I’m a lazy backcountry eater. I don’t like spending time thinking about what meals to prepare for my trip. My happy place while adventuring generally resides within simply having enough easy calories to shove into my mouth before hanger can set in. This usually results in dinners of energy bars or pouring water into a …

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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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This past August, Wild Wilderness Women embarked on its inaugural Babes Off the Beaten Path trip—a yearly opportunity for women to come together, build community, and explore what it really means to be a “babe,” while having an exceptional outdoors experience. We took brand new and experienced backpacking ladies out into Glacier National Park for …

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The Camp Kit! It’s like Netflix for camping gear, but better. I remember trying Netflix for the first time. After spending aimless hours in video stores throughout the late 90s, I can’t tell you how powerful I felt as a preteen using the service. Ordering (on the world wide web!) the exact movie I wanted …

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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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