Hiking and Backpacking
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How to Choose the Right Backpack
A Mother’s Loss and a Grueling Race to Process the Pain
Dropping the Localism: Outsiders Are Welcome
A PSA on How to Recreate Outdoors During These Times
Life as One of the Last Fire Lookouts
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An Adaptive Athlete and Her Home Mountain
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Celebrating LGBTQ People in the Outdoors
A Father and Son Process Grief on a Walk
5 Moves for Increased Flexibility
How to Break in New Hiking Boots
Quick Tips to Avoid Getting Lost Outside
You Should Make Your Own Maps. Here’s How.
New Rules for Hiking with an Off-Leash Dog
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How to Teach Your Dog to Come
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How to Re-Waterproof Your Rainjacket
Hiker with Cerebral Palsy Completes the Pacific Crest Trail
“On that first day, as the temperatures rose, I quickly realized the next 139 days would test my resolve. I knew I'd face resistance along the way, but over the years, I've grown accustomed to opposition.” Wesley Trimble was born with a mild form of cerebral palsy that affected the motor control on the right half of his body, but he refused to let that diagnosis define his life as evidenced by his decision to hike more than 2,600 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail. In this video, Trimble takes us with him from Mexico to Canada, facing the challenges of the trail and appreciating every moment.