Upgrade your standard bowl of oats for this delicious apple quinoa on your next backpacking trip. Sometimes it’s nice to switch things up. Instant oatmeal has been a staple of ours on so many trips that it's now the de-facto breakfast. What are we going to eat this morning? The same thing we eat every […]
If it’s soft, comfy, snuggly, toasty or warm, find it in this gift guide. Our staffers dished their favorite cozy gifts for the holiday season. Cabiniste Down Booties Never hear your friend complain of cold tootsies again. Like sleeping bags for your feet, these down booties from Cabiniste are stuffed with duck down (certified to […]
While some people are gift-giving machines, effortlessly selecting the perfect products months before the holiday season begins, some of us need a little help. Fear not. Our favorite gifts under $50 are sure to impress everyone on your list. Hydro Flask Standard-Mouth Water Bottle with Flex Cap – 24 fl. oz. By now we […]
In early August, 10 days, two hours and 48 minutes after setting out from the start line in Burgas, Bulgaria, 24-year-old German Fiona Kolbinger rolled into Brest, France, to win the seventh edition of the Transcontinental Race, one of the world’s premier self-supported, ultra-endurance cycling competitions. Kolbinger didn’t just top the women’s category. She won […]
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For some folks, wandering ridgelines, gazing at the stars and brewing cowboy coffee at sunrise are part and parcel of a normal weekend. And those adventurers—who already have a closet full of gear—are often the hardest to shop for. That’s why this holiday season, we’ve rounded up our favorite gifts that are sure to get […]
Mushroom caps filled with savory goodness, these stuffed mushrooms are a tasty late-season camping or Thanksgiving appetizer. While we don’t always have the foresight to make them ourselves, we are eternally grateful to anybody who makes a proper appetizer. Not only does an appetizer really class up an evening, but makes the pre-dinner prep feel […]
The air is colder, the days are shorter and the leaves are changing colors. Take the cue and do some routine maintenance on your bike so you can keep riding through the winter. Slop, snow, frost, dirt and general dampness will do a lot more to your rig than make it dirty. Ignore them and […]
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Smoky, spicy, and completely vegetarian, this tempeh chili is a protein-powered and steeped in smoky adobo sauce and spicy poblano peppers. As we enter into the chili time of year (see: winter), we find ourselves searching for a new take on the old classic. While most vegetarian chili recipes bulk up on protein by adding […]