Utah is jammed packed with some of the most beautiful National Monument’s and we think you should get out and explore them. There is no better time than now to get outside and show your support for our precious outdoor spaces. Utah in particular, is a state that is truly rich with breathtaking outdoor spacesContinue reading

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We love the oxymoronic beauty of a good bad idea. Walking the entire length of the White Rim Trail, a route that is pretty much only done by motorized vehicle? Yes, please! Hiking the 42-mile stretch of the Maryland portion of the Appalachian Trail in one go? Backpacking in the rainiest confines of a ColombianContinue reading

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It’s time to turn up the heat and head to the hottest hiking destinations in the U.S. Extreme heat attracts a special sort of nature-lover. After all, if you ever get cold, you can always put on another layer, toss another log on the fire, or find a warm blanket. When you hit your heatContinue reading

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Southeastern Utah is home to what’s known as Canyon Country. It includes Canyonlands National Park, but that’s just the nicely packaged part of this vast landscape of endless mazes etched by eons of wind and rain. The geology is distinctive; striated layers of sandstone sediments have been stacked, tilted, and subducted into a geometrical symphonyContinue reading

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Traveling in a group can be…challenging, but where’s the fun if there’s not a little bit of a challenge? Travel inspiration typically arrives in some organic way—you read an article online (like, say, this one on fishing off the coast of Baja, Mexico), catch a clip of a place on TV or YouTube, or tourContinue reading

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Sun, surf, and sand. The combination makes for a terrific get-away. But so many awesome beaches are overcrowded and touristy. Not Mexico’s Los Barriles, a gem of a village on the Sea of Cortez.  The village got its name, which translates into The Barrels, from legends about Spanish conquistadors burying barrels of gems and goldContinue reading

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