Guess who’s back, back again? That’s right: Issue 2 of Misadventures, the How-To (Survive) Edition, is NOW AVAILABLE at Barnes & Noble bookstores across the country…as well as several independent retailers from coast to coast. Needless to say: we are THRILLED. To celebrate… We’ve teamed up with Mountain Khakis to offer an out-of-this-world giveaway: $75 to spend on anything at their …

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Being bound by rope and rock is a special kind of bond. It’s only a certain type of person that you’d want to spend hours with talking about holds, trips you want to take, being sore, your love life — or anything else — covered in chalk, lounging on pads. Maybe you don’t see them outside of …

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Happy #CyberMonday from Misadventures! Buy anything from the shop today, and you’ll receive a FREE copy of the latest issue. We’ll email you a discount code you can use yourself or send to a friend. Curious what Issue 2: How-To (Survive) contains? Here’s a sneak preview! “The Long Ride of Adeline and Augusta Van Buren,” two sisters …

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If you bike with cars — which is pretty much everyone not in a city that rhymes with shmopenhagen — there are going to be close calls. No matter how alert, diligent, defensive, cautious, vocal, nimble, predictable, careful — every day is a maze of close calls and near misses. (What up, Boston!) So when …

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Another installment of our Q&A advice column. If you have a question you’d like answered, email us at hello@misadventuresmag.com and our resident sage, Katie, will give it her best shot. Dear Katie, I spent a good chunk of last Saturday chopping vegetables, salting them, squeezing brine out of them, and then stuffing them into a …

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If you don’t know about She Ventures, you should. Founded by Georgina Miranda (the woman who brought us the outdoor online marketplace, Altitude Seven), She Ventures aims to connect women leaders in the outdoor industry with their communities. That confluence not only energizes the industry, but underscores the inequality of representation and lack of focus …

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I love interviewing people who found businesses because there’s always a moment — one of those rare times — when inspiration aligns with circumstance. Of course, there’s more to it than that, but the story behind the Claritas Collection starts with a flash of inspiration. The idea is not a new one. It can be …

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The incredible Jessie Tuckman, whose surfing skills and stories have been a highlight here at Misadventures, surfed this summer in the Boardmasters Festival, one of the qualifying competitions for the World Surf League championship. She also carved out some time to go longboarding! As we skate into September — and the weekend — check out this sunny summer video, and make space …

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“What goes up must come down,” Sir Isaac Newton famously observed. Though rarely questioned, ‘Squash’ Falconer decided to put that rule to the test. A few years ago, the adventurer, mountaineer and motorcycle fanatic became the first British female to climb Mont Blanc and paraglide from the summit, after riding 1,200 kilometres from the UK …

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Maria Boustead is the founder of Po Campo, “a mission-driven, woman-owned small company that makes bike bags and travel bags with weatherproof fabric and lots of pockets to fit your favorite devices.” Designed to transition from your bike to your body in no time at all,  Po Campo’s products are practical, versatile, and chic (and if …

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