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This One Time, I Climbed Mount Baker

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For the pas couple years, we've worked with Chicks Climbing and Skiing to send an amazing woman up big mountains. We love this scholarship program because it always identifies a deserving and hard-working female with aspirations for bigger things. Sometimes she needs camaraderie, sometimes a financial boost, sometimes just some missing skills to get her further down the path to personal success and growth. We're very pleased to be a stepping-stone on this path.

Here's a re-cap of this year's winner, Katrina Ray's successful climb of Mount Baker in Washington. Enjoy!
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Learn About the Latest Updates to the Redesigned 2019 Subaru Forester at Heuberger Subaru!

This year's 2019 Subaru Forester sees many new updates thanks to its complete redesign from the ground up! While still retaining its legendary capability on any driving surface on and off the road, the new 2019 Forester offers a larger build with more interior space, an enhanced single engine, upgraded technology and a standard suite of safety features to make you feel right at home wherever you go!

 

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Ultimate Camping Trips- Make Camping Kid-Friendly

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Camping with kids can be intimidating—what kind of snacks do I bring? How do I keep them safe? What if they can’t sleep outside? We’re here to tell you not to worry. With some advanced planning and a little bit of know-how, camping with kids can be one of the most memorable and fun experiences you can have as a family. Here are x nymber of things you should consider before heading out on a camping adventure with your family.

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Pacific Crest Trail - Tales of a Through-Hiker

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My body surged with excitement, it was hour 18 of the three-day drive and I couldn’t wait to meet my friend, Callie and hear about all of their adventures along the Pacific Crest Trail. As I climbed higher and higher up towards Sonora Pass (9,623 feet) I thought about what it must feel like to walk here from Campo, California (over 1,000 miles). Here’s a glimpse into the life of a solo thru-hiker on the Pacific Crest Trail.

  
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Ten Ways to Minimize Your Family's Impact While Camping

 

 

Camping in Colorado is a blast. It's the best way to get up-close to the wild environment that makes the Centennial State so special. That being said, following best practices of camping responsibly is key to having an experience that's both enjoyable and safe for often fragile environments. Here are a few guidelines to make sure that you're camping in the smartest, safest way possible.

 

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Ultimate Camping Guide - 5 Tips for Great Astrophotography

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Whether you’re a beginner photographer just learning how to best use your camera or a professional photographer looking to hone your craft, astrophotography or night photography can be difficult to master. From technique to location choice, there are a lot of factors to getting that perfect shot of the Milky Way. It takes a lot of practice and some trial and error, but when you finally get that shot, it’s so rewarding (Think: 1,000+ Instagram likes!). We’ve put together a basic guide to help you to take some amazing shots of constellations, the Milky Way, moonlit…
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How To Support a Through-Hiker on the PCT

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When I decided to meet my friend Callie along the Pacific Crest Trail, we had big plans. Tons of hiking, backpacking and adventures awaited us. A lot changed since we decided to link up and our trip ended up being a bit different than what we originally had in mind. Here’s a look at how to plan a meetup with a thru-hiker.

 

 

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