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The (Many) Benefits of Running

Last updated on December 17th, 2021 We’ve heard it a thousand times, so we all know that exercise is good for us. Running, for example, keeps us nimble, burns calories and helps us feel good. But what kind of hard scientific data backs this up? How exactly does running benefit our physical and psychological well-being? […]

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How to Protect Your Dog From Rattlesnake Bites

You’re clomping along with your four-legged best friend down a sunny stretch of trail when, out of nowhere, you hear it—the shcka shcka shcka of a rattlesnake’s tail. The creature is sprawled across the length of the hiking path, and there’s no safe way around. It’s every pet owner’s worst nightmare. If a rattlesnake bites […]

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Can I Take Shiny Rocks Home with Me?

Dear Sundog: I’ve been obsessed with rocks since I was a kid. I’d walk riverbeds and shorelines with my head down, picking up everything that caught my eye and pocketing the ones that captured my imagination. I found a fossilized fern once in a layered stone in my favorite part of my home state. It […]

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Is Washington’s Cascade Loop the Most Beautiful Road Trip in America?

Along the Cascade Loop, you’ll see a little slice of all that makes Washington great: a series of mountain passes, rivers, and lakes that feel distinctly Pacific Northwestern. The roadway passes through the spiky summits of North Cascades National Park, past the fertile farmlands of the Skagit Valley and the apple orchards of Wenatchee, and […]

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Tips for Getting into Trail Running (or Taking It to the Next Level)

Professional ultrarunner and adidas TERREX athlete Abby Hall has made it to the top of running podiums around the world through hard work and an unwavering belief in herself. The Flagstaff, Arizona-based runner took second at the 2021 Canyons 100K, CCC in France, and at this year’s Transgrancanaria, to name just a few recent highlights. […]

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How the Water Filter Became an Affordable, Ultralight Backcountry Tool

Backpackers and hikers tend to take water filtration for granted: for $18, you can buy a straw-style filter that weighs less than two ounces, is small enough to stick in your pocket, and will provide safe drinking water from any stream, lake, or questionable puddle in the country. It’s nothing short of a miracle, however, […]

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4 Documentaries We Can’t Wait to See at the Mountainfilm Festival

Mountainfilm has been held in the heart of the San Juan Mountains every Memorial Day weekend for 44 years. The festival brings together athletes, filmmakers, and cinephiles to the picturesque town of Telluride, Colorado, to watch hundreds of the year’s best adventure films and attend talks with movers and shakers in the outdoor world (in […]

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Yes, It’s Possible to Find Affordable Adventuremobiles Right Now

A global pandemic. A war in Europe. Worldwide supply chain issues. A massive shortage of semiconductors and materials. Runaway inflation. Rogue protestors and Republican governors shutting down border crossings. Five-dollars-per-gallon gasoline. The market for cars and trucks has gone positively haywire. Vehicles are more expensive than ever—if you can find one. But even now, it […]

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