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Partners in Adventure: KÜHL and Wasatch Adaptive Sports

Just like KÜHL®, Wasatch Adaptive Sports was born in the mountains. Founded in 1977, WAS started offering programs out of Snowbird Resort and over the yea

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The Art of the Build: Part II With Kyle Jameson

“As a trail builder, I am able to paint the trail behind me and leave no destructive remnants of what happened in the process. I try my hardest to leave no trace of ruin and contribute to the beautification of the area after I fi

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Getting Into New Sports As An Adult

You’re Never “Too Old” To Try Something New When you’re young, trying new sports and pursuing new hobbies is less intimidating, easier to make time for and it feels less risky. 

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The Art of The Build

An inside peek at the lifecycle of trail building featuring Emmy Andrews, Executive Director of Central Oregon Trail Alliance. All photos by Javan Ward,

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Interview with Morgan and Duncan from Cudaway Knives

KÜHL chats with Morgan & Duncan, owners of Cudaway Knives, to learn more about the importance of a great kitchen knife, one blade at a time.

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35 Landscape Photography Spots You Should Visit in the U.S.

Landscape photography combines a passion for the outdoors with a passion for capturing a part of the world as it exists for a certain moment in time. Nature photographers also find and share the beauty in each outdoor adventure.

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Modern Bushcraft in the Backcountry… Or Backyard

“Isn’t bushcraft just a word for survivalism that doesn’t make you sound like a nut?” asked my wife when I first suggested our daughters and I sign up for a weekend workshop. She had me there. Bushcraft is about being self-reliant in t

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10 Awesome Outdoor Documentaries to Inspire You to Get Outside

In the dead of winter, the desire to get outside can be tempered by sub-zero temperatures and the lure of a co

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Interview with Morgan and Duncan from Cudaway Knives

KÜHL chats with Morgan & Duncan, owners of Cudaway Knives, to learn more about the importance of a great kitchen knife, one blade at a time.

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How to Train for Triathlon Swim

For many, competing in a triathlon is a lifelong goal. Motivation often comes from a desire to live a healthier lifestyle, push yourself beyond your limits, or simply prove that you are up to an intense, physical challenge. 

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The Art of the Build: Hero’s Dirt

No matter the locale, mountain bikers are chasing hero dirt throughout the spring and summer seasons. “Hero dirt,” a term coined by the biking community to describe moist, sticky soil, is the result of snow melt or a healthy downpo

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How to Train for a Triathlon

Have you ever thought about participating in an event that pushes your limits and demonstrates what you’re truly capable of? The triathlon — a challenging, exciting, and addicting three-part race — will do exactly that! Competing

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Discover Utah’s Kodachrome Basin State Park

Utah is known for its Mighty 5 National Parks, but full campgrounds and busy trails make it difficult to explore the parks during peak season. Thankfully,

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Trekking across Israel’s Diverse Terrain

For a country approximately the size of New Jersey, Israel packs a punch for visitors willing to explore. Over the course of four journeys, we saw snow-covered mountains, admired waterfalls in the Galilee, strolled along the Mediterran

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How to Make an Adirondack Chair

The Adirondack chair is the classic outdoor lounge chair found on lawns and front porches. With a tall slatted back and angled seat, these chairs are the ideal shape for comfort and relaxation. Deriving its name from the Adirondack Mou

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We Are Nomads: Locked Down on an Adventure with the Kazakh Women in Mongolia

Covid-19 took over the world and led us to live in less than perfect times. This was exactly the predicament I found myself in when I arrived in Mongolia at the end of February. I c

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Boating Checklist: Safety Items And Essentials

Is there anything more peaceful than enjoying a day on the water? Whether you rise before dawn for early morning… Continue reading Home
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Travel Checklist: Packing the Essentials

Whether you’re taking a weekend to explore a ne