Nancy Raven Kirk

Nature Untamed: Where to Backpack in Wyoming

Nancy is a writer, traveler, and outdoor enthusiast originally from Los Angeles. She's had work published in the L.A. Times, OC Weekly, and various other publications. Check out her website at www.copybykirk.com.

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Nature Untamed: Where to Backpack in Wyoming

Whether you’re new to backpacking or a seasoned vet, Wyoming is an undeniably gorgeous place to get moving. Primarily visited for Yellowstone and Grand Teton, Wyoming's national parks draw up to four million visitors a year. Backpack

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The Ultimate Arizona Road Trip Itinerary

Arizona offers beautiful, raw energy in its red rocks, canyons, crystal shops, and of course, its astronomical, internationally-acclaimed canyon. If the Grand Canyon isn’t reason enough to visit this vibrant desert, its two other nat

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An In-Depth Look Into Food for Hiking: Tips and Ideas

Planning Meals for a Multi-day Hiking Trip While car camping can be a much-needed reset, sometimes we desire to venture further into the wilderness. Backpacking combines hiking with ba

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The Complete Camping Food Guide: Prep, Storage, and More

The Complete Guide to Camp Food If you’re planning a multi-day trip into the wilderness, there are many items that should be on your

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5 Ways to Spend Spring Outdoors in Atlanta

Known as the “City in the Forest,” Atlanta has an abundance of greenery that engulfs its skyline and suburbs. The metropolis is lined with magnolias, dogwoods, Southern pines, and oaks, offering an immense amount of coverage compar

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5 Outdoor Activities Near Austin, Texas in Spring

As the second largest state in the country, there's plenty to see and do in The Lone Star State. As the state capital, the city of Austin exceeds expectations for dining, cultural experiences, and perhaps most importantly, outdoor acti

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A Guide to Colorado's 7 Best Ski Towns

Anyone who loves the outdoors should visit Colorado. With its beautiful national parks, hiking trails, and well-rounded seasons, there are myriad reasons people flock to the state. Amazing skiing and snowboarding rank at the top of our

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A Guide to Salt Lake City’s Ski Resorts

Salt Lake City is home to KÜHL headquarters for a reason. Aside from making mountain gear magic in our offices and warehouses, the terrain that engulfs the city is an absolute must-see for outdoor e

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Ten Bay Area Camping Spots When You Need to Unplug

Living in San Francisco and surrounding Bay Area cities can make it impossible to disconnect from your phones, your work, and life's everyday stress. Whether you're need of a rechar

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Top Eight Hikes in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the nation with a diverse range of activities for hikers, skiers, mountain bikers, and climbers. Mountain ranges surround almost the entire city, elevating Salt Lake’s p

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Five Bucket List Spots to Backpack in California

California is famous for its biodiversity up and down the coast, with an assortment of scenery that will impress any nature lover. The comfortable year-round climate makes it the ideal state for camping during almost any season. Before