Category: Adventure Journal

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Powder. Backcountry. Coffee. Friends.

Powder. Backcountry. Coffee. Friends.

The four most important things of the winter. Source Link [...]
You Need This Field Guide to Smells

You Need This Field Guide to Smells

There’s a wealth of information floating in the air, though we rarely take the time to notice. Olfaction, or the ability to smell, may be the l [...]
Roald Amundsen Had to Make Do With Being First to South Pole

Roald Amundsen Had to Make Do With Being First to South Pole

There’s no evidence of this, but surely there must have been a saying among the great polar explorers of the 19th and early 20th centuries alon [...]
Burton Snowboard Rental Program Delivers New Rides to Your Doorstep

Burton Snowboard Rental Program Delivers New Rides to Your Doorstep

Folks who ride only a few times per year and spend hours each winter at the rental shack counter standing in line, filling out forms, getting f [...]
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (The Artisanal Firewood Video)

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (The Artisanal Firewood Video)

Sure you have firewood, but was it rubbed with heirloom spices? Source Link [...]
No Real Climate Benefit From 10 Years of Forest Carbon Offsets in California

No Real Climate Benefit From 10 Years of Forest Carbon Offsets in California

Many of the companies promising “net-zero” emissions to protect the climate are relying on vast swaths of forests and what are known as carbon [...]
‘Delete’ – Strictly’s farewell film is an immediate classic

‘Delete’ – Strictly’s farewell film is an immediate classic

The good people at Strictly have decided to ride off into the sunset after five glorious years. But fear not! The crew is going out i [...]
A Gooseneck Kettle Deserves a Place In Your Camp Coffee Kit

A Gooseneck Kettle Deserves a Place In Your Camp Coffee Kit

Seems strange but the first time I ever measured the temperature of the water I was heating for coffee was at about 7,000 feet of elevation, ne [...]
A Trailside Tiramisu That’s Way Easier Than You Might Think

A Trailside Tiramisu That’s Way Easier Than You Might Think

Serves: 4Total time: 10 minutes[ratings] This is a delicious treat for coffee and dessert lovers and the recipe mak [...]
News Flash: Week of December 7, 2022

News Flash: Week of December 7, 2022

“News Flash” is FREESKIER’s online column designed to keep you up-to-date with snippets of outdoor news you need to know about. This [...]
The US Forest Service Is Now Using Electric Ford F-150s

The US Forest Service Is Now Using Electric Ford F-150s

There are roughly 18,000 gas-powered vehicles in the USFS fleet. That number will likely be changing in the coming years as the Biden administr [...]
Dude Got Stranded Hiking, Lived on ‘Half Jar of Salsa for Two Weeks’

Dude Got Stranded Hiking, Lived on ‘Half Jar of Salsa for Two Weeks’

When you go out hiking, have you ever included a jar of salsa in your backpack? Most don’t. But a man who became stranded while hiking in South [...]
British Columbia Has Powder of the Surfing Kind Too

British Columbia Has Powder of the Surfing Kind Too

When you think BC, you think snow, yes? Maybe mountain biking? Or maybe you’ve heard of or been to Tofino, a surfing “hotspot” vibe town t [...]
Apple Sat Service Rescues Stranded Man; How Does It Compare to inReach?

Apple Sat Service Rescues Stranded Man; How Does It Compare to inReach?

Early in the morning hours of Thursday, December 1, a man driving a snowmobile across the forty-five miles between Noorvik and Kotzebue, Alaska [...]
Norwegian Nature As Good Medicine

Norwegian Nature As Good Medicine

If you could bottle this up and prescribe it, you would. Source Link [...]
What I Think About When I’m About to Be Obliterated by a Giant Wave

What I Think About When I’m About to Be Obliterated by a Giant Wave

It’s full-on winter surf season here in Northern California, and already, the below scenario has happened this year. It happens every year, the [...]
Grizzlies Reintroduced in Washington? Feds Are Thinking About It

Grizzlies Reintroduced in Washington? Feds Are Thinking About It

For thousands of years, grizzly bears wandered the North Cascades, spreading plant seeds through their poop and otherwise making their mark on [...]
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