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Our Hike to Angels Landing: Dangerous? Maybe. Amazing? Definitely.

Angels Landing, Utah

Three weeks before my sister turned 24 she texted me to ask if I wanted to go on a trip for her birthday. She wasn’t sure where she wanted to go but she knew she wanted to be outdoors.

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7 Sunrise Photos from Virginia's Historic Leesylvania State Park

Woodbridge, Virginia

Leesylvania State Park sits just a couple miles off of Route 1 along the Potomac River near Woodbridge, Virginia.

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Climbing in 18-Degree Weather to Shoot the Sunrise

Vantage, Washington

One of the things that I love about photography is how the quality of light can make or break a photo. When shooting outdoors it is those early hours in the morning that I love the most.

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24 Hours in Bryce Canyon National Park

Utah

Closing out a busy 2017, Julie and I were excited to visit our tenth and final national park of the year.

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6 Reasons Why You Should Use a Telephoto Lens for Landscape Photography

When most people start out taking landscape photos, they think they need to get a wide angle lens in order to capture the whole landscape. When I bought my first DSLR, I was one of those people.

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Southern California's Off-Season Gems: Mojave, Death Valley, Alabama Hills, and Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree National Park, California

It all started with a simple Google search. My buddy, Cameron, and I were procrastinating studying for our law school finals when we started daydreaming about a getaway.

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Now's the Time to Visit Jordan

Jordan

While in Jordan, the majority of my trip was spent in two areas: Wadi Rum and Petra. You can see more pictures of my journey on Instagram via @wcebron. Let’s start with Wadi Rum.

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How to Survive a Freezing Night in a Van

If you want to meet more vanlifers than you knew existed, spend some time in the desert in the winter.

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How to Plan Your Adventure Wedding Day

Tirol, Austria

As a real outdoorsy girl, I must admit that planning my wedding was a bit of an out-of-body experience for me.

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Beyond Leave No Trace Ethics: Packing Out More Than You Pack In

If you’ve spent some time in the great outdoors, you’ve probably heard about Leave No Trace ethics.

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The National Parks' Roads Less Traveled

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; I shall be telling .

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How a Thru-Hike on the Appalachian Trail Changed My Perspective and Shaped My Goals

Thru-hikers on the Appalachian Trail have a lot of time to think.

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Everything You Need to Know about Hiking Yosemite's Half Dome

Yosemite, California

It might be the most recognized rock formation on Earth and it's the logo of one of the biggest outdoor brands on earth.

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Exploring the Best of Moab in One Winter Weekend

Moab, Utah

This winter my buddy and I decided to spend a weekend hiking and doing landscape photography around Moab, Utah.

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A Beginner's Guide to Packrafting

There is no better feeling than summiting a mountain or propelling yourself through a wide body of water. It's almost therapeutic. The crunching sound of a foot landing on the earth.

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Is British Columbia the Perfect Adventure Destination?

British Columbia, Canada

I recently traveled through what seems like half of British Columbia, but after reviewing a map it was realistically maybe a third of the province.

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Zion National Park in 72 Hours

Zion, Utah

During your planning I would schedule to arrive in Zion as early as possible. If you are there before Thanksgiving you are going to be at the mercy of the shuttle system to get to the trailheads.

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Is Your Surfing Habit Getting You into Trouble with Your Significant Other?

New Zealand

Have you ever came across what some may refer to as a conflict of interest in regards to planning your epic family holiday destination?  Well I can tell you about our family experience and how we dea.

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Catch the Sunrise at Kanangra Walls

Kanangra Walls Lookout, Australia

The Drive Kanangra Walls is a 220km drive from Sydney. Expect to take 3 1/2 hours + add some time for a pit stop.

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The Road to Shangri-La: Bikepacking on the Roof of the World

China

I found $500 tickets shortly after hearing I’d be out for most of the year, and the date lined up perfectly with when my surgeon said I could resume normal activity.

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Fat Girl Hiking: Thoughts and Tips for the Overweight Hiker

Hi, I'm Heather. I'm an overweight 30 year old gal. No, I'm not lazy, nor a couch potato. This is me in the summer of 2017 at Glacier National Park.

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There's a First Time for Everything

Do you ever find yourself coming up with reasons why you shouldn't do something? I used to. I hate to admit it but I used to be the queen of coming up with excuses.

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How Hiking the John Muir Trail Changed Me

California

We are all looking for big adventures in life. Being somewhere that is so immense and feeling the simplicity of the world all at once.

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5 Outdoor Apparel and Gear Brands You Should Know

Here are some under the radar companies that fit in with the modern outdoorsman/woman's lifestyle.

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