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Tips and Tricks: Carry A Spare Rod Tim Babich

Sometimes it’s necessary to carry a spare rod in order to make the catch. Tim Babich demonstrates how we can do this when there’s no one else around to lend a hand.

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How To: Ski For Cheap

Don’t wait until the last minute this winter if you want major savings on lift tickets. Similar to the airlines, resorts vary their prices according to the time of year, days of the week, and how far you book in advance. But there are a few other tricks seasoned skiers and snowboarders know…and are willing to share.

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Tips and Tricks: Riding a Camel with Rob Holmes

One of Rob’s favorite adventures is a camel safari. But first, there’s a few things you need to know before hopping on those humps.

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Travel: Telluride, Colorado

If there’s one ski area in the US that is absolute magic, it’s Telluride. The skiable terrain is tremendous–and accessible via a nice warm gondola. The original mining town, complete with its Victorian houses and brick shops, seems strangely unchanged over the past 50 or 60 years. Sure, western haute couture has replaced miner’s and forester’s uniforms, and mess halls have made way for fine dining; but the architectural integrity of the town has been preserved. What really saved Telluride was the development of the Mountain Village–just a 13-minute ride via the town’s free gondola system, which connects the main streets with the resort.

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Good To Know: Avalanche Awareness

The growth of backcountry skiing–in large part fueled by a flood of newer-generation, affordable backcountry equipment–has also caused an increase in accidents and deaths in the backcountry. And as excited as we all are to get out and enjoy some solitary deep-powder fun, it’s important to remember that buying the right equipment doesn’t secure your safety.

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Tips And Tricks: Cleaning a Fish with Rob Holmes

You’ve made the catch! Now what? Rob Holmes and friend share tips for cleaning your catch of the day.

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Good To Know: Polar Vortex

If you were living…pretty much anywhere in the Northern Hemisphere last winter, you know that the polar vortex was no joke. Sure, the name sounded like it came from some ill-informed Hollywood executive. But it was all too real.

As defined by AccuWeather, it’s a large pocket of very cold air, the coldest in the Northern Hemisphere, which sits over the polar region during the winter season. As defined by those of us who endured it: it was just plain cold, the kind of cold in which adjectives feel superfluous. It was when cold became the new four-letter word.

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Tips And Tricks: Training For Trail Sports With Dave Norona

With 23 years of experience under his belt, Dave Norona knows a thing or two about training for trail sports!

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Travel: Take the Polar Bear Plunge

It’s finally 2015 and one of the best ways to mark the new year is by taking part in one of the bone-chilling polar bear plunges held across virtually every state. Whether you simply want to challenge yourself, have a crazy fun day out with friends, or raise money for your favorite charity, here are some polar plunges to keep in mind.

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Travel: Mom & Pop Ski Resorts

We’ve got nothing against the haute scenes that have overtaken higher-end ski resorts across North America like some luxury-travel space race. Valet parking at Deer Valley kinda rocks when it’s dumping snow and you’re trying to corral an army of kids and their gear to the lift. That Peak-to-Peak gondola ride is undoubtedly one of the most invigorating—and liberating—parts of Whistler/Blackcomb. And hunting for the perfect stretch of untracked powder across Vail’s thousands of skiable acres and then ending the day with a five-star steak dinner ranks as a rite of passage.

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