Let’s talk about geotagging

But first, I invite you to check your current opinions (read: ego) on geotagging. Just shelve ‘em for a moment, hit the pause button, give yourself 10 minutes of reading and considering before you interject with a “well, actually…” Here’s the thing … [Read more...]

How to Organize a Group Camping Trip

After a mundane year, a break becomes imperative. Well, a break could be a flamboyant tour to some fancy place or simple camping for a  brief period. You can go for solo-camping trips to disconnect yourself from the stressful life which you get … [Read more...]

Outdoor Camping is Life Lived Well

Do you ever wake up and decide that you and your family need to experience the outdoor wilderness? Immediately, you begin to search for some pretty cool uncharted territory. Something not too dangerous, but challenging enough to test everyone’s … [Read more...]

Advocacy Toolkit: Vote The Outdoors in 2018

If I could urge people to take just one action for outdoor advocacy in 2018, it would be to vote. In the last year, we’ve witnessed the dismantling of national monuments, erasure and denial of our planet’s climate change crisis, attacks … [Read more...]

Introducing your kids to nature the right way

Many parents are keen to instill a love and appreciation for nature in their children, but our city-bound lifestyles don’t always give us much opportunity to do so! When you’re thinking about taking your next family vacation, however, is an … [Read more...]

How to Camp Comfortably in Your Car

Source There are many reasons people decide to camp in their car, from the weather not being permitting enough to stay outside, to giving the kids a first-time experience camping before doing it outside, or some choose to adapt their car space and … [Read more...]

Make Your Camping Memorable

Away is a place where it’s not about the money you squander, but the moments you share. It is your responsibility to choose and decide what to do to ease off your stress and get away being relieved. To my opinion, I would suggest an outdoor … [Read more...]

5 Things You Have to Try When Traveling Around North America

Despite the many uncertainties and changes to regulations, the United States – and North America in general – is still a very fascinating place to visit. You will find some of the friendliest people, great landscapes to explore, and more than enough … [Read more...]

The Great Outdoors – 5 Ways to Camp it Up in Style

Source: Pexels Ah, camping: whether you’re planning a solo trip, a romantic excursion or a weekend with the kids and dog in tow, noone can deny the peace and quiet that comes with living amongst nature, if only for a night or two. That being said, … [Read more...]

5 Camping Trips to Take at Least Once in a Lifetime

So you like camping and you have been to your local campgrounds a few times but maybe you want to explore something bigger. You want to see a place that has amazing scenery and beautiful landscapes. We have you covered. Below, you are going to read … [Read more...]

5 Gorgeous Mountains to Conquer in Asia

So you are an avid hiker and a person who loves the outdoors. You have probably climbed mountains around your area or while on vacation, but what about those overseas? Asia is full of great mountains to hike that are challenging and beautiful. In … [Read more...]

Outdoorist Guide to Glacier National Park

I spent a week in Glacier National Park–my first time there–and just, whoa. Montana has a reputation for being one of the last wild frontiers, and this parcel of public land is a true testament to that. My experience felt particularly charmed. It was … [Read more...]

Bahia Honda: Camping in the Florida Keys

The journey from Miami to the Keys will forever be one of my favorite road trips. My little car, windows down, skipping across tiny islands like a river rock hopping across flat water. Salty air rustling my hair into a knotted mess, sunshine warming … [Read more...]

Trail Running Florida: The Overseas Highway Heritage Trail

“North, or south?” Alex asked as we neared the end of the dirt road stretch. I took a deep gulp of humid air, trying to keep my breath while surveying the options ahead. We had just pulled over after finding a dirt road on Long Point Key. Our detour … [Read more...]

That time we went to Moab on a Monday.

From my leather journal. (With new thoughts sprinkled in while I transcribe.)  3/20 Note: Please excuse any bumps and inky bruises on this page; I’m driving. Well, Brody is driving. We just turned off the highway at Crescent Junction, on our … [Read more...]

The outdoors, escapism, and selling hamburgers

Good morning, Cleveland National Forest As I pass the one month mark since Burger Bench has opened, my urge to have an outdoor adventure has increased incredibly. The restaurant has been very successful, beyond what we could have hoped for. Our … [Read more...]

Celebrating 27 – City to Creek to Camp to Climb

The week approaching my 27th birthday was, frankly, a bit humdrum. I had been so busy with ‘life‘ and work that I hardly even registered it was my birthday week until someone else pointed it out. “Oh well, 27 isn’t a big … [Read more...]

Hit the Trails and Become a Weekday Warrior

I never thought I would become a weekend warrior. In fact, I spent years dedicated to a pursuit of a lifestyle where “weekend warrior” does not apply. But here I am, working 40 hours a week and regulating much of my outdoor time to the way-too-short … [Read more...]

Wilderness Douchebag Identification System

Every outdoor adventure attracts some type of douchebag that challenges everything you find sacred about the wilderness. This guide won’t help you handle yourself in such situations but it will help you identify the type of douchebags that you may … [Read more...]