We sat down with Michelle Toshack of Adventure Scientists and learned more about the organization and their current project, Timber Tracking!
“To send: to climb a route or complete a boulder problem with zero falls.” Ideally, when we show up prepared, psyched and try hard, we’ll send that climb we’ve been eyeing, right?
Jessica McWhirt chats about how mountain biking pushed her to let go of perfection and taught her to grow from her falls.
Gabaccia is an artist and conscious creative whose works, regardless of the medium, intersect beautifully with the social and environmental issues surrounding her. Thanks for joining us on this interview, and give her a follow at the links above.
How many ways can you camp in your car? Thousands.
A little taste of what it's like to adventure into the backcountry while pregnant.
Mother's Day gift ideas for the mom in your life who loves to get outside, wake up early and never says no to a good adventure!
It is not the path we glide that makes a difference in our journey; it is the process we follow that determines the destination. Love the process, love life, and love the mountains.
Secrets to Enjoying the Outdoors in ‘The New Normal’ Nature restores you. No matter how you adventure, playing outside fuels your soul, recharges your batteries, and inspires you to greatness. Greatness, though, loves friends: it’s a lot more fun to…
A light breeze fluttered pole straps against the backs of my hands as I paused to gaze up towards the final pitch of the summit. I watched Sophia and Sofia blaze a trail up 25 Short’s East-facing breakable crust, and…