What To Do When You Encounter Wildlife

Recently, a video of a moose chasing skiers at Breckenridge Resort went viral. While the video itself was pretty entertaining to watch, I was very thankful to see the original post had a warning about how dangerous and moody moose can be. Having had a close encounter with a moose during a backcountry backpacking trip […]

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Grandma Gatewood: The First Female Thru Hiker of the Appalachian Trail

Courage is often required of us in order to conquer challenges or achieve life goals. Outdoor enthusiasts are no strangers to this idea. To ski down a steep hill, climb up a rock face, and even pitch a tent in the wilderness can be risky. Sometimes, the risks are worth taking to achieve a feeling […]

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Tips For Your First Time on the Slopes

First impressions are important. A good first day at the slopes can determine if you have a love for skiing or snowboarding or a fear of tumbling down an icy cold hill at a fast speed that will keep you off the slopes for a good long while. Skiing and Snowboarding can be intimidating or […]

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SkiMums of SnowBird

We’d like to share with all you rad Moms and readers out there a feature about a group of inspiring Moms (and other women, too) who decided that at least one day a week, they needed to give themselves something and in doing so, they have changed their lives for the better. Meet the SkiMums […]

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Have you Heard of these Winter Sports?

When we hear winter sports we instantly think of snowboarding, skiing, ice skating, curling, and ice hockey.  These sports require freezing temperatures, ice, and snow. However, have you ever heard of Snowkiting, Winter Biathlon, or Ice Sailing?  These sports are more popular internationally, however… but for the love of winter, we all should know about […]

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