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Bikepacking With Young Kids

Bikepacking With Young Kids What do you think about when you hear "Bikepacking"? A long, fast, enduring adventure? Something remote and challenging? Maybe even a bit dangerous? This is what I had in mind too, and if you’re like me, this combination of expectations doesn't include kids, especially not young ones. Before calling me crazy, I want to introduce another way: Bikepacking with (young) kids.

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The Best Teacher is Experience: Managing Anxiety as a Solo Female Hiker

The Best Teacher is Experience: Managing Anxiety as a Solo Female Hiker by Rebecca Sperry
Hiking has been a way of life for me, for over six years now. Looking back at everything that I’ve accomplished over the last six years, the over two-thousand miles that I’ve hiked solo, hiking almost 50% of the trails in The White Mountains, and most recently, hiking through cancer treatment, I find myself in awe of where I started compared to where I am. 

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Drum Roll, Please....Best Day On The Trail 2020 Contest Winners

Drum Roll, Please....Best Day On The Trail 2020 Contest Winners

During the first half of April 2020, as we were all starting to conform the life under the "shelter in place" order due to the COVID-19 outbreak; we ran a little contest:

We asked you to send us stories about your best day on the trail from 2019, so we can all get a little inspiration. We had a host of stories that were really great to read. After many internal debates (we were not allowed to share our opinions with each other), we have selected 3 winning stories. 

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