June 12, 2019

Campworthy: Grab Bag Energy Bites

Making Campworthy energy bites

Recipe 1: Grab Bag Bites Submitted by: Brenda Hometown: Anchorage, AK What do you love about this recipe? Let’s be honest: plain trail mix gets so boring. I love this recipe because you can modify it to your likeness. Don’t like peanuts? Don’t add ‘em. Want a 9 to 10 ratio of chocolate? Do it. These […]

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June 12, 2019

Daniel: A Cyclist with TBI Making a Difference

Daniel suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury as a child but that hasn't stopped him from riding his bike and making a difference in his community.

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June 12, 2019

Daniel: A Cyclist with TBI Making a Difference

Daniel suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury as a child but that hasn't stopped him from riding his bike and making a difference in his community.

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June 11, 2019

What Is a Hammock Underquilt and How Do You Use One?

Hammock underquilts are the best way to stay warm during cold campouts.

If you’ve grown to love hanging out in your hammock, perhaps you’ve contemplated sleeping overnight in your outdoor cocoon. Two obvious needs for overnight comfort are bug netting and a rain tarp, which you can buy separately or may come included as parts of a hammock tent system. One often overlooked issue, though, is how […]

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June 11, 2019

Video: Local Loam – Puerto Rico

Every now and then, unique opportunities to visit special, far-off riding destinations pop into my inbox. This time, it's Puerto Rico!!

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June 11, 2019

How to Travel Through the Desert Like a Pro

Tarp tent set up in the desert, short rocky mountains behind.

The desert creates a sense of awe with its gravity-defying rock formations, ancient cultural artifacts and endless expanse of life living on the edge. However, the desert can also be an unforgiving place. Many uninitiated visitors find themselves in a hostile environment caked in dust and dirt, and filled with challenge. I sat down with […]

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June 11, 2019

The Best Snack Hacks for Any Outdoor Adventure

Snack Hacks for Any Outdoor Adventure

Few things inspire as much passion as adventure snacks. They’re a great way to motivate and reward yourself, friends and kids during your outdoor adventures. We asked REI employees and members how they get creative with trail snacks and they delivered. Use these ideas to spice up your next outdoor excursion, or to come up […]

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June 11, 2019

My Kids Turned Me Into an Electric Bike Convert

When my oldest child, Nora, now 4, was an infant, I was adamant that having a baby wouldn’t prevent me from riding my bike around town like I’d always done pre-kids. I live in Tahoe City, California, a lakefront mountain town with stellar bike paths. Our summer traffic can be thick, so riding a bike […]

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June 10, 2019

LGBTQ+ Adventurers, In Their Own Words

According to a recent Gallup poll, the percentage of American adults identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender rose to 4.5 percent in 2017, up from 3.5 percent in 2012, when Gallup began tracking the measure. Although the outdoors plays an important role in their lives, many LGBTQ+ adults don't see themselves represented in the […]

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