Author: Justin Housman

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Greek Climbing Is Something Else

Greek Climbing Is Something Else

The Petzl RocTrip breezed into Manikia, Greece, last spring with a plan to climb, of course, but also to attract artists, musicians, video [...]
This Tent Will Swallow Your Whole Family—In a Good Way, We Swear

This Tent Will Swallow Your Whole Family—In a Good Way, We Swear

If you’ve been reading AJ online for any length of time and peruse the gear section, surely you’ve come across numerous references I’ve made to [...]
Unexpected Joy

Unexpected Joy

When life closes one door, it presents you with a bicycle. Or something like that. Source Link [...]
The Best Dropper Lever on the Market Is Now Even Best-er-er

The Best Dropper Lever on the Market Is Now Even Best-er-er

I thought dropper posts were silly when they first came out, then finally tried one and of course can’t fathom returning to the pre-dropper pos [...]
Ansel Adams Meets the Teton Crest

Ansel Adams Meets the Teton Crest

The beauty of the Tetons and the wisdom of Adams. Source Link [...]
You’re Gonna Want This Adventure-Ready Telescope From Nocs

You’re Gonna Want This Adventure-Ready Telescope From Nocs

We’ve covered before the importance of having a pair of binoculars that you can toss in a backpack, not think too hard about them, or worry ove [...]
Cody Townsend and Crew, Once More Unto the Breach

Cody Townsend and Crew, Once More Unto the Breach

We’re just real big fans of Cody Townsend’s The Fifty series. Each episode is strong, no matter what classic ski descent he’s tackling. Th [...]
Perfect and Terrifying and Lightyears From Any Medical Help

Perfect and Terrifying and Lightyears From Any Medical Help

Extremely remote, heavy waves, a very shallow reef—sorta the best possible scenario but also the worst. One little slip and you’re slammed [...]
You Don’t Need Reservations to Visit Yosemite Anymore

You Don’t Need Reservations to Visit Yosemite Anymore

If you’ve been to Yosemite the past few summers and you’re planning to go again in summer 2023, there will be at least one significant change—r [...]
We Love The Kids Ride Shotgun Seat For Kiddos (Fun for Adultos Too)

We Love The Kids Ride Shotgun Seat For Kiddos (Fun for Adultos Too)

We’ve previously covered the MacRide kid seat for mountain bikes, but they ain’t the only game in town. The Kids Ride Shotgun seat, coming to y [...]
Warm Up Your Autumn-Chilled Bones With Leah Dawson’s Warm Water Dancin’

Warm Up Your Autumn-Chilled Bones With Leah Dawson’s Warm Water Dancin’

We’re really big fans of Leah Dawson round these parts. About as stylish, unique, and fun as surfing gets. You def don’t wanna have to pad [...]
And Ode to the Dawn Patrol

And Ode to the Dawn Patrol

The only thing better than dawn patrolling it is sleeping in. Sucks, right? But it’s true, at least at the moment, and it puts us in a qua [...]
The Climbing Cholitas Always Inspire a Smile

The Climbing Cholitas Always Inspire a Smile

We have covered the Climbing Cholitas before, a group of Bolivian women who after working as camp cooks for mountaineers decided to hell w [...]
The Crystal Hunter

The Crystal Hunter

We're all searching for something. Source Link [...]
The Immediate Present of Art and Being in Nature

The Immediate Present of Art and Being in Nature

Artist Alex Katz is trying to access the “immediate present” in his work, whether painting, sculpture, or simply the work of being. Clearl [...]
Remote Rafting to Remote-r Ski Lines

Remote Rafting to Remote-r Ski Lines

You don't need an excuse to do a trip like this, but a bachelor party is as good an excuse as any. Source Link [...]
If Adventurous Riding Is Your Jam, These Are Your Shoes

If Adventurous Riding Is Your Jam, These Are Your Shoes

Where I live, fire roads that lead to hidden trail stashes can be punishingly, unrideably steep or rocky or both. There are also lots of footpa [...]
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