How to Solve a Problem

LEARN FROM FALLS

"I am Ashima. What I do is climb. What I do is solve problems, which is to say, I make them mine.”  So begins the new children's book by Ashima Shiraishi who, at just 19 years old, is one of the best climbers in the world. So, why would a young climbing champ write a children's book?


Escape to Nature

CABIN IN THE WOODS

Who doesn't need an escape right now? Enter to win your own weekend Getaway in one of their unique tiny cabins nestled in nature nationwide. Plus you'll score the gear and gift cards to get you there (including a Cairn Obsidian Collection)! Enter now


Drover Route

HISTORIC ROUTE

Vicariously bikepack the Drovers Trail, retracing the footsteps of the cattle drovers on their journey along Scotland's most important cattle market in the end of the 17th century.


Situational Awareness

HEADS UP

You've seen it. You're out on a trail and it seems that every person you pass is completely unaware that you exist, and not because they're engrossed in nature. As more people turn to outdoor recreation, not everyone has learned the importance of situational awareness. Or how it can build community. Instead of scowling at them, here are some thoughts on educating (and welcoming) by example.


Dogs at Play

QUICK & DIRTY


Sometimes you just need to look at pictures of dogs playing.

Uncle Bunky gets a viral obituary and now a namesake beer.

Save the date for Outdoor Afro's Virtual Glamp In.

Outdoorsy board games for a rainy day.