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Sleeping with Trees Sleeping with Trees
Sleeping with Trees

Tree house hotels of the modern era bring all the fun and excitement you remember having as a kid and many add all the creature comforts you could ...

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Outdoor Gear: What to Buy & What You Don’t Need Outdoor Gear: What to Buy & What You Don’t Need
Outdoor Gear: What to Buy & What You Don't Need

When it comes to outdoor gear there is no shortage of products to choose from before heading out on your next big adventure. There are some product ...

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Channel Islands: California’s Secret Gem Channel Islands: California’s Secret Gem
Channel Islands: California's Secret Gem

Situated just a rather short boat ride from the heavily populated and busy coast of California’s coastline lies one of North America’s ...

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World Nomad Games – Kyrgyzstan World Nomad Games – Kyrgyzstan
World Nomad Games - Kyrgyzstan

Move over Olympics, there are new games in town, or at least in Kyrgyzstan there is. The second official World Nomad Games was held in September th ...

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Best Places to Stay on Your East Coast Road Trip Best Places to Stay on Your East Coast Road Trip
Best Places to Stay on Your East Coast Road Trip

Known for its world-class scenery and endless list of iconic road trips, the United States is best explored by car. Of the many routes you can choo ...

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El Paso: Outdoor Capital of the U.S. El Paso: Outdoor Capital of the U.S.
El Paso: Outdoor Capital of the U.S.

Located within the Chihuahuan Desert, El Paso, Texas is an outdoor recreation lover’s dream. With nearly 250 city parks including the largest ...

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Quad Biking in Iceland Quad Biking in Iceland
Quad Biking in Iceland

I have been quad biking in many countries spanning several continents and I must say Iceland tops the list when it comes to best places to hit the ...

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Poland Introduces Glow In The Dark Bike Lanes Poland Introduces Glow In The Dark Bike Lanes
Poland Introduces Glow In The Dark Bike Lanes

Using materials that emit light, Lidzbark Warminski in Poland’s north has just installed new eco-friendly bike lanes which glow in the dark. ...

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Denali Park Village Denali Park Village
Denali Park Village

Deep in Alaska’s wild interior lies over six million acres of preserved wilderness otherwise known as Denali National Park. With glacial lakes, fro ...

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Outdoor Adventures Await Mexico Travelers Outdoor Adventures Await Mexico Travelers
Outdoor Adventures Await Mexico Travelers

Whether you’re traveling through the Yucatan Peninsula or exploring the majestic Copper Canyon, Mexico promises intrepid travelers an exciting rang ...

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Outdoor Gear: What to Buy & What You Don’t Need

Posted by on 1:37 am in Featured, Outdoor Recreation, Outdoor Safety, Tips, & Gear, Products | 3 comments

Outdoor Gear: What to Buy & What You Don’t Need

When it comes to outdoor gear there is no shortage of products to choose from before heading out on your next big adventure. There are some products that can be extremely beneficial but many are overpriced gimmicks.

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Outdoor Adventures Await Mexico Travelers

Posted by on 9:03 am in North America, Outdoor Recreation | 2 comments

Outdoor Adventures Await Mexico Travelers

Whether you’re traveling through the Yucatan Peninsula or exploring the majestic Copper Canyon, Mexico promises intrepid travelers an exciting range of outdoor adventures

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$16 for a 2 Carat Diamond?

Posted by on 5:08 pm in Fossils & Archaeology, North America, Outdoor Recreation | 0 comments

$16 for a 2 Carat Diamond?

A family visiting Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas has made a lucky find. The world’s only diamond producing site where the public can search and keep the gems they find costs a mere $8 entry fee.

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World Nomad Games – Kyrgyzstan

Posted by on 11:50 pm in Asia, Featured, Natural Living, Outdoor Recreation | 0 comments

World Nomad Games – Kyrgyzstan

Move over Olympics, there are new games in town, or at least in Kyrgyzstan there is. The second official World Nomad Games was held in September this year which saw some 2,000 athletes competing, representing 40 countries

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Travel Bloggers Gone Wild!

Posted by on 10:32 pm in Featured, Natural Living, Outdoor Recreation, Wildlife & Nature | 0 comments

Travel Bloggers Gone Wild!

We love seeing travelers get in touch with their wild sides. We have compiled a collection of well known, up and coming, and inspirational travel bloggers from around the globe that have “Gone Wild” if at least for only a brief period.

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Poland Introduces Glow In The Dark Bike Lanes

Posted by on 9:06 pm in Europe, Outdoor Recreation | 0 comments

Poland Introduces Glow In The Dark Bike Lanes

Using materials that emit light, Lidzbark Warminski in Poland’s north has just installed new eco-friendly bike lanes which glow in the dark. the dark for up to 10 hours, powered by nothing but the sun.

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Denali Park Village

Posted by on 1:35 am in North America, Outdoor Recreation, Wildlife & Nature | 0 comments

Denali Park Village

Deep in Alaska’s wild interior lies over six million acres of preserved wilderness otherwise known as Denali National Park. With glacial lakes, frozen tundra, expanses of unspoiled forest and massive mountain peaks (including the towering Mount McKinley, North America’s tallest peak), over 400,000 visitors flock here every year for the unique wildlife viewing and spectacular scenery on display.

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Dealing With Emergencies While Camping

Posted by on 1:57 pm in Natural Living, Outdoor Recreation, Outdoor Safety, Tips, & Gear | 11 comments

Dealing With Emergencies While Camping

The following are a few tips on how to deal with an emergency while camping abroad so that you can keep your cool if it happens to you.

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Channel Islands: California’s Secret Gem

Posted by on 12:40 pm in Featured, North America, Outdoor Recreation, Wildlife & Nature | 0 comments

Channel Islands: California’s Secret Gem

Situated just a rather short boat ride from the heavily populated and busy coast of California’s coastline lies one of North America’s most impressive group of islands. Eight islands make up the chain and several can be visited during certain times of the year. With rare and unique flora and fauna endemic to each individual island, each has its own character and highlights.

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