70 More Best Places to Work

Duties: regular workouts, mandatory lunch hours, and the occasional rafting trip. Benefits: international adventure travel, personal training sessions, and sweet swag. These jobs really do exist.

New Belgium Brewing's Tasting Room (Photo: John Johnson/New Belgium Brewing)

The economy may still be in a slump, but that doesn't mean that that aren't great jobs out there for the taking. From a footwear manufacturer in California to a Montana-based bike tour organizer, these are 70 more of the best places to find your dream career.

31. OluKai
32. TaylorMade-Adidas Golf Company
33. TrainingPeaks
34. Colle+McVoy
35. Petzl America
36. C3 Presents
37. Geographic Expeditions
38. Red Frog Events
39. Spyderco
40. Renters Warehouse
41. Smith Optics
42. Leisure Trends Group
43. WildEarth Guardians
44. Coast Law Group
45. IslandWood
46. BUMP Network, Inc.
47. Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing
48. CamelBak Products
49. Avery Brewing Company
50. The Clymb
51. DryCase
52. Chesapeake Energy Corporation
53. Clearlink
54. First Green Bank
55. Full Sail Brewing Company
56. Backbone Media
57. NOLS
58. Amer Sports Winter & Outdoor
59. KEEN Footwear
60. Boa Technology
61. Quality Bicycle Products
62. Redspin, Inc.
63. The Republic of Tea
64. Vail Recreation District
65. Deckers Outdoor Corporation
66. Bonobos
67. Horny Toad Activewear Inc.
68. Brooks Sports
69. Europa Sports Products
70. Nixon
71. Parliament
72. Brunton Outdoor Group
73. Kiva Designs
74. Gazelle Sports
75. Pearl Izumi
76. Osprey Packs
77. Caldrea Company
78. Missy Farren & Associates
79. Adventure Life
80. Aspen Ski Company
81. Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners
82. Tendril
83. Outlaw Partners
84. Santa Cruz Bicycles
85. MiresBall
86. Patagonia
87. Osiris Shoes
88. Bern Unlimited
89. Adventure Cycling Association
90. Sterling-Rice Group
91. Haberman
92. Pitch
93. NatureBridge
95. SmartWool
96. Rite in the Rain
97. Aventura Clothing
98. Infinite Energy
99. Zozi
100. Trek Bicycle Corporation

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