2019 Adventures, Walkabout Northern California

Tips for Planning Adventures in 2019

2019 sounds like a fantastic year to pack full of adventures. It is, after all, the 20th anniversary of when we all partied like it was 1999. So in honor of surviving Y2K all those years ago and today's current issues, you owe it to...

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2019 Resolutions, Wilderness Press

Resolutions You Won’t Break in a Month

We can all agree that making resolutions is trying at best, dejecting at worst. A fresh, exciting new year begins and we are full of ideas and aspirations and good intentions. So we make well-meaning resolutions. Ambitious goals. They’re great until it’s December again and...

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Wilderness Press looks back on 2018

Wilderness Press Looks Back on 2018

Is it just us? How is 2018 already over? It feels like we were just at Denver’s first Outdoor Retailer, listening to Governor Hickenlooper welcoming us to his state. This past year was full of major wins for the outdoors (check out all these amazing...

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John Muir Instagram, Wilderness Press, Meditations of John Muir

If John Muir Were on Instagram

*Snap* How glorious a greeting the sun gives the mountains! #nofilter Let me just take a moment to post this on Instagram for all my adoring fans to seen once they wake from their slumber. True mountaineers are awake to watch the sun rise and light up the...

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Why You Need to Visit Yosemite in Winter

December is actually an ideal month to spend time exploring Yosemite National Park. The crowds and mosquitoes have vanished, the weather is still not too snowy for adventures, and you get to experience the park in all its winter splendor. It's a time of solitude....

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