PCT Days, Wilderness Press

Wilderness Press Heads to PCT Days

PCT Days is once again taking Cascade Locks, Oregon by storm this weekend! And once again, Wilderness Press will be right in the thick of the action showing off our collection of Pacific Northwest books, hanging out with Pacific Crest Trail thru-hikers, and camping out...

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Wilderness Press, tips for summer heat

How to Survive the Summer Heat

We have made it to August, friends. We have survived most of the summer. Which means that depending on your location, you can already be sporting your puffy coat (Colorado) or impatiently waiting for football season and the chance to wear a sweater (Alabama). But. Overall...

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Outdoor Retailer, Wilderness Press

Pros and Cons of Outdoor Retailer in Denver

OK. We have now experienced one Outdoor Retailer Winter Market and one Summer Market in Denver. And there are definitely some noticeable differences. Not that one city is necessarily better or worse than the other. But after spending 22 years in one city and then moving...

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Platte River, Commons Park, Walking Denver, Mindy Sink, Outdoor Retailer

Exploring the History of the Platte River

Welcome to Outdoor Retailer Summer Market Day 0! We are (im)patiently waiting for the Demo Experience to begin in just a few short hours in Commons Park, where we will be checking out the latest water sports gear, trying out some new snacks, and hopefully...

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alpine start, Wilderness Press

How to Get Excited for an Alpine Start

3 a.m. Alarm going off. Groan at ungodly hour. Reconsider life choices. Reconsider waking up and running. No. Must go run. Ugh. Slide out of bed. Struggle into clothes set out enthusiastically the night before. Stupid idea. Running is stupid. Sit down to put on socks....

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Why Guidebooks are Better Than Geotags, Wilderness Press

Why Guidebooks are Better Than Geotags

Leave No Trace recently released their new social media guidelines, asking outdoor enthusiasts to pause for a moment to think about the impact their social media post may have on the lands we love. The first guideline is "Tag thoughtfully," referring to the geotags (a link...

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