The Whole Enchilada is a classic mountain bike trail in Moab, Utah. Let this breezy edit take you away to 27.5 miles of sweet singletrack down 8,000 feet of descent. Watch as mountain biker Luke Strobel rips the line on M Series rims from Enve Composites. The post Watch: MTB Moab Classic ‘The Whole Enchilada’ appeared … Continue reading Watch: MTB Moab Classic ‘The Whole Enchilada’
The following blog post Winter Gear Giveaway! was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon October 31, 2017 at 01:54PM [contact-form-7] Rules and Regulations: Prize must be redeemed within 1 year of winning date. Date subject to change. One entry per person. One winner per household. Sweepstakes open only to legal residents of the 48 contiguous … Continue reading You Can Read Winter Gear Giveaway!
On our sweeping landscapes our wild animals are being hunted to extinction for meat, ivory or medicinal products. In our vast oceans, industrial fishing boats are clearing out entire populations of fish and marine animals to keep up with the ever increasing demand for food. The destruction of our natural habitats is the major contributing … Continue reading A Look Into “The Butterfly Effect” By WAN’s South African Correspondent:
Despite being the U.S. national mammal, bison have tragically been hunted to near extinction more than one hundred years ago. Since being reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park they are nowhere near their once historic numbers. Sadly, as per Care2, they may not be safe for long. Federal, state, and tribal officials overseeing the Interagency Bison Management … Continue reading Signatures Needed NOW To Stop Culling Of Up To 1,250 Yellowstone Bison!
Tour professional photographer Chris Burkard’s van. He designed the custom-made rig to be the best photography vehicle on the road. The van conversion company Advanture created this film that details Burkard’s van and home conversion. The post Ultimate Photo Travel Vehicle: Chris Burkard Vanlife appeared first on GearJunkie. from GearJunkie http://ift.tt/2ikgyBZ
Fred Beckey, a prolific North American climber, author, and mountaineer passed away Monday at 94. He left behind hundreds of first ascents and legions of admirers among the rock climbing community. Fred Beckey; photo by Dave O Leske Beckey left behind a legacy of ascents that inspired generations of climbers. Pick up any guidebook on … Continue reading Climbing Community Remembers Mountaineering Legend Fred Beckey
The following blog post Farewell From the Road was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon October 31, 2017 at 07:00AM It seems like a lifetime ago since we quit our jobs, packed our bags, and hit the road to become the Live Outside and Play road team. We weren’t sure what to expect when we originally … Continue reading You Can Read Farewell From the Road
The following blog post My Dog Sleeps All Day — Is It Normal? was originally published to Dogsteron October 31, 2017 at 08:00AM Have you ever watched your dog napping — yet again — and thought, “my dog sleeps all day”? You’re not alone. One (of the many!) awesome things about dogs is that they get … Continue reading You Can Read My Dog Sleeps All Day — Is It Normal?
Remy Comet and Fern “The Killer Bees” Bentley “The Cutest Con” Sidney and Copper “Fierce Dragons” Beamer, Vespa and Scooter The House of Pants! Dug “Count Dugula” Izzy “Pumpkin Princess” Nicki and Turner “Maid Marion and Robin Hood, The Corgis of Sherwood Forest” Penny “Roger Rabbit” … Continue reading Happy Corgi-ween!
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Pods are cuben fiber packing cubes that fit perfectly into Hyperlite’s backpacks Hyperlite Mountain Gear makes small and large packing pods which are the ultralight equivalent of the luggage packing cubes that people use to pack travel bags. They’re U-shaped to fit snugly into Hyperlite’s backpacks and can be used in place … Continue reading Hyperlite Mountain Gear Packing Pods Review