USFS Photo Permit: What It Means For You

The outrage over proposed US Forest Service permits for photography and videography was swift and pronounced. But will you really be fined $1,000 for taking pictures in the forest?
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Dog Collar, Leash Made Of Old Bike Tubes

This recycled product keeps inner tubes out of landfills, but does it work? We put the Cycle Dog leash and lead through a summer of canine-inflicted abuse to see how it holds up.
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Forest Fires to Floods... 10 'Must-Have' Items

If a disaster ever hits home, have these 10 items on hand. You'll be glad you did.
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Matterhorn First-Ascent Route Lit Up

150 years ago the Matterhorn was climbed for the first time. In celebration of the anniversary, a team of climbers made a unique commemorative ascent.
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First Look: 'Swiss Army' Delemont Collection

For decades, the Swiss companies Wenger and Victorinox both made knives. This changed last year when the companies merged, and the result is a new and unified Swiss Army brand.
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How Bears Play Golf In Canada

This little guy gets a lot of entertainment from a flagpole.
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Map: Drone No-Fly Zones

If you own an unmanned aerial vehicle ("drone"), check this map for a guide to no-fly zones.
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'Michelin Man' Figures Placed In Thousands Of Geocaches Around U.S.

Love to geocache? Find a Michelin Man in a cache this fall and you could win big prizes.
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Find Adventure Friends With 'Gociety' Group

Want a 5 a.m. mission to climb a ski area for some uber-early powder shots? Want to run a self-supported trail marathon? You can find a companion here.
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Training Advice From Author Of 'UltraMental'

A mentally-tough athlete can train for an ultra-marathon in less than three hours a week. That's the premise behind the new book "UltraMental." We talk to the author to learn more.
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