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A Total Solar Eclipse from Strawberry Mountain, Oregon

When news of the 2017 total solar eclipse first hit mainstream media in Oregon, it spoke of people flying from as far as China and Japan to our little known […]

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Why You Should Hike Madeira in Europe

This is a guest post. I strive to only publish quality content from contributors, and will not publish anything I don’t agree with or do not think you, my readers, will […]

Grand Canyon: A Must Place to Visit

This is a guest post from fellow outdoor lover and blogger, Shawn Michaels.  IT’S ONE OF THE 7 NATURAL WONDERS OF THE WORLD Our planet is full of so much […]

Holiday Gift Guide for the Miss Adventure

2016 Holiday Gift Guide for the Miss Adventure in Your Life

Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you’re headed out tonight, braving the crowds tomorrow, or waiting for Cyber Monday to scratch a few items off your holiday gift list, you’ll want to have an […]

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Hacks For Your Pack: 7 Essential Hiking Tips To Keep Things Easy

Trust me, I know why you hike. You love being out in nature and you want to stay fit. Hiking is a great way to satisfy both essential human needs. […]

Hiking in Olympic National Park

Hiking in Olympic National Park: A Misadventure

“Look at those gorgeous lakes down there!” I pointed. Armando’s eyes followed my finger to the canyon below, above a waterfall and finally to two large mountain lakes nestled in […]

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Volcano Boarding Nicaragua

The Cerro Negro volcano just outside of Leon, Nicaragua is the country’s youngest and most active volcano. It erupts, on average, once every 12 years. The last time it blew […]

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Holiday Gift Guide for the Outdoor / Adventure Travel Addict

Snow flurries are barely starting to fall outside my window, which can only mean one thing. The holidays are upon us. I love this time of year, though I know […]

Lake Agnes, Colorado

9 Things To Do in Northern Colorado with Photos

With the change of every season, I get a rush of excitement. While others mourn the loss of sunny days and warm weather, I try to stay positive about the […]

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I Successfully Hiked My First of Colorado’s Fourteeners!

I Hiked My First Colorado Fourteener! Hiking a mountain of 14,000 feet in elevation seems to be something of a rite of passage for those who live in Colorado. These […]

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