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Climate Change: Effects on our outdoor livelihood

In Featured, From the world, Hiking, News, Water, Winter by JaneBozsikLeave a Comment

The sun is beating down on all of us excited tourists as we deboard the Alpine train. A beautiful scene greets us; layers of tall pines and alpine flowers line the surrounding mountains. Ahead, a thunderous river grinds through the valley floor on the left, while adjacently an even gravel path gently snakes into the distance. The path leads to …

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A ski bum's guide to (kind of) functioning without skiing

In Camping, Featured, Hiking, Skiing, Trip Report, Winter by AudreyMorrisLeave a Comment

Winter is for skiing, no ifs, ands, or buts. Everyday without class is another glorious day to get up to the mountain and shred some runs with friends, mess around on tree trails, and gawk at all the hot skier boys absolutely sending it. Needless to say it’s one of my favorite seasons. This season, however, has been slightly lacking …