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  1. Northstar Rising

    Bell Canoes are back under the new name of, Northstar, and they're as timeless, classic and durable as ever, perfect for the Boundary Waters.

  2. 4 Places to Watch Fireworks on the 4th

    The Fourth of July calls for fireworks, and luckily, Seattle has plenty of great viewing destinations, so that you can really feel patriotic.

  3. Why Flagstaff is a Biker's Paradise

    Flagstaff has always boasted a robust cycling community, and it's only getting better, as cycling takes off all around the country.

  4. Boom Town

    Charlotte's uptown is normally where most people go to watch fireworks for the 4th of July, but there are 5 places that are better....

  5. Birmingham’s Caver

    Aaaron Atz has been fascinated by caves since he was a very young child; now he is recognized as Birmingham's Caver.

  6. 4 Father's Day Hikes in the Smokies

    Check out the Insider's Guide to 4 Father's Day Hikes in the Smokies that will leave any father feeling fit and happy.

  7. Whipping in the Wind

    At the Lincoln City Kite Fest, kites of all kinds can be seen flying, floating, and whipping in the wind. The whole family will enjoy it.

  8. Trips for Kids

    Charlotte's Trips for Kids is a 3-part program that uses mountain biking as a way to prepare kids for active and successful lives.

  9. Bikes and Beer in Brevard

    Brevard, NC is starting to make a name for itself with breweries and bikes. With the introduction of Oskar Blues' new bike farm, it's only getting better.

  10. 6 Tips for Thru-Hiking the Palmetto Trail

    The Palmetto Trail is a footpath that spans the state of South Carolina. Many people enjoy thru-hiking this trail, and knowing these 6 tips will definitely help.

  11. Get Up, Stand Up, and Paddle

    In Jackson Hole, as well as in most other locales of the country, paddle boarding is taking off. So, "Get Up, Stand Up, and paddle."

  12. Longest Day of the Year, Least amount of Clothing

    Seattle celebrates the longest day of the year with the least amount of clothing at the Fremont Solstice Fair.

  13. No Salt, No Problem

    Lake Michigan is a surprisingly great surfing location, which means no salt, no problem; you'll still catch some nice fresh water waves.

  14. 5 of Boulder's Best Bike Adventures

    Colorado has a lot of great cycling routes, and here are 5 of Boulder's Best Bike Adventures.

  15. 3 Places to Watch the World Cup in Charleston

    When the World Cup rolls around, people take to their local pubs for beer & food. Here are 3 places to watch the World Cup in Charleston.

  16. 7 Places to Swim During the Drought in Northern California

    Northern California is in the midst of one of the most severe droughts in history, but you can still go swimming. Here, 7 places to dive in.

  17. Adrenaline and Adventure at Park City's Olympic Park

    Park City, Utah's Olympic Park has a wide range of adventure activities, including ziplines, bobsleds, and ropes courses. It's a wild place!

  18. Rate Your Birmingham Roots

    By Rating your Birmingham Roots, you will be entered to win an Osprey Hydration Pack and will help us decide the top trail destination in one of the country’s top upcoming outdoor towns.

  19. Desert Hiking in Arizona

    Who would want to visit the Arizona desert during the hot summer months? People who know about the crazy deals that exist here, of course.

  20. A Conversation with an Exum Mountain Guide

    Zahan Billimoria knew from an early age that he wanted to be a climbing guide, and the Tetons were the perfect place for him to do so.

  21. Windfest 2014

    The Columbia River Gorge is the windsurfing capital of the world, and as such, plays host to the annual Windfest.

  22. SUP With Sea Trek: A Pioneer in Bay Area Paddling Circles

    Sea Trek is a kayak and SUP company located in Richardson Bay that offers rentals and lessons for paddlers in the San Francisco Bay.

  23. 5 Charlotte Races Not to Miss this Summer

    Staying active can be tough, but here are 5 Charlotte races not to miss this summer if you have a desire to keep things new & interesting.

  24. Lost Photos from the Appalachian Trail

    One year ago, I set off on the greatest adventure of my life. To celebrate, my hiking partner sent me our lost photos from the Appalachian Trail.

  25. Three bike collectives that keep Chicago moving

    The Recyclery, Working Bikes, and West Town Bikes are three bike collectives that keep Chicago moving.

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