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7 Tips To Make Your First Road Trip Unforgettable

Ah, nothing says adventure quite like the iconic road trip. Just you, your closest friends or family, the open road, and blue skies ahead. But if this is your first road trip, it’s important to realize that adventures sometimes involve breakdowns, bickerings, traffic jams, and bad weather too—to name a few. To make the most…

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48 Hours In: Australia’s Mornington Peninsula

Just an hours drive south of Melbourne, Australia, the Mornington Peninsula combines world class wineries and craft breweries with spectacular beaches, national parks, and breezy seaside villages. The diverse landscape offers unlimited experiences from dawn to dusk. So where do you start? Do you choose ocean adventure or bayside leisure? Tree lined country roads or…

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5 New Genius Ways To Use Your PTO

Let’s hit refresh. PTO (aka paid time off) is a well-deserved break accrued over the course of the year wherein your employer pays you to leave—the coveted time to get out of the office and get your coworkers out of your hair. Reset, recharge, and remember all those activities—like hitting the road in an adventure-ready…

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Take It Outside: Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

This Valentine’s Day, skip the chocolates, roses, and fancy dinner. Show your partner you care by gifting them quality time together in the great outdoors. Studies show that happy couples share habits and qualities like a sense of adventure, a love for play, and the belief that fun can be had doing the simplest of…

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Ready, Set, Hike It: Mount Rainier

There’s nothing more liberating than standing at 14,000 feet above sea level, knowing you had to climb close to 9,000 feet to get there. The trek to the top of Mount Rainier—an incredible, active volcano that also happens to be the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S.—is no small feat. Some say it’s unique…

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Apply Yourself: Get Paid To Get Outside

It’s easy to conjure up big plans to bag rocky peaks, ford wild rivers, and trek through the backcountry. Maybe you’ve even dreamed of saving endangered species and protecting a small corner of the planet. But turning those dreams into reality is another story. Add up the cost of training, gear, provisions, and transportation to…

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Must See: 5 Hikes With Stunning Waterfall Vistas

Chances are, if you’re reading this, you already know that TLC was wrong about chasing waterfalls—we can confidently conclude they’re worth chasing. Whether it’s the mystery of why and how a nearly infinite amount of water cascades over incredible cliff sides, or it’s the mesmerizing echo of roaring water that captivates us, one thing is…

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How To Drive A Class A RV

As a new RVer, there are so many things to learn about your travel trailer or motorhome.  It can be overwhelming at first.  That’s why Outdoorsy has created a new series entitled “One Big Question,” where we tackle one subject, walking you through what may, at first, seem to be a daunting task. Today’s question…

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How To Apply Leave No Trace Principles In The Front Country

After the second World War wrapped up, there was an increase in interest and recreational use of our public lands. Highways built up, cars were easier to afford, “camping equipment” became a section at several department stores, and the simplification of tools developed during the war—white gas stoves, lanterns, and polyester—made camping a breeze. While…

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