A recap of top stories, week of Oct. 17 – 23, 2015.
The outdoors retailer and co-op REI is literally building the trails you hike on with its Every Trail Connects program, funding shovel-ready construction and maintenance projects on trails across the country.
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Reporting two trails open, and a 12-inch base, images on the ski area’s social media show hordes of happy skiers making do with early-season conditions.
The outdoor industry has amazing customer service and warranties if you know where to look. These are some of the best warranties offered by brands in the outdoors.
An all-terrain skateboard with a single wheel, Onewheel leads the way as the closest thing to a real, ride-anywhere ‘hoverboard’ that humanity has created on the day Marty McFly arrived in ‘Back To The Future.’
Finally, a camper you can pull behind your bike. One catch: It weighs 100 pounds.
This carabiner has 45 parts, can’t be used for rock climbing, and costs 10 times that of a normal ‘biner. But it sure does look cool.
Strap yourself to a Porsche and hang on tight!
Watch 2,000 cubic meters of stone break away from the mountain and cascade into a valley.
This camp pad turns the idea of an inflatable air mattress on its head. Made of foam, you use a pump to deflate it for storage.
Bike thieves make our blood boil, so it’s nice to see these guys get a little surprise. Be warned, this slightly odd post is in Portuguese, so you may want to turn down your volume.
Review: This big ‘canvas camp’ tent is easy to set up and serves as a bomber base camp.
The ski-specific airbag deploys automatically in 25 milliseconds to protect the collarbone, chest, and shoulders.
The massive structure in Michigan will re-open for ‘ski flying’ competition after being refurbished.
A startup company is taking a poke at the complex proposition of electric apparel. If successful, the Ravean jacket will keep a human warm in weather from 55 degrees F to below-zero.
Sweetgrass Productions just released the full 7-minute ‘Darklight’ mountain bike film, and it’s breathtaking.
Make tea with the same growler that carries your beer from the micro-brewery. Gotta love this invention straight out of Boulder, Colo.
‘Run free to the top of a mountain.’ We love that introductory quote to this video, and for trail runners, it gets better from there.
The second edit in DPS’s Shadow Campaign, ‘The Warmth Of Winter,’ has a vibe like Sunday morning and deep powder for miles. Grab a cup of coffee and let it ease you into the season.
Cyclocross season is here. Tubular tire glue can be replaced with a new tape that takes the fuss out of installing “glue-on” bike tires.
The Federal Aviation Administration today announced recreational drone operators must register their vehicles in an effort to safely manage burgeoning technology.
The difficulty of the terrain at Red Bull Rampage, and the skill of the riders, is hard to comprehend. Eric Hanson reports from Utah.
It took a lot of gear to support 10 guys at the GearJunkie Mobile Office. From Enerplex portable batteries to Swedish hatchets, this gear kept us stoked in the backcountry.
What happens when you put 10 GearJunkie editors, hundreds of pounds of gear, a cooler full of beer, and enough Enerplex products to power a small village in the woods for two days?
Drew Hardesty is an avalanche forecaster in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, and his message in this video will remind you to stay safe this winter.
Small and unique, our tester reviews the Frikky, a friction folding knife that fits easily in a pocket.
Insulated walls and a modular design set this system apart from other bivvies on the market.
Generators have a bad image with some campers. A new, made-in-USA unit we review from Generac has a quiet engine and aims to replace the rumbling generators that can plague campgrounds with exhaust and noise.