Prechtl as he and his crew connect their passion for river paddling to cultures that have paddled outrigger canoes in the ocean for centuries.
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When a British adventurer lost toes to frostbite in the Yukon, he sent them to this bar for their "Sourtoe Cocktail."
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