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Loving Our Public Lands at Outdoor Retailer

In one short month, Wilderness Press will once again be heading to Salt Lake City for Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. While we’re stoked, as always, to check out all the latest gear, show off our new guidebooks, and see all our partners and friends, Summer...

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Tom Winnett, Wilderness Press 50th Anniversary

Tom Winnett—The Father of Wilderness Press

It’s only fitting that the story of a publishing company’s humble beginnings starts with a man who had a love for both the written word and the wilderness. It’s a comforting thought when, at times, it feels like everyone is so power-hungry and money-driven. The...

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We Keep It Wild with the Conservation Alliance

If you’re in any way involved in the outdoors industry, you’ve probably heard of the Conservation Alliance. They’re the ones working tirelessly, day in and day out, to protect threatened land. As an outdoor guidebook company, working with the Conservation Alliance to help preserve the wild...

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Gilmore Girls on the PCT, Laura Randall, Wilderness Press, The Pacific Crest Trail Guide

A Gilmore Girl Hikes the Pacific Crest Trail?

This summer’s Netflix revival of Gilmore Girls held a plot twist that many didn’t see coming. In the third of four episodes, Lorelei, the hip, pop-culture-loving mom of the popular WB series, announces she’s heading to California to “do Wild” and hike the Pacific Crest...

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It All Started with a High-Altitude Cocktail Party

Hang onto your party hats and hiking boots—2017 is the 50th anniversary of Wilderness Press! In this digital world full of apps, we are the elusive silver fox of the outdoor publishing world—darting in and out of the trees, climbing mountains, swimming in alpine lakes, and...

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100 Years of the National Park Service

In August, America celebrated one of the greatest birthdays of all (in our opinion)—the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. We are so fortunate to have protected places like these. [caption id="attachment_3963" align="alignnone" width="640"] Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited park in the...

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SoCal Wildfires and the Pacific Crest Trail

Detours and trail closures are nothing new for hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail, but disaster hit especially hard this June. California wildfires swept through two separate areas around the famous Mexico-to-Canada trail, closing stretches of it for more than a week near the Mexican...

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Natural Phenomena as Rare as Leap Day

Despite occurring every four years, Leap Day seems as mysterious and elusive as a glimpse of Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster. In honor of having had 24 more hours last month to enjoy the outdoors, here are some natural phenomena that boggle the mind and...

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