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Tips for Safe Solo Winter Camping

In the stark beauty of the colder months, winter camping is a recipe for perfection: less crowds, snow-covered scenery, and quiet.
Travel

Six of Our Favorite Places to Ski in the U.S. Right Now

From a New England charmer to an Alaskan destination, here are the best places to ski in the U.S.
Travel

Escape to the Most Drool-Worthy New Zealand Beaches this Winter

Ready to escape to warmer climes this winter? Check out these New Zealand beaches.
Outdoors

Slipstream, a new company out of Vancouver, BC, is aiming to become the Netflix of outdoor adventure films.

Slipstream is a world-famous climb in the Rocky Mountains. It’s also the easiest way to watch hundreds of adventure films in one place.
Travel

Where to Find the World’s Weirdest Winter Sports

Sure, everyone's heard of hockey and snowboarding. But what about wok racing?
Outdoors

This New Zealand Island Could Be the World’s Best Place for Stargazing

Great Barrier Island off the coast of New Zealand is officially one of the darkest places in the world.
Outdoors

These 5 Fire Starters May Save Your Life

Sometimes you just don't have a match or a lighter. Turn to these best fire starters instead.
Travel

First Underwater Art Museum in the U.S. to Debut in Florida in 2018

The Sunshine State is planning a unique marine destination: the first permanent underwater art museum in the United States.
Travel

Fulfill Your Road Trip Fantasies with Pacific Overlander’s Fully-Outfitted Vehicle Rentals

Ready to unplug and hit the road, but not sure how to do it? Pacific Overlander makes it easy with their fully stocked adventure vehicle rentals.
Outdoors

Manta5’s Hydrofoiler XE-1 is the World’s Most Advanced Overwater Bicycle

Biking on land too boring for you? It's time to head to the water with the Hydrofoiler.
Outdoors

TrailKeg is a Trail-ready Growler Designed to Take Your Beer Anywhere

Hiking and craft beer find a happy marriage with TrailKeg, the world's most innovative, go-anywhere insulated growler.
Outdoors

Mount Everest: The Incredible Cost of Climbing the World’s Highest Mountain

If you're thinking about climbing Mount Everest, you better have a sponsor or a pile of money.
Outdoors

Power Up: 5 Chargers that Don’t Need a Plug

With these eco chargers, you can go off the grid and still have the juice to charge your electronics.
Outdoors

Pac Back Trio: The Camping Air Mat that’s also a Chair (and a Pillow)

The Pac Back Trio serves more than on purpose on a camping or backpacking trip.
Outdoors

Savor Your Adventure with this Mouthwatering List of the Best Camping Foods

Whether you’re cooking big group meals or snacking solo in the backcountry, this list of the best camping food has you covered.
Outdoors

Live Out There is a Brand that Supplies Affordable Expedition-Level Outerwear

This new collection was inspired by the adventures of Jamie Clarke.
Outdoors

HuntCrafted is Like Etsy for Handmade Outdoor and Camping Gear

HuntCrafted offers a new take on the craftsmen marketplace.
Outdoors

How to Chop Down a Tree Like a Pro

Whether you need to gather firewood, get rid of problem trees, or become a better outdoorsman, you best learn how to chop down a tree.
Outdoors

Watch Cam McCaul Mountain Bike a Double Black Diamond in Winter

Teton Gravity Research shared footage of the first-ever mountain bike descent of Corbet’s Couloir. We spoke with the mad man on the bike: Cam McCaul.
Outdoors

iKamper EatOut is the All-in-One Solution for Your Camp Cookout

The iKamper EatOut will be your new best friend for dining al fresco.
Outdoors

The Slopes Are Calling: Our Favorite Snowboarding Gear for the Season Ahead

'Tis the season — for snowboarding, that is.
Fashion & Style

The North Face Gets a Face Lift from Pendleton in this New Collection

The North Face and Pendleton collaboration adds tough American tradition to your winter wardrobe.
Living

Ignite Your Winter Nights With One of the Best Wood-Burning Fire Pits

Chilly nights call for warm fires (and whiskey).