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'Hardest Hiking Trail in the East'

The Gear Junkie crew is back from the Catskill Mountains of New York and the Devils Path, the "hardest hiking trail in the East." In its 27 miles, the trail climbs six major peaks and ascends thousands of cumulative feet.

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Vague Path Through the Woods: Trip Report on MN's Border Route Trail

The GearJunkie crew is back from Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Area and the little-traveled Border Route Trail. This report looks at the crew's fast-and-light assault through the day and night on the 65-mile route. Moose, magnetized rocks, and getting lost all a part of the fun!

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Trip Report: Fast/Light Ascent of Highest Peak in Utah

In early August, the GearJunkie crew climbed the 13,528-foot Kings Peak in Utah's remote Uinta Range. This trip report and gear wrap-up includes details on the climb, photos and an interactive GPS map of the route to the top!

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Trip Report: Ascent of Maukspitze

Gear Junkie is in the Austrian Alps this week. Here is a trip report, including photos and an interactive map, from his ascent of a famous peak in the Kaisergebirge mountain range of the Eastern Alps.

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Off-Grid Family Camping Trip

Gear Junkie founder Stephen Regenold gives a report from his family's off-the-grid camping trip over Memorial Weekend to northern Minnesota's Bear Lake.

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Trip Report: 'Tunnel Vision' Climb

Gear Junkie recounts a recent rock climb in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, where peaks rise thousands of feet off the sand, and petroglyphs bake in the desert sun.

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Trip Report: Hornby Island, B.C.

Hornby Island, a dot of land in British Columbia's inside passage, was the venue this fall for a solo trail run adventure. Gear Junkie recounts the run with an interactive SPOT map (including photos and GPS details!) created for the trip.

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Alleycat Bike Race

Alleycat races pit urban riders against a course made to mimic the route of a bike messenger on an average day in a city. Gear Junkie raced in Minneapolis' All City Championship this year to report on the scene.

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