10 Nonprofits Working To Protect The Natural Areas You Love

As an outdoor adventurer, I see the impact humans have on the environment first hand. But it’s not all bad news bears! There are plenty of local, national, and global organizations working to protect our parks and wildlands so we can continue to explore and keep our Earth healthy. Check out my article on The Outbound Collective to… Read More 10 Nonprofits Working To Protect The Natural Areas You Love

The Top 20 U.S. Colleges For Outdoor Adventurers

Do you dream of shredding powder, live for the challenge of climbing a tough pitch, or love taking risks navigating class III rapids? Or do you prefer basking in the sunshine, learning the natural history of your surroundings, hiking through pine tree forests, frolicking through wildflowers, or enjoying the serenity of canoeing on a lake?… Read More The Top 20 U.S. Colleges For Outdoor Adventurers

The Last Great Race on Earth: 2016 Iditarod and History

At 2:20 AM on March 15, 2016, Dallas Seavey was the first musher to reach Nome, Alaska, with his father Mitch close behind. This is Seavey’s fourth Iditarod championship in five years (and overall). Seavey and his team of seven dogs averaged about 9.5 miles an hour on the 1,049-mile journey from Anchorage to Nome. Seavey broke his… Read More The Last Great Race on Earth: 2016 Iditarod and History