Out There

Hiking the Mullerthal Trail

We’re talking centuries-old romantic castles, wooden bridges over sparkling cascades, and narrow, gloomy gorges whose walls seem to close in above and behind as you advance.

Europe is home to a number of truly epic hiking trails. Adventurers seeking the best thru-hikes flock to trails like the Tour de Mont Blanc in France, which circumnavigates the base of Mont Blanc through three different countries over its 105 miles, or Spain’s El Camino de Santiago, The Way of St. James, a whopping 472-mile pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, a northern Spanish cathedral in which rest the rumored remains of St. James. Yet in Luxembourg (a tiny grand

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Interviews

SheJumps: Inspiring Women to Get Outdoors

SheJumps, an organization dedicated to creating a community for women in the outdoors, is making a name for itself across the nation.

Gone are the days when words like “adventure”, “wilderness”, and “shredding” are primarily reserved for men. Young girls and women are embracing winter sports and the outdoors in record numbers for a plethora of reasons: Fun, community, empowerment, and physical fitness, just to name a few. SheJumps, an organization dedicated to creating a space for and community of women in the outdoors, is making a name for itself in outdoor towns and cities across the nation. We caught up with

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Videos

Breaking the Speed Record on the Nose

For years the world’s best climbers have been trading the record back in forth, with mere seconds separating the record at times.

The speed record of the Nose on El Capitan is one of the most alluring and sought after records in all of climbing, even for a sport that isn’t inherently competitive. For years the world’s best climbers have been trading the record back in forth, with mere seconds separating the record at times. Watch as Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds top the time set by Alex Honnold and Hans Florine.

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Tips

Hiking Etiquette 101

Know the code and it will go a long way. Here’s a quick guide to being a respectful hiker.

In 2017, the number of folks who reported having gone hiking or backpacking in the United States tallied a whopping 47.2 million. That’s a lot of boots on the trail, and a lot of potential ground to cover when it comes to our expectations for polite behavior. Whether you’re brand new to the outdoor lifestyle or would just like a quick refresher, here are our tips for basic hiking etiquette. Right-of-Way Figuring out who yields to whom on the trail

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Clymb Stories

Gear Love

How to Pack Lighter For Your Next Hike

Hiking is a fantastic pastime; it is relaxing, fun and a great form of exercise. But if you don’t prepare properly you could end up hauling an unnecessarily heavy bag. If you find that your backpack is always heavier than you want it to be, use these five tips to help you pack lighter for your next hike. Break Up The Weight It doesn’t matter if you are going for a quick day hike or an overnight trip; either way

Hiking is a fantastic pastime; it is relaxing, fun and a great form of exercise. But if you don’t prepare properly you could end up hauling an unnecessarily heavy bag. If you find that your backpack is always heavier than you want it to be, use these five tips to help you pack lighter for your next hike. Break Up The Weight It doesn’t matter if you are going for a quick day hike or an overnight trip; either way

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Your Full Guide To Water Purification Options

It doesn’t matter if you’re hiking in your local area or if you have travelled hundreds of miles to check out a new hiking trail; either way, you need to know about the dangerous bacteria that could be living in the water. Some of the most common water pathogens and bacteria are E.coli, Salmonella, Protozoan cysts, and viruses including hepatitis A. Most of these bacteria can live off human waste, including food, soap suds, and sweat, so they can be

It doesn’t matter if you’re hiking in your local area or if you have travelled hundreds of miles to check out a new hiking trail; either way, you need to know about the dangerous bacteria that could be living in the water. Some of the most common water pathogens and bacteria are E.coli, Salmonella, Protozoan cysts, and viruses including hepatitis A. Most of these bacteria can live off human waste, including food, soap suds, and sweat, so they can be

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