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The Busby Hive//@montanamollie //"Living off the grid is just like being on the grid, except you have to pre-plan EVERYTHING because the entire house is relying on you to function." Read the full story here:
AERIAL JAMS// @benjaminjordanadventure // "After what was undisputedly the most remarkable day of this entire project, a 140 km straight shot over pure wilderness and the entire West Kootenay region, I just couldn't resist.
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Make sure to check out the documentary at www.strongthewindblows.com
National Park Week is coming to an end, don't forget to enjoy our beautiful parks. For more info check nps.gov
For helpful tips check out our blog:
It's National Parks Week! Check out our blog for some helpful tips to make the most out of your adventure.
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National Park Week starts tomorrow! This weekend and next get free entrance to the beautiful parks in our backyard. For more info visit nps.gov
// Kenya expedition by @tedhesser // "Meeting with the Rangers of the Laikipia Nature Conservancy was a highlight of the trip. Awesome doesn’t even begin to describe these guys. We dropped off a bunch of @goalzero gear to help in their daily fight against poaching, tribal conflicts, and illegal grazing. They were stoked!"
// Kenya expedition by @tedhesser // "Towards the end of the trip, we met up with Rangers from the Laikipia Nature Convervancy. Situated in Northern Kenya, these guys are on the front lines of the poaching wars. They had paramilitary training, drones, weapons, night vision googles, radios and vehicles, but no power. No reliable source of electricity to power these critical tools. Can you imagine? Going out into the African bush each night, with predators all around, and coordinating the defense of the land without even the comfort of a flashlight? We thought we would do our small part to help change that, and so we brought along a few extra bags of @goalzero product and donated it all to the conservancy."
Our friends at @topodesigns pulled together a Spring Campout Giveaway that ends in a few hours! Head over and enter for your chance to win. The link is in our profile.
//Leaning Towers by @ForestWoodward//
"Breaking free from the hanging cloud that smothers our camp we zig and zag upwards across fresh glacial moraine and raucous tumbling fields of wild flowers, eventually reaching the sloping shoulder at the SW base of Hall Peak. After months of planning, days of rainy bushwhacking, and narrowly escaping an attempted abduction by roving insect swarms in the valley below, this much anticipated encounter with the rock faces of our imaginings had us hooting an laughing till our bellies hurt." #GetOutStayOut
//Leaning Towers by @Forestwoodward//
"Dark clouds churned and grumbled on up the drainage to our West. Even on sunny days the approach to Hall Peak necessitates an aggressive no-holds-barred approach to bushwhacking. Moral slouched with each sogging step, rescued only by the sight of Hall Peak's muscular granite shoulders shrugging into the clouds beyond." #GetOutStayOut
If you haven't already watched the trailer for @chrisburkard'a upcoming film Under An Arctic Sky, go check out his Kickstarter and show your support at www.kickstarter.com/projects/chrisburkard/under-an-arctic-sky-film
The new Goal Zero Yeti Lithium line is even more powerful than its predecessors, with increased surge allowance and advance lithium battery protection, combined with a sleek design that makes for a lightweight, big power solution. From the outdoors to the indoors, the Goal Zero Yeti Lithiums provide the perfect power solution for all types of projects.
Follow the link in our profile to learn more or go to https://www.goalzero.com/yeti
//Riders Of the Storm// "After nearly four weeks of battling terrible conditions @bretteharrington and I (@mayanclimbs) accompanied by photographer @drewsplan finally reached our objective - the crux pitches Ines Papert and I discovered last season. Still, the weather remained extremely unstable and though at several points we were ready to leave, Brette’s steadfast determination matched mine and we fought on for the entire six weeks in Torres del Paine. Though the trip did not go to plan at all, Brette and I confirmed that the crux pitches go free and we're planning to return next season."