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10 Iconic Family-Friendly Hiking Trails in the West

10 Iconic Family-Friendly Hiking Trails in the West

by Alyssa Erickson

There is an attitude prevalent amongst singles and couples alike, that once you have kids your adventurous lifestyle is over. For good. I once believed this to be true as well. But after standing on the family side of the… Read More →

4 Types of Campers You Want On Your Camping Trip

4 Types of Campers You Want On Your Camping Trip

by Katie Coakley

Oh, summer. Days of outdoor adventures and hijinks, culminating in the ultimate warm weather experience: camping. What other excuse do you have to hang out with friends, not shower for days and experiment with pyromania? While there are many different ways… Read More →

4 Ways To Explore Like a Free Spirit This Summer

4 Ways To Explore Like a Free Spirit This Summer

by Sarah Woods

Travelling as the free spirit that I am has afforded me wonderful experiences – both in mountains and in cities. From meeting a handsome mountain man un-expectedly (he was riding a horse, I might add), to an impromptu afternoon pub… Read More →

Crack Open a Cold One: 10 Best Canned Beers for Camping

Crack Open a Cold One: 10 Best Canned Beers for Camping

by Katie Coakley

There are a few truths about camping that we hold self-evident: Lighter is better. Pack in it, pack it out. Avoid poison ivy. Bear bells are useless. However, some things are more of a personal choice, such as how much… Read More →

Introduction To Backpacking & Camping With Kids

Introduction To Backpacking & Camping With Kids

by Alyssa Erickson

Circumnavigating the Mont Blanc Massif via the Haute Route. Havasupai. Cirque of the Towers. The Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho. We dream of taking our kids to these places, not when they are teenagers or young adults. But now, when they… Read More →

6 Fall Color Hikes Worth Getting Out of the Car For

6 Fall Color Hikes Worth Getting Out of the Car For

by Erika Wiggins

Looking for a scene that stops you in your tracks? Here are six hikes that deliver the goods during the autumn leaf change. Choosing six was tough! There are a lot of hikes that could easily make the list, but… Read More →

Six All-Season Outdoor Gear Essentials

Six All-Season Outdoor Gear Essentials

by Nicole Roosien

Editor’s Note: This post was written by Marcel Gremaud of GetOutfitted. I’ve had the same snowboard boots for six years. The base of the right boot nearly completely separates from its partnered top, the laces of my left boot resemble spaghetti squash…. Read More →

9 Summer Safety Tips For Those Who Love The Outdoors

9 Summer Safety Tips For Those Who Love The Outdoors

by Erika Wiggins

Summer is in full swing and it has been a hot one here in Salt Lake City! I’ll admit, on some days, I don’t want to face the heat. Yet I always do because I love to play outside. When… Read More →

Heli Hiking: Backcountry Access In The Summer

Heli Hiking: Backcountry Access In The Summer

by Gina Bégin

I’d never flown into the backcountry in summer. My limited helicopter experience always included flying over a landscape concealed in a thick layer of white. Further, I’ve never been much of a day hiker. Hiking always seemed like a chore;… Read More →

4 Most Scenic Backpacking Trips in the American West

4 Most Scenic Backpacking Trips in the American West

by Heather Balogh

Expansive views, towering cliffs and glistening lakes all await on these scenic trails. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite backpacking trips in the western side of the United States, but I’m sure there are some missing. What would you… Read More →