It’s true of packing your bag, it’s true of achieving your goals… It’s true of life. You don’t get what you expect, you get what you inspect. The trick is to figure out how to inspect everything in your life without obsessing about it.
In the past few months, I’ve been on the hunt for a locking pocket knife that I could clip in my pocket and open one-handed. The Gerber Paraframe ticks all my boxes and won’t put you in debt. Here’s everything you need to know if you’re in the market for an affordable, reliable folder.
After watching a puppy narrowly avoid getting hit by a car this past weekend, I decided to share this unpopular opinion — a lot of dogs shouldn’t be off-leash. It isn’t a judgment or a punishment, it’s simply the best way to keep your best friend safe.
Lots of people think that they can’t have an adventure right now, because they don’t have time, they don’t have much money, and they think they don’t have the opportunity. If you feel that way too, don’t worry — I’m going to tell you how you can have an adventure right now. Seriously, right now.
How does an ultra-lite backpacking company fare when it comes to making a multipurpose day pack? In the case of Gossamer Gear’s Vagabond 23L day pack, it turns out they do a pretty great job. Here’s everything you need to know about the Vagabond.
Yesterday, March 12, 2019, President Donald Trump signed the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act, or the Dingell Act for short. The Dingell Act has received widespread bipartisan support and will have varied and far-reaching effects on our public lands. With all of these positive changes, what can we expect for our public lands?
Spearfish Canyon’s Community Caves is a remarkable spot year-round, but winter transforms this spot into an ice castle complete with crystal columns and a glass-like floor. It’s a a steep trek up sheets of ice, but here’s how we conquered the ice cave — and how you can do it too.
Don’t get the wrong idea, I’m not telling you to flash people. I’m asking you to expose yourself to the new ideas and new experiences that will help you grow as a person. And maybe hike naked once a year.
As we all dig out of the polar vortex, you may worry that Inkling turned into a pupsicle. The sub-zero temperatures, multiple feet of snow, and ice everywhere made things tough for her, but we got her two presents that made the winter manageable. Here’s how she stayed active as a snow-dog this year.
Should every pair of hiking boots be technical, chunky, and only good on a rugged trail? Ridgemont Outfitters doesn’t think so, and their Monty Hi hiking boots illustrate just how awesome a pair of “casual hikers” can be. Spoiler alert: I love em.
If you’re in the market for a new adventure vehicle, you may be surprised to learn that the best option might be an old truck. It seems counter-intuitive, but sometimes everything old is new again. Here’s how that worked out with my “new” 2001 Ranger.