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Los Angeles Mourns Wild Mountain Lion in Sold-Out Memorial Service

Last Saturday, thousands of people gathered in Los Angeles’s Greek Theatre to mourn the death of P-22, a local wild mountain lion—and one of Hollywood’s favorite animal celebrities.  For years, the male lion prowled around neighborhoods, occasionally showing up on wildlife cams but otherwise sticking [...]

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How To Start a Campfire Without Wood

Building a campfire isn’t easy. Even if you have the essentials like matches and kindling, it takes skill and experience. But what if you’re missing one of the most essential items for building a fire—namely, usable wood? Even outdoor experts and regular campers might not [...]

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New England Snow Report, February 10-12, 2023

After last week’s bitter cold and slope closures, we’re dying to get back out in the snow! Make sure to read the Snow Report before you head out this weekend. Vermont Bolton Valley Bromley Mountain Burke Mountain Jay Peak Killington Resort Mad River Glen Mount [...]

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8 Perfect Valentine’s Day Gifts for Adventure-Loving Couples

No one could ever accuse you of being un-romantic. Especially when you take the time to surprise your significant other with a gift tailored perfectly to the adventurous life you two love to share.  Solo Stove Mesa Table Top Fire Pit Brighten up your next [...]

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Carnivores Are Attacking People More Often. Here’s Why.

Bears, big cats, and wild canines are attacking humans more frequently than at any time in modern history. That’s according to a sweeping new international study released in the journal PLOS Biology last week. But it’s not just that there are more people on the [...]

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The 12 Best Places to Stargaze in the U.S.

Humans have always been drawn to stargazing—and it’s easy to see why. The vast darkness juxtaposed against the brilliant dots of light evokes a sense of astronomical wonder that reminds us just how much more is out there beyond our own existence. In recent years, [...]

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Two Bear Cubs Found a Trail Camera—and the Results are Adorable

When a wildlife photographer reviewed footage from a cam he’d set in southern Oregon last summer, his subjects gave him a little more than he bargained for.   Pro photographer Dan Elster regularly sets out trail cams to help him capture the incredible wildlife that roams [...]

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The World’s Strongest Man Tried Rock Climbing. Here’s How it Went.

This week, force challenged finesse when Eddie Hall—who was dubbed World’s Strongest Man in 2017—went head to head on the rock wall with renowned climber Magnus Midtbø. As they quickly found out, brute strength isn’t everything.  The physiological differences between the two men are striking. [...]

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Mountain Biker Personally Clears 950 Downed Trees to Save His Favorite Trail

Few people are as dedicated to their regular workout routine as mountain biker Justin Brandenburg. When the New Mexico-based enthusiast rolled up to his [...]

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Los Angeles Mourns Wild Mountain Lion in Sold-Out Memorial Service

Last Saturday, thousands of people gathered in Los Angeles’s Greek Theatre to mourn the death of P-22, a local wild mountain lion—and one of [...]

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How To Start a Campfire Without Wood

Building a campfire isn’t easy. Even if you have the essentials like matches and kindling, it takes skill and experience. But what if you’re [...]

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New England Snow Report, February 10-12, 2023

After last week’s bitter cold and slope closures, we’re dying to get back out in the snow! Make sure to read the Snow Report [...]

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8 Perfect Valentine’s Day Gifts for Adventure-Loving Couples

No one could ever accuse you of being un-romantic. Especially when you take the time to surprise your significant other with a gift tailored [...]

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Carnivores Are Attacking People More Often. Here’s Why.

Bears, big cats, and wild canines are attacking humans more frequently than at any time in modern history. That’s according to a sweeping new [...]

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The 12 Best Places to Stargaze in the U.S.

Humans have always been drawn to stargazing—and it’s easy to see why. The vast darkness juxtaposed against the brilliant dots of light evokes a [...]

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Two Bear Cubs Found a Trail Camera—and the Results are Adorable

When a wildlife photographer reviewed footage from a cam he’d set in southern Oregon last summer, his subjects gave him a little more than [...]

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The World’s Strongest Man Tried Rock Climbing. Here’s How it Went.

This week, force challenged finesse when Eddie Hall—who was dubbed World’s Strongest Man in 2017—went head to head on the rock wall with renowned [...]

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They’re Back! Monarch Butterfly Population Highest it’s Been in 20 Years

Two years ago, volunteers recorded just 2,000 endangered monarch butterflies during their annual survey. Now, they’ve spotted a whopping 335,000—the highest count in more [...]

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