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Members Only Seven Days on the Katy
by Lucas Boyer
I went looking for a long-distance hike in the midwest and found the 225-mile Katy Trail. No time like the present to try out my first thru-hike! Read More...
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Several Thousand Steps on the PCT
by Ken Maddox
Lightweight gear and food, and lessons learned along two hundred miles of the PCT from B to C (Bend, Oregon to the Columbia River). Read More...
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Members Only Sierra Prime: Off Trail in California's High Country
by Alan Dixon and Don Wilson
The greatest rewards come when you choose to get off the beaten path and build a personalized hike that mixes challenge and fun at whatever level works for you. Read More...
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Members Only Skiing the John Muir Trail
by Kevin Sawchuk
When the snow resembles cement and you're making one mile per hour or less at times, what would YOU do? Read More...
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Members Only Success and Failure on the Colorado Trail
by Luke Schmidt
Planning like crazy to do a thru-hike doesn't quiet the fears: "Can I do this? Will my gear work? Will I stay motivated? Do I have the right food?" Only time on the trail would answer. Read More...
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Members Only SUL with My Kid Brother
by Luke Schmidt
Planning a 2-day, 20-mile trip with my 11-year-old brother meant going SUL, as he wasn't going to tolerate being babied with a lesser load. Read More...
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Summer Alpine Ice Climbing in Montana's Beartooth Mountains
by Ryan Jordan and Alan Dixon
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Members Only The Bio-Bio Trek, Chile
by Chris Jones
Volcanoes, hot springs, and breathtaking vistas in the Chilean Andes. Read More...
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The Greatest Trip That Never Happened
by Scott Morris
Although the trip was never completed, the lessons learned were irreplaceable and the experience was very memorable. Read More...
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Members Only The Range of Light: Fastpacking the John Muir Trail in Under a Week
by Josh Mathe
Fastpacking the John Muir trail is a grueling yet rewarding challenge. Nevertheless, the main benefits are the lessons learned throughout the process that can be applied to your life. Read More...
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Members Only The Wonderland Trail
by Ethan Kanning
Mt. Rainer is dominating and impressive. The Wonderland Trail circumvents this majestic peak offering stunning views and unprecedented access to this gem of the Pacific Northwest. Read More...
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Members Only Thru-Hiking Alaska’s Arctic: A 1,000 Mile Solo Traverse
by Kristin Gates
Located above the Arctic Circle, the Brooks Range is one of the last true wildernesses. Here the grizzly bears, wolves, moose, and caribou roam free and the hiker is enveloped in nature. Read More...
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Thru Running New York’s Long Path
by Kenneth Posner
New York's long path is a gem - nestled in the middle of a sprawling metropolis, this path cuts through the city taking you northward to the peaceful woods. Read More...
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Track Notes for the GR52 in France
by Roger Caffin
Roger Caffin leaves the GR5 behind and takes the GR52 to the Mediterranean Sea. Read More...
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Members Only Traversing the Adirondacks by Foot and Packraft
by Ari “Ike” Jutkowitz
Quiet streams and raging waters make for an incredible experience in the backcountry. The ADKs are home to a diverse array of animals and have a very appealing lure. Read More...
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Members Only Trekking the High Uintas Wilderness: Circumnavigation of the Rock Creek Shelf
by Ryan Jordan
Featuring the author's live journals as well as a detailed assessment of trekking gear used on the trip. Read More...
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Members Only Trip Report: 2010 Teton Crest Expedition
by Pat Starich, Eric Petriz, Damien Tougas, and Douglas Ide
Our seasoned crew decided early on a mostly off-trail trip on a high route through the Teton Range. With no navigational resources but map and compass, we planned to formulate our route day by day as we progressed north to south through mountains. Read More...
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Members Only Ultralight Packrafting in Cataract Canyon
by Forrest McCarthy
A river explorer takes on the Colorado River in a packraft. Read More...
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Valley Hopping in the Cordillera Huayhuash - Global Test Photo Essay
by Kristin Tennessen with Danny Milks
Hopscotch over lakes, skip the main trail, and discover the jewels of Peru. Read More...
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Members Only Walking in Nepal
by Scott Morris
Desperate for an authentic Nepalese experience, the author takes to the less-traveled trekking routes to learn about himself and the area's beauty. Read More...
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West Canada Lakes Wilderness
by Adam Klagsbrun
A beautiful wilderness with incredible fishing rehabilitated after years of logging and industry use. Just don't forget your lake packraft...you'll need it! Read More...
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Winter's Tone
by Lucas Boyer
The sights, sounds, and moods of the Ozark Trail. Read More...
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Members Only Wonderland Trail
by David Pex
As it circumnavigates Mt. Rainier, the Wonderland Trail offers some stunning views and excellent camping spots. Read More...
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Members Only Yellowstone in Winter: An Igloo Traverse in America's Oldest National Park
by Chris Townsend
Chris Townsend explores Yellowstone during the winter in a group igloo expedition with skis, snowshoes, and pulks. Read More...

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