Born in the Mountains Journal

Sail the Mediterranean With Your KÜHL Attire

Packing for my spring Mediterranean cruise was a time-consuming process. I had to choose comfortable and versatile clothing that addressed fluctuating weather conditions—warm, chilly, and potentially rainy. My top picks included KÜHL clothing that could be worn onboard Celebrity Cruises newest ship...

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By KÜHL Editor · 7 min read

Riding My Bike From Capitol to Capitol

We sat down with cycling enthusiast Sherry Ott to talk about her journey biking from capitol to capitol.

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By KÜHL Editor · 6 min read

Gravel Biking - Getting Gritty

Imagine cruising along a smooth asphalt surface and coming upon a dirt road. The adventurer in you says, let's go check it out, but if you are riding a road bike that may not be the best choice. Nowadays with the versatility of gravel bikes, you can. We can link different types of surfaces and...

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By Bob Olden · 5 min read

Zzz's in the Trees - 4 Epic Treehouse Lodgings

Forget what you think you know about treehouses. These aren't the rickety playhouses of your childhood; they're upscale, up in the trees, and out of this world. And they’re ready to give you an unforgettable experience. We're diving into four unique styles of treehouse lodging that stand tall and...

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By Emily Leikam · 8 min read

Road Less Traveled: Arizona Storm Chasing

Have you ever wondered what inspires and attracts one to chase monsoon storms?

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By KÜHL Editor · 4 min read

The Most Popular Hikes in the U.S.

From Alaska's frostbitten terrain to the Appalachian Trail's expansive intermountain vistas, the United States offers more than 193,500 miles of hiking trails stretching across national parks, state parks, and local reserves. With this many hiking opportunities that challenge adventurers of all...

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By Ivan Slovic · 8 min read

Homemade Electrolyte Drink - KÜHL’s Guide to DIY Beverage

Homemade electrolyte drinks are the unsung hero of today's fitness-conscious and health-centric society. These DIY drinks can deliver much-needed minerals and hydration right when your body needs them the most. Be it an intense workout session, a strenuous hike or just a way to beat the summer heat...

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By Emily Leikam · 13 min read

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Joshua Tree National Park is a mystical landscape located centrally in the Californian desert. This wonderland gets its name from the Joshua tree...

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Things to Do in Rocky Mountain National Park

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Sail the Mediterranean With Your KÜHL Attire

Packing for my spring Mediterranean cruise was a time-consuming process. I had to choose comfortable and versatile clothing that addressed fluctuating...

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Things to Do in Big Bend National Park - Desert Adventures

Big Bend shouldn’t be missed when visiting the Lone Star state. It’s a gem often overlooked due to its isolated location in the warm Chihuahuan Desert...

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Riding My Bike From Capitol to Capitol

We sat down with cycling enthusiast Sherry Ott to talk about her journey biking from capitol to capitol.

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Best Things to Do in Arches National Park

Arches National Park is best known for its natural stone arches resembling Mars. This iconic red rock wonderland boasts over 2000 arches, the densest...

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Best Things to Do in Shenandoah National Park

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Shenandoah National Park offers an idyllic escape into vast nature. With over 200,000 acres of...

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Gravel Biking - Getting Gritty

Imagine cruising along a smooth asphalt surface and coming upon a dirt road. The adventurer in you says, let's go check it out, but if you are riding...

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Adventures in Asia: 3 Weeks, 5 Countries

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How To Make A DIY Livewell

A livewell is an essential piece of equipment for any fishing enthusiast. It keeps your catch healthy and lively until you're ready to head back to shore for a weigh-in and gives them a better chance of survival when released. It’s also a place to keep live bait … well, alive! If you're a crafty...

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What to Bring On a Hike: The Ultimate Hiking Checklist

Embarking on a hiking journey is not just an adventure; it's an exercise in meticulous planning. A well-crafted hiking checklist serves...

What to Pack for a Trip to the Falkland Islands

The Falkland Islands are an incredible destination. Home to several penguin species, elephant seals, sea lions and more wildlife, this...