Katie Arnold (@raisingrippers) is a freelance journalist and editor who writes Raising Rippers for Outside online. She lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with her husband, two young daughters, and puppy Pete.
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Seven camps working to expand access to the places we love most.
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The travel tactics and tools you need to make it happen.
Just because they have lacrosse practice doesn't mean your outdoor adventures have to take one for the team.
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How the National Winter Activity Center is trying to raise the next generation of skiers.
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