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  1. Sunday in Santa Barbara

    Here, we share insider tips to enjoying Sunday in Santa Barbara with local art, bike rides along the beach, and fresh tacos.

  2. Turpin Meadow Ranch: Jackson's First Destination Nordic Skiing Spot

    Opened by former Olympians, Turpin Meadow Ranch provides people with Jackson's first destination nordic skiing spot and incredible meals.

  3. Carolina Thread Trail

    Over 1500 miles long, the Carolina Thread Trail is a project that is improving the lives of cyclers, hikers, & runners throughout Carolina.

  4. Mountain Goat Kids Trail Race Series

    The Mountain Goat Kids Trail Race Series allows parents and children in the Denver area to bond and pushes kids to dig deep.

  5. Portland's Spring Beer and Wine Fest

    Portland's Spring Beer and Wine Fest is the city's leap from months of cold and rain into the warm weather and festive culture of summer.

  6. 30 Days of Biking

    30 Days of Cycling was founded in Minneapolis to motivate local riders to make a pledge to ride every day in April.

  7. Harbor Seal Sanctuary

    Shirley Judy, a local photographer, captured the birth of a seal pup at the Harbor Seal Sanctuary in Carpinteria last month.  Though witnessing a seal birth from the overlook is rare, late winter and early spring marks the time to look out for fresh...

  8. Dawson Wheeler & Rock/Creek Outfitters

    Dawson Wheeler, co-founder of Rock/Creek Outfitters in Chattanooga, relays the history of one of the country's premier outdoor retailers.

  9. Dawn Patrol: The Morning Ritual of Backcountry Skiers

    Dawn Patrolling, a backcountry morning ritual, means rising early to skin thousands of vertical feet before skiing down in time for work.

  10. Local Legends: Honoring Jackson Hole’s Best Skiers

    It’s surprising it’s taken a valley as ski-centric as Jackson Hole this long to get a ski hall of fame, but these local legends deserve recognition.

  11. Santa Barbara International Film Festival Opens

    With 190 films and 24 world premiers, the Santa Barbara International Film Festival is a cornucopia of entertainment and discovery.

  12. Paul Puckett

    Paul Puckett, a Charleston artist and entrepreneur on the unique culture of art and fishing in the low-country.

  13. Austin’s Kid-Friendly, Easy Outdoor Strolls

    A sampling of top Austin sites that offer outdoor recreation at a relaxed pace, are kid-friendly, and are absolutely beautiful and fun for everyone.

  14. Ben Colvin

    After graduating from Montana with a degree in Environmental Psychology and Politics, Ben Colvin is spearheading Wild South.

  15. Charlie Williams

    I run to find out how fast I can be. I run to find out how tough I am. An interview with one of Seattle's finest distance runners.

  16. 2014 USA XC Championships

    The nation's best cross-country runners descend on a cold and muddy Boulder, CO for a shot at national championship glory.

  17. Breakfast on the Bridges: A Beloved Portland Biking Tradition

    Breakfast on the Bridges is a longtime Portland tradition, and you have to be on your bike or foot to partake.

  18. Sitting Down with Alison Tetrick: A Model Pro

    Well-known in Marin County as the blazing fast blonde cyclist always buzzing past you, Alison Tetrick is also known on the world scene.

  19. Snow Motion

    Fat Bikes are the perfect way to explore Minneapolis during its long, snowy winters.

  20. Chasing 500 Waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest: An Interview with Tim Burke

    In 2013, Portland hiker Tim Burke and his girlfriend, made it their goal to see 500 waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest.

  21. A Day at Keystone Nordic Center

    With snowshoe tracks, groomed tracks for skate and classic skiing, and even a tubing hill, Keystone Nordic Center has something for all.

  22. Brady Kappius: ProCyclist Turned Entrepreneur

    At 26, Brady Kappius has been a professional mountain biker for team Clif Bar, and now he's setting his sights on entrepreneurship.

  23. Mountain Air Sports

    Mountain Air Sports opened its doors in 1980, and has been guiding people to Santa Barbara's incredible outdoor opportunities ever since.

  24. Chilly Hilly

    Organized by the Cascade Bicycle Club, thousands of cyclists converge on Bainbridge Island for a 33-mile ride, followed by free hot chili.

  25. Ocean Futures Society

    Based in Santa Barbara, the Ocean Futures Society is a non-profit dedicated to protecting the ocean through education.

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