Gifts for van-dwellers, Wilderness Press

Gifts for the Van-Dweller in Your Life

If you're into any outdoor activity, chances are pretty high that you have a friend or acquaintance or two who live in a van. Or maybe you're that someone. Either way, you need to get a physical address for people who live the #vanlife, and...

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How to cut down a Christmas tree, Wilderness Press

How to Cut Down a Christmas Tree

The calendar has turned the page to December, which means that now it's officially the holiday season (looking at you, early decorators!). As with everything else, we support shopping local when it comes to bringing home a Christmas tree. If you're lucky enough to live near a national...

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Things to do Instead of Hiking in Trinity Alps This Winter

The Trinity Alps region is a beautiful place for winter recreation, a destination for hikers, cross-country skiers, snowboarders, and snowshoers. Except for this year. In the summer of 2018, while our new edition of Trinity Alps & Vicinity by Mike White was in production, sparks from the rim of a...

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A Fork in the Trail, Laurie Ann March, camping recipes, camping pie recipes, s'mores pie

How to Have Thanksgiving Dinner While Camping

We are big proponents of spending Thanksgiving on the trails. Well, to be honest, we're big proponents of spending every day on the trails. But especially holidays.And we're not talking about skipping Thanksgiving—we mean going all-out and having a feast in the forest! Traditional Thanksgiving fare...

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Mount Morrison, Wilderness Press, Denver hiking, Outdoor Retailer

Go Bag This Denver Peak During Outdoor Retailer

Outdoor Retailer alumni know the drill for the upcoming week—we all come to Outdoor Retailer for meetings and to write orders and check out new gear and attend education sessions and breakfasts and happy hours. We spend most of our time inside or right near...

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Halloween, Wilderness Press

The Scariest Things That Can Happen on a Hike

Halloween is here! If you frighten easily, that means all the ghosts and goblins will soon disappear for another year. Or will they? Every day can be Halloween in the woods if you encounter some of these terrifying tricks on the trail. Lose cell phone service You get...

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