Whether you’re a casual cyclist or take the sport seriously, a good cycling jacket can make the difference between an enjoyable ride and a miserable slog. Navigating the realm of cycling jackets can be difficult due to the amount of options available, and the right jacket for you depends on how you ride and your […]
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Fried tofu, sautéed veggies, and hearty rice all in one skillet. This dish is the epitome of a one pot wonder! You can use whatever protein you have on hand, but for this dish, we chose to go with tofu. On its own, tofu doesn’t have a lot of flavor. So we whipped up a […]
“Well, here goes,” she wrote in the trail register at the southern terminus of the Pacific Crest Trail. She second-guessed her vagueness, and her modesty. “To Canada!” she added, in tiny print, before walking north—alone. Sixty days, 17 hours, and 12 minutes later, on Aug. 7, 2013, Heather “Anish” Anderson would tag the marker at […]
Nearly every cyclist has a story of a stolen bike. Too often, that bike was left unlocked, locked up incorrectly or entrusted to a lock that was too easily defeated by thieves. And while it’s true that every lock can be broken, a good lock used properly can greatly reduce the chances it will be […]
Recipe: Queso Fundido Submitted by: Chelsea Hometown: Eugene, OR What do you love about this recipe? One of my favorite things about camping is sharing food, and I love making snacks to pass around! Whether you’re playing cards or chilling around the fire—or not camping at all—queso makes any night better. This is a meat-free […]
Creamy coconut milk, meaty shiitake mushrooms, and a medley of spices, this coconut curry ramen is a definite upgrade over the dollar store version. Instant ramen is great, but as a main meal out on the trail we find it to lack substance. After only an hour or two, we’re hungry again. That’s why we […]
The United States boasts nearly 1 million square miles of public lands—and, according to a 2015 report from the American Hiking Society, more than 235,000 miles of hiking trails snake through forests, ascend mountains, traverse prairies, hug lakes and more on state and federal lands. But none of that happens in a vacuum. For decades, […]
Editor’s note: Inventory can be unpredictable this year with COVID-19, so some of the items in this list might be temporarily out of stock when you read this guide. We’ll do our best to update it accordingly. Fitness trackers and watches do so much more now than count steps and track your distance, time and […]
Like many Coloradans, Ben Hanus was on a mission to bag some fourteeners. Unlike many Coloradans, his incentive to summit the 14,000-foot peaks wasn’t personal; it was about preservation. From 2011 to 2013, Hanus served as the sustainable trails coordinator for the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative (CFI), a role that led him up 42 of the […]
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