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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. 

Family Fun: Backpacking Ideas from Toddlers to Teens and Beyond

Family Fun: Backpacking Ideas from Toddlers to Teens and Beyond
Many young adult adventurers like to say they’ll never have kids because they want to be able to continue to live free and not get tied down. While it is possible that having children may slow you down or switch up the way you adventure, adventures definitely don’t have to stop if you do decide or have decided to have kids! 

Mudpons - Obsessed With Hiking in Mud

Mudpons - Obsessed With Hiking in Mud
Mudpons are mud traction devices for any shoes that offer unrivaled traction in mud and soft snow. In this blog post, Gilad tells their origin story, from dreaming them up on trail, piecing his own testers together, playing with rubber molding, to working with professional shoe designers to get the design just right.