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Nature has a way of telling you what’s up. You just have to listen. By Brandon Mathis You don’t have to be huckin’ fatties and droppin’ into Gnarville to find yourself in avalanche terrain. In the western U.S., and anywhere where mountains are steep and get enough snow, there are avalanches. Avalanches…(Read More)

Don’t let snow and ice keep you from lacing up your running shoes this winter. By Brandon Mathis “There’s something really amazing about running through an aspen grove or down these trails where it’s just totally silent because of the snow. It’s a pretty special experience for any runner. – Liz Blair…(Read More)

Getting bummed when the seasons change is real. Here’s how to deal with it. By Brandon Mathis Time change. Short days. Foul weather and gray skies. It’s not exactly the kind of day to get outside, but it is the day you should. Seasonal affective disorder – commonly known as SAD – is a clinically…(Read More)

Adventure writer Morgan Tilton spends a winter weekend in Crested Butte, Colorado, for a polar training course from world-leading arctic explorer Eric Larsen. Story and photos by Morgan Tilton A winter campout can seem hellacious, even for the adventurous types – especially in one of the coldest regions in the nation: Crested Butte, Colorado. The…(Read More)

Meet Sarah Swallow, a business owner turned bicycling vagabond who traded her life on the town for a life of adventure cycling on and off the road.  words and photos by Sarah Swallow In 2015 I needed to make a change in my life, so I closed my bicycle shop in Loveland, Ohio, moved out…(Read More)

Colorado trail running

Ever run on a path instead of pavement? That’s trail running, and it has exploded in the U.S., from 4.5 million trail runners in 2006, to an estimated 9.5 million in 2016. We take a look at how it’s different, why it’s good– and misunderstood– and why it just…(Read More)

As the weather warms and the snow starts to melt, rivers begin to rise and rafts come out for the season. One of the best ways to take advantage of the early season high water is to start planning a multi-day river trip. Words by Tiona Eversole, Photos by Taylor “Bama” Criswell & Jake…(Read More)

Imagine walking miles in remote areas of wilderness, crossing state lines and living off of the items you carry in your pack. It’s called thru-hiking, and that’s exactly what endurance athlete and thru-hiker Greg Mauger does. by Tiona Eversole It started in 2016, taking the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail…(Read More)

Making monumental mistakes during my first 50k so that you don’t have to. Words & Photos by Tiona Eversole We all make mistakes. The real bummer is realizing that multiple mistakes have been made over the course of 32.5 miles. If you are thinking about attempting your first ultramarathon in the near future…(Read More)

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