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Free Gear Fridays: The Ultimate Backcountry Adventure Kit
The winner of this 2-week giveaway will receive an extensive backcountry travel kit with gear from Hyperlite Mountain Gear, Therm-a-Rest, and more.
Unlike Any Shoe We’ve Seen: HOKA ONE ONE ‘Arkali’ Blends Climbing, Running, Hiking
The Sky Arkali from HOKA ONE ONE is a shoe like no other. Velcro ankle straps, grippy rubber, and HOKA’s signature plush foam combine in one of the most futuristic trail shoes we’ve seen.
Married to the Outdoors: REI Relaunches Wedding Registry
Outdoorsy couples no longer have to worry about returning the blender. REI’s wedding registry has real-life gear they’ll actually use — together.
Dick’s to Pull Guns From 125 More Stores as Stock Tumbles
Rifles, ammunition, and ‘anything associated with hunting’ will vacate shelves at Dick’s Sporting Goods stores across the country this year.
‘Guiding for the Future’ Program Educates Fly Fishing Guides in Montana
A conservation-focused educational program aims to create a community of fly fishing guides dedicated to respecting the resource.
International Women’s Day: Sportswomen Telling the Story
It’s International Women’s Day, and we’re celebrating some of the women at the forefront of the hunting and angling community.
How to Start Euro Nymphing
European nymphing often appears to be complicated and confusing. But fret not, it’s not as difficult as it seems.
Meet the ‘Omelette Guy’: Trail Angel Cooks Food for AT Hikers
Out of pure generosity, the Omelette Guy sets up shop on the Appalachian Trail to feed hungry hikers. He doesn’t charge anything, and the serving size is as big as you want it. Trail magic is truly beautiful.
Cabela’s Spring Savings Sale: Our Top Picks
Great hunting and fishing gear at an amazing price: Cabela’s Spring Savings Sale goes through March 17.
How to Fuel Up Outdoor Equipment (Dos & Don’ts)
From snowmobiles to chainsaws to backyard rototillers, many outdoors tools and recreational devices have specific gasoline and fuel requirements. And a new study shows most people have no idea what they are.
Best Women’s Adventure Pants: Hiking, Climbing, and Travel
Here are the best women’s hiking, climbing, and travel pants. Pick a pair and get ready for adventure.
How to Hike 25-Plus Miles a Day: A Thru-Hiker Explains
Hiking 25 miles in a day is absolutely doable. That may sound unrealistic to some, but thru-hikers do 25 miles every day. For months on end. While sleeping in a tent every night.
So You Want to Be an Influencer: The Realities of Being Insta-Famous
‘Instagram doesn’t really have a retirement plan.’ — Brianna Madia
A Favor and a Fly Rod: A Gift 30 Years in the Making
Collectible items are not something you typically use and abuse. But what if that very item was made particularly for you to enjoy? Like literally built for you, and only you. The decision becomes less obvious.
Free Gear Fridays: HOKA ONE ONE Sky Boots Giveaway
This week, three lucky men and three lucky women will receive their choice of a pair of Sky hiking boots from HOKA ONE ONE!
REI Quarter Dome SL Tent Review: Same Name, Different Beast
REI’s flagship backpacking tent gets a flashy update for 2019. But how does it stack up in the field?
Summit an 8,700-Foot Peak Overlooking ‘El Capitán’ — In Texas
Near the border of West Texas and New Mexico, the Guadalupe Mountains host Texas’ four tallest peaks. We ascended a surprisingly challenging 3,000 feet to Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas, to peer into Mexico and soak in the desert views.
California Aims to Put Roadkill on the Menu
Wanton wastes laws in a plethora of states allow for legal salvage of roadkill deer. Now, a new bill opens up that potential for California.