A Fresh Look at the Pacific Crest Trail

For decades the Wilderness Press Pacific Crest Trail guidebooks have been helping hikers navigate the PCT, and this year we’re releasing fully updated full-color guidebooks. Not only are these books beautiful, but they are also super detailed and handy to have. They are for sale...

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Timp, 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Salt Lake City

Best Peaks to Bag in Salt Lake City

As the snow slowly melts on the peaks of the highest mountains and wildflowers start to bloom, we get that summertime itch to start climbing. Peak bagging. Celebratory summits. Mountains for breakfast. We want it all. And despite being known more for skiing, Salt Lake City...

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How to Tidy Up Your Gear Closet

Whether you're still digging out from snowstorms, begrudgingly battling mud season, dodging rainstorms, or enjoying the pre-summer sun, the calendar has officially turned over to spring. Which means it's time for everyone's annual spring cleaning. And this year, thanks to Marie Kondo and her Netflix show...

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Why You Should Plan an Inn-to-Inn Hike in California

Distance walking, particularly inn-to-inn hikes, has always been popular among those who appreciate going on a pilgrimage. The popularity has increased significantly however over the past few years as people yearn to escape their hectic urban lives and find a deeper connection to nature. If you're...

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A Fork in the Trail, Laurie Ann March, crepe recipes, camping breakfast recipes

Friday Foods – Maple Peach Crepes with Custard

 You’ll turn heads with this completely decadent breakfast from A Fork in the Trail that is surprisingly easy to make. It makes a great dessert too. Maple Peach Crepes with Custard Makes 6-8 servings For the Crepes 1/4 cup nonfat powdered milk 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon white sugar 1 tablespoon...

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