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A Visit with the Native Community of Guna Yala, Panama (Photos)

Get a closer look at life in Guna Yala.
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West Coast Wild: Three Unique, Remote Hikes in California

There are plenty of great spots to go off-grid in the Golden State, but these are three of our favorites.
Travel

3 Stunning Island Destinations You’ve Never Heard of (But Need to Escape to Right Now)

Even in this modern age of travel, there are plenty of relatively tourist-free island destinations left to explore.
Outdoors

Take Your Beer & Gear Off the Beaten Path with ICEMULE’s BOSS Cooler Backpack

Keeping your brew, bourbon, or bait cool in the back country just got easier.
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Island Hopping in The Philippines and Visiting the Town of Coron

Dive ten shipwrecks left over from WWII
Outdoors

Klymit Sleeping Pads Review – Comfort In the Field

You can pretty much just throw every other sleeping pad away.
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Mezcal and the Magic of Oaxaca, Mexico

Mezcal is certainly one of Oaxaca’s most defining cultural characteristics, but the smoky intoxicant is far from the only reason to visit Oaxaca.
Outdoors

SOG Sync Multitools: Handy Hardware at the Ready

Remember back in the day when pulling out your multitool entailed the multi-step process of reaching to the side or back of your belt, opening a pouch sealed with velcro or a snap, and then finally pulling the actual tool out so you could…
Outdoors

Hang Em’ High: How to Hang a Bear Bag

If you're heading into the backcountry this summer and know you'll be in bear-itory, it's time to learn how to hang a bear bag.
Outdoors

Coast Flashlights: The Only Flashlights or Headlamps You’ll Ever Need

take your time and choose wisely; there's a good chance you're going to own it for the rest of your life.
Outdoors

Survival Medical: Cleverly Curated First Aid Kits for Any Situation

Be prepared anywhere with these lifestyle specific first aid kits.
Outdoors

Hyperlite Mountain Gear Summit Pack Helps You Ascend without Weighing You Down

The perfect summit pack is much like the perfect one-liner: until it's needed, one is hardly aware of its presence.
Travel

The Best Places to Eat, Play, & Stay in Carmel, California

Carmel is often a hub or stopping point rather than a destination in and of itself. This should no longer be the case.
Outdoors

Hat’s Off to Our Favorite Hiking Hats

A good hat should be able to keep your face and neck protected from the sun, your head dry even during driving rains, and should be able to help keep you warm or cool depending on the climate.
Travel

3 Once-in-a-lifetime Wilderness Adventures in South America

Experience three of the most bucket list-worthy outdoor adventures on one of the world's most rugged and underexplored continents.
Travel

The “World’s Most Dangerous Hiking Path” Reopens in Spain

Few hikes can hold a candle to Spain’s deadly El Caminito del Rey — often dubbed “the world’s most dangerous hiking path.”
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The Half Day Tour: The World’s Best Layover Cities

You could frustrate yourself with slow airport WiFi during your long layover or you could venture out for a half-day tour of some of the greatest cities in the world.
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Chile Aims to Save Patagonia with Stunning 11-million-acre “Route of Parks”

Chile is looking to help save Patagonia with a stunning, new, 11-million-acre "Route of Parks."