15 Things You Want In Your Backcountry Med Kit

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 […]

Best Cars To Take Skiing

While this is not “Consumer Reports”, sometimes OutdoorEnd likes to inform you on the best products out there for your outdoor activity driven lives. In this weeks blog, we will be looking at five of the best CARS for your ski vacations that don’t involve 31-inch tires and $50k price tags. Sure, SUV’s are great […]

Hanging With Rannveig Aamodt…Quite Literally!

Meet Rannveig Aamodt. Climber extraordinaire, photographer, author and adventurer at heart, Rannveig has been climbing professionally for over 10 years, and is not one to shy away from even the most dramatic of cruxes. While climbing in April of 2012 Aamodt broke her back, both her ankles, her pelvis, and elbow in a 15m ground fall […]

Get Your Old Cruiser Back In Action

When winter sets in and it is dumping snow outside, guys sometimes seek refuge in a thing called a “garage”, where they may spend hours working on their”projects” that they have been meaning to get to for since the age of who knows when. Tinkering with old cars, cardboard boxes of…whats this? An old cruiser […]

New Years Resolutions

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

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 […]

Best Products for A Long Bike Ride

When going out on a long bike ride, my cycling friends always ask me which products I prefer for the most sustained energy, and the least cardboardy taste! I always respond with these staples to my diet. Wheter for road or mountain rides, these products will keep you hydrated, full of protiens and salts, and […]

The Top Ten Outdoors Products Everyone Needs To Own

Welcome to the 21st century folks! Gear up or get out! To be fair, props to those who still climb snowy mountains in denim and cotton, but let’s be honest here, life on the trail can be a lot easier with some of the new fangled dohickeys of this here technological age! Iffin’ your willin’ lets […]

Get Involved With Trail Volunteer Work

No matter where we live or what we use them for, we all love our trails. Be it your favorite hiking trail up to the high country or your favorite flowey single-track mountain biking trail, we are liberated when we are out hitting the dirt, adrenaline pumping and sweat rolling. It would seem only fair […]

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