Category Archives: Native

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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The Satellites Powering Epic Adventures Around the World

We all love disconnecting for a good backcountry adventure—no cellphones, emails, or texts, only the sounds of nature. But staying connected for emergencies is always the safest option, especially when our adventures take us to far-flung places hours away from civilization. Satellite devices, such as the Garmin InReach Mini and ZOLEO Satellite Communicator, are well […]

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The Sustainable Travel Guide To Colorado’s Best Summer Adventures

Although Colorado is an amazing place to adventure year-round, the entire state comes to life in the summertime. Whether you’re unplugging in the wilderness, relaxing in a quaint mountain town, or soaking in vibrant urban cultures, Colorado is the perfect place for summer fun. Eco-conscious communities and businesses across the state make it easy to […]

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Outfitters’ Picks for 10 Unforgettable Southern Utah Adventures

Utah’s backcountry is as wild and diverse as they come. Whether it’s your first visit or you’re coming back to explore lesser-known areas, a local guide can help distill must-experience adventures for your trip. Local guides around Utah know how to avoid or navigate the crowds, get to scenic views you might not have found […]

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Runner Carolyn Su Creates Space for People of Color to Feel at Home in the Sport

The Limitless series is presented in partnership with Under Armour Like many runners, Carolyn Su was initially drawn to the sport as a form of exercise. Su was in college and had been struggling with an eating disorder. At the time, “I just needed to monitor calories in versus calories out,” she says. “It wasn’t […]

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How to Eat (Clean) Like an Alaskan

The Salmon Sisters—Claire Neaton and Emma Laukitis—grew up fishing the waters of Alaska on their family’s commercial fishing boats. From the Aleutian Islands to the Copper River Delta and Prince William Sound, they spend their summers discovering the magic of the Alaskan wilderness and respectfully harvesting wild seafood from its pristine waters. Over their years […]

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