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Universal Flow: Wild and scenic river protection is vital for tribes, recreation and much more. Story by Morgan Tilton, photos by Dana Ramanaoff Francisco “Cisco” Guevara, then 13 years old, gripped the edge of the large, inflatable inner tube. The current accelerated his vessel into consecutive waves of whitewater. He squeezed his wide eyes shut…(Read More)

Bears Ears National Monument

These southwest adventure destinations might not all be synonymous with epic adventure, but they sure could be. Take a look at why we love them and why we think you will too.  by Brandon Mathis 1) BLUFF, UTAH You might not think of Bluff, Utah (population 258) as a major destination – and that’s what…(Read More)

New Mexico Green Chile

Green Chile Highway

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Durango writer and green chile aficionado Margaret Hedderman hits the road to discover the best green chile cheeseburger in the Land of Enchantment. By Margaret Hedderman There is a ghost town clustered around a narrow road in the Ortiz Mountains of New Mexico known almost exclusively for two things: A John Travolta movie and the…(Read More)

Bisti Badlands

This captivating world of northern New Mexico’s the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness is unlike anything else you’ve ever seen. Story by Brandon Mathis, photos by Terrance Siemon Named from Navajo words meaning “shale hills and cranes,” the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness is comprised of about 60 square miles of badlands in…(Read More)

Bull of the Woods trail run

From high alpine mountains to desert mesas, here are our picks to keep on your radar this running season. Words By Tiona Eversole ARIZONA AZT North Rim Ramble August 26th, 2018 Jacob Lake Northern Arizona is packed with many desert gems. The North Rim Ramble course takes you through spruce, pine and aspen forest, and…(Read More)

Mother’s Day kayak and raft tradition still splashing after 60 years photos by Britt Runyon Pilar, New Mexico – the Mother’s Day Rio Grande Whitewater Races, the second oldest organized river race in the country, will once again host kayakers and rafters, canoers, spectators, campers and Dutch Oven Cookoff competitors from May 11 to…(Read More)

Rock climbing in this secret gem is as captivating as it is tough, and the more you know about its history, the stranger it gets. by Brandon Mathis On the western outskirts of Colorado’s San Luis Valley, narrow canyons form hallways of hard volcanic rock, rounded smooth from wind and rain. Corridors are hidden…(Read More)

Bull of The Woods Run

On the run: why the pursuit of mountain running in New Mexico is climbing Looks like this trail running event is on the rise: In only its second year, it doubled its registration. The Bull of the Woods Trail Run is an eight or 13 mile trail run through dense, rich, forests and into the…(Read More)

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