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Camp Recipe: Tofu Stir-Fry

Tofu stir fry plated

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 […]

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The Best Cycling Jackets for Commuting, Mountain Biking and More

Two cyclists pedal a remote paved road near a sparse forest under grey skies

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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Here’s the (Unexpected) Gear You Never Leave Behind

Big ticket gear like tents usually get all the attention. But we want to give some love to the little guys, the gear heros that you take on every adventure. My long-handled Sea to Summit Alpha Light spoon has seen thousands of trail miles (and even more calories, partly because it’s so good at getting […]

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Backpacking Recipe: Tuna Noodle Casserole

Complete tuna noodle casserole for backpacking

Crunchy fried onions, noodles in a creamy sauce, and protein-heavy tuna: enjoy a slice of classic Americana cooking in the backcountry with this Tuna Noodle Casserole. If the outdoors is your church, then this is what you should bring to the next potluck dinner! Tuna Noodle Casserole holds a special place within American comfort food, […]

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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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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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The Racers of the Longest Off-Road Cycling Race in the World

On the second Friday in June, cyclists from around the world will gather at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, for the 12th annual Grand Départ of the Tour Divide. Considered one of the original and most important races in ultra-endurance bikepacking, the Tour Divide is a competition for the […]

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I Went to an LGBTQ+ Camp. Here’s What Happened

Four people around a campfire in a dark night.

My parents were the type of middle class people who wanted to give their one and only child the kind of childhood they couldn’t have dreamt of when they were growing up. So they sent me to summer camp. Every summer, they followed their personal training clients from Manhattan to Martha’s Vineyard, cheering them on […]

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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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