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  1. Fly Fishing in Portland

    Fly Fishing in Portland is about to be much more accessible with the launch of Patagonia's Simple Fly Fishing Kit.

  2. Roanne Miller

    Roanne Miller & Grassroots Outdoor Alliance are demonstrating the incredible value of a united group of independently-owned local retailers.

  3. Spring Hiking in the Blue Ridge With Jennifer Pharr Davis

    Jennifer Pharr Davis holds the record for fastest thru hike of the Appalachian Trail. She sits down to talk about spring hiking in Asheville

  4. Winter Wrap-Up: Transitioning to Warm-Weather Fun in Jackson Hole

    After a truly epic winter, Jackson Hole is turning it's attention to summer. But first, there's one last celebration of winter at JHMR.

  5. Grand Teton Climbing Giveaway

    Rock/Creek, Marmot, & Exum Mtn Guides are partnering in a Grand Teton Climbing Giveaway. One couple will win the experience of a lifetime.

  6. Charleston Trails & Taps

    Charleston Trails and Taps is an insider's guide to the best local breweries to drink a beer after spending a day on Charleston's trails.

  7. Fly Fishing in Denver

    With the release of the Simple Fly Fishing Kit from Patagonia, newcomers to fly fishing in Denver have more access to this beautiful sport

  8. Ironman in April

    Minnesota Ironman bike tour 2014

  9. The River Gorge Trail Race

    The River Gorge Trail Race in Chattanooga, part of the Salomon Rock/Creek Race Series would not be possible without great volunteers.

  10. Fly Fishing Made Easy In Seattle

    Inspired by traditional Japanese fly-fishing, Patagonia is launching a new product for tenkara fly-fishing.  Tenkara, meaning “from heaven” or “from the skies” evokes the meditative tone often associated with fly-fishing.  Its minimalist form is app...

  11. Portland

    The only thing better than a city with endless outdoor opportunities is a city with just as many bars and breweries. Luckily for everyone, 

  12. Try Fly

    In April, Patagonia will launch Try Fly for Simple Fly Fishing in Minneapolis, geared toward teaching people how to learn the sport.

  13. Cider Rite of Spring Festival

    The Cider Rite of Spring Festival is helping further establish Portland, Oregon as the nation's number one locale for grown-up beverages.

  14. Bridge Bound: Navigating the Bay Bridge Path

    Bike the Bay Bridge Path with this insider's guide to enjoying the stunning span of the Bay Bridge on bike.

  15. Jackson Hole's Intensive Camp to Help You Get Into Ski Mountaineering

    Exum Mountain Guides has launched the Live to Ski camp. Here's everything you need to know about it to get started with ski mountaineering.

  16. Spider Lily Blooms

    The most distinct reminder for Charlotte residents that summer is on the way is the spider lily blooms in South Carolina's Catawba River.

  17. Charlotte Dog Parks

    Charlotte Dog Parks: With an abundance of dog-friendly bars & parks, Charlotte is edging toward the most dog-friendly city in the southeast.

  18. Bo Bikes Bama

    On April 19, Bo Jackson returns for the third annual Bo Bikes Bama, a charity road ride that raises money for tornado relief in Alabama.

  19. Kurt Schwabe: Completing the 330-Mile Bay Trail in 30 Days

    Kurt Schwabe made it his goal to walk the 33-mile Bay Trail in 30 days. Read about his story.

  20. Trail Work Parties

    Preserving and constructing the Northwest’s trails with Washington Trails Association's work trail parties is a great way to give back.

  21. The Yarnbomber

    This is a fascinating story about the Yarnbomber of Santa Barbara, who, in Cristo tradition, is bringing a new art to life in Santa Barbara.

  22. Rafting in Colorado's High Country

    With snowmelt from the mountains whitewater rafting in Colorado is a thrilling experience.

  23. Plunging into the Unknown: Steve Fisher & The Grand Inga Project

    Steve Fisher, iconic kayaker and 2013 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, was in Chattanooga recently for the screening of his “The Grand Inga Project” film at the Lookout Film Festival.

  24. Preserving the Freedom of Climbing in Colorado Springs

    With the incredible beauty of Garden of the Gods and Red Rock Canyon, the preservation of rock climbing in Colorado Springs is high priority.

  25. Coastal Climbing

    Charleston is known for many things, however big walls aren't one of them. Until now. Coastal Climbing brings climbing to the lowcountry.

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