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Camping is a great way to get outside with family and friends or even by yourself. You can go camping in many state and national parks, at private campgrounds, in the backcountry or even in your own backyard. (For more info, read Where Can I Camp?) Most campsites include a picnic table, a place to park your car and a spot to pitch your tent. Many also have

This is the first of our Getting High Series where hiker and outdoor enthusiast Michael Putnam aka Putty (our first sponsored adventurer) documents his journey of bagging the highest peak for each of the 50 United States.   As of this writing he's conquered 9/50 (will update this total with the summiting of each new mountain peak).   I've known putty for a few years now, and he had

Park City, Utah is known among the mountain biking community as one of the premier mountain biking destinations in the United States.    Park City is the only IMBA (International Mountain Bike Association) Gold-Level Ride Center in North America.   At present, Park City currently has over 450 miles of Gold Level trails. Not to mention, a plethora of bars and restaurants plus world-class accommodations; no wonder it's on

Sometimes you just want to lace up your hiking boots, zip up your backpack, and go for a hike. With so many trails to choose from, it’s often difficult to choose one before you run out of vacation time.  Fortunately, you won’t need to look too far away as there are thousands of great hiking trails waiting for you in over 400 US National Parks. With over

Backpacking blends hiking and backcountry camping into one enjoyable activity. You get to go out of the beaten path and into the wilds with nothing but the things you carry on your back.  Sometimes you finish your trip with no snags. Sometimes you need to cut your trip early and go home. To avoid the latter, you need to think ahead and cover all bases.  The thing

Wyoming is a state in the Mountain West subregion of the United States. Covering over 97,914 square miles, it’s the 10th largest state by area but also the least populous and least densely populated state in the entire country.  The state’s climate is generally semiarid and continental and is drier and windier than most other states with greater temperature extremes.  Wyoming is home to several big game