North Face founder Doug Tompkins died as a result of hypothermia after a kayaking accident on a Chilean Lake.
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Henry Worsley is attempting what could be the first solo, unsupported, and unassisted foot-crossing of Antarctica.
This week’s news: Man Completes Triple Crown of Hiking; A Search for a Missing Climber is Suspended; Explorers Look to Walk 1,000 miles through the Middle East, and more – plus some stimulating forum discussion questions!
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A “high route” is generally defined as an off-trail, above-the-treeline trek that traverses a range of peaks. And this summer, Andrew Skurka completed a doozy of a high route in Wyoming’s Wind River range – 100 miles and 60,000 feet of elevation gain.
In This Month’s News: Woman Plans 5-Year Trek Across the Americas; Man and Woman Meet and Marry on the PCT; UL Sleeping Bag and Quilt Comparison Table; Ingredients for Planning an Expedition; Beginner Tenkara Tips; and much more!
FBI Fugitive Found on Appalachian Trail, A Survival Video Game, The Zion Flash Flood, A “Walk In the Woods” Inspires People to Get Out, MSR FlyLite Tent, and much more!
A summary review of new gear, trends, and news from Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2015.
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In this week’s news: Crew One completes #windrivers 2015, bear advice from a controversial figure, compare tent options, and more.
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In this Week’s News: It’s time for the 2015 Packraft Roundup, a father scares a bear away to save his son, five trails to know in the Colorado area, get to know Leslie Hittmeier, and much more!