Wilderness Safety Tips

It is such a great feeling to see your loved ones start to enjoy exploring the outdoors as much as you do. As an outdoor enthusiast, I feel responsible for sharing that world with my nieces and nephews. I also feel responsible for showing them how to enjoy wilderness the right way. The way I […]

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Adventure Kids Who Inspire Us

As a kid, the most frustrating phrase I ever heard uttered by adults in my life was, “You’re too young.” While yes, there are plenty of things that children should not be doing (paying bills or driving semi-trucks, for instance), I still find that we all sometimes underestimate the capability of children. Kids have incredible minds, active imaginations […]

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Winter Sports Dictionary for Dummies

We have all heard a conversation between more advanced riders and thought what are they saying? Well here are some new words for your ski/snowboard vocabulary. Learn them, ride them, and love them! Moguls: Bumps set out on slopes for more advanced runners! Traverse: Skiing across a slope in a zigzag pattern. White Out: When […]

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We Give You the Knowledge to Keep Your Family Warm

When we read a description for a jacket or pant we are interested in,  our mind thinks it sounds warm but is it really? The technology used today states this coat has Omni Heat, or Gore-Tex, and Dryride? But as consumers, it’s hard to know what those terms actually mean. I’ll go over what you […]

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Safety Tips for the Slopes

Skiing and Snowboarding while both fun also have responsibilities that need to take place to make it enjoyable. Safety is essential when you are on the slopes. It is not only to protect you but the others around you who may or may not have the same skill set! Leg, wrist, and head injuries are […]

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