23 Secrets To Cooking on a Campfire

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I’d say cooking over a campfire is among the few things at the very top of my list of favorite outdoor activities. I do enjoy cooking even though I’m not very good at it, in the house that is. However cooking outdoors on a campfire is whole different ball game for me. I usually only […]

Best Things to Do at Bryce Canyon National Park

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Today I’m heading down to Bryce Canyon National Park for a little few day getaway. I’m super excited as I’ve never been to this National Park before and why on earth it’s taken me this long to get their I have no idea. Utah is home to 5 National Parks and some of the most […]

How To Bring Music On Your Camping Trip Without Electronics

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If you’ve ever been on a camping trip and wanted to hear or play music, you’re not alone. While the beauty in nature lies mostly in silence, the music of life is constantly chattering in the background of our subconscious. Whenever I go on a backpacking trip alone, I like to cary an instrument with […]

Survival Tips For Staying Alive In The Backcountry

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You’ve heard those stories about people who venture out into the wilderness, completely unprepared, make a dumb decision and end up lost, by themselves in the dark in the wilderness? There’s even TV show dedicated to the reenactment of these stories called “I Shouldn’t Be Alive”. Here are some good ideas on how you might […]

Most Out of The Box (Figuratively) Backcountry Meals

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Most people would consider an out of the box meal; well exactly that! Straight out of the box, just add water and you’re on your way! Unfortunately, while this is great for saving weight and packing in calories, it does kind of feel a bit shameful when you are surrounded by the natural beauty of […]

15 Things You Want In Your Backcountry Med Kit

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15.)¬†Bactine- Great for isolating open wounds and adhering gauze. A smart thing to carry in the backcountry 14.) Electrolytes Essential to replenish at times when the body has lost precious salts from sweating, exerting oneself, and not eating well. Theres no substitute for staying hydrated and eating properly, but have these on hand in case […]

New Years Resolutions

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It’s that time of year. The time where we tell ourselves we’re going to make big changes in our lives, and better ourselves so that everybody will notice us and like us better…hey, why not! If your lacking on ideas for self improvement, why not take a page out of OutdoorEnds book with a couple […]

Five Medical Tips For The Backcountry

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Safety in the backcountry is paramount. When doing many of the activities we choose to do and love, we are taking inherent risks that could potentially put us in harms way. Anyone who has been in the backcountry knows that there are many uncertain variables from weather, to physical and mental health of you and […]

Expedition Adventures, Not Just For Adults

As a child, I grew up in New York City. My father used to take me on “nature walks” in Inwood Park, a rare place on the island of Manhattan where you can actually, barring the sound of Riverside Drive and the GW bridge off in the distance, feel like you were back in primitive […]

Where To Go When You Want To Find Yourself……In The Middle Of Nowhere

We all go through times in our lives when we are uncertain of what is to come, what is to be, and what it all means. Times like these can drive us to the edge of our reason, cause us to feel suffocated, and cut off from the things we care most about. Fortunately at […]

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