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How To Occupy Your Mind and Body When Recovering From an Injury
April 12, 2022

How To Occupy Your Mind and Body When Recovering From an Injury

There's hope after an injury—and on the path to recovery, you'll grow stronger in body and mind. It's an unbelievably challenging process, but it doesn't have to be the end of the trail.

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marshmallows on a backyard campfire
April 21, 2020

9 Ways to Adventure Without Leaving Your House: Backyard Camping, Campfire Cooking & More

What are the best ways to adventure in the Great Indoors? These at-home camping ideas will kickstart your adventure.

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couple watches movie while camping
April 14, 2020

Best Outdoor Content to Watch on Streaming Services

Break out the sleeping bag and camp chairs.  Grab the marshmallows and graham crackers.  Here are the best movies and shows for outdoor lovers that you can watch online right now.

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hiker practices social distancing on the trail during COVID-19
April 01, 2020

Hiking Etiquette in the Time of Social Distancing

Quarantine isn't exactly our cup of camp coffee. Luckily, many states still have hiking trails open to the public during COVID-19. What better way to get out of the house for some socially distant exercise than a hike? Before you hop in the car and jet to the trailhead, make sure you know the social distancing trial etiquette needed to keep yourself and your fellow hikers safe and healthy.

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national park covid-19
March 26, 2020

National Park and State Park Closures Related to COVID-19

For outdoor lovers, quarantine can feel extra quarantine-y.  Social distancing sounds like a codeword for camping to us.  But in looking for information about the status of national parks and state parks, we found the answers to be scattered and hard to track. To help you adventure responsibly during the coronavirus pandemic, we put together this comprehensive guide to park closures, updates, and resources.

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