Spring Training

Punxsatawney Phil has declared it so! It is now spring and most of us are feeling the warmth of the suns rays break through the clouds for just long enough to want to go outside and be active. Looking for a some pointers on how to get out there this spring and get yourself ready […]

Sand Dunes

While there are plenty of beaches, deserts and areas of “sandy hills” shaped by the wind and water, most people would be surprised to find out the amount of “high dunes” we have here in the US. Here are a few of the highlights for us at OutdoorEnd. Keep in mind that some of these […]

Will You Be Our Valentine?

Do you feel the love? We know we do here at OutdoorEnd! Sure, some people like it, and some people hate it, but we feel that Valentines day is a great opportunity to show love, even if its love for you!¬†Why not then, treat yourself (or your significant other) to a day of awesome outdoorsyness. […]

You, Recycling, and Your Outdoor Lifestyle

We all love the outdoors to one extent or another. Even your average city-slicking, fast-food-eating, pant-suit-wearing average Joe will admit that he likes a breath of fresh air from time to time. These days fresh air is harder and harder to come by. The burning of fossil fuels, and petroleum-based products has pushed mankind over […]


In case you haven’t noticed, the skiing industry has been gearing up for a change in the weather. Yes, the “concept” of global warming has finally begun to have a financial impact on an industry the depends heavily on what the weather decides to do and when. Seeing as winters have gotten warmer and snowfalls […]

Some Great Wintery Beverages For Your Winter Adventures

It’s cold out. Your going skiing. What can warm you up just like a jacket on the outside, but works from the inside out? ALCOHOL! Yay! While it is always good to be responsible, moderation is the key to having fun whilst doing so! That said, grab your Stanley Thermos, BPA free Nalgene bottle, or […]

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 […]

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 […]

Happy Holidays From Outdoor End!

Folks, creatures, crusaders! It’s been a wonderful year for OutdoorEnd. Aside from the normal traveling, exploring, learning and writing, this year has been especially great for all things outdoors! It’s been a pleasure sharing experiences and places with you all though the blog and getting people out into the great outdoors to experience everything it […]

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 […]

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