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 The Colorado Trail (CT) stretches over 486-miles between Denver and Durango. Biking it is an adventure of a lifetime.

How to Bikepack the Colorado Trail

Mountain bike season is in full swing in our mountain town of Edwards, Colorado. Get inspired by this guide to biking this Rocky Mountain epic. In 2013, Richard Forbes biked the entire 486-mile Colorado Trail. Here, he provides a tell-all guide on how to do it right.

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With preparation and persistence, you can learn how to find your own private little slice of the great outdoors.

Pro Tips on How to Find Your Secret Wilderness Hideaway

Keep your thighs in telemark shape with a hike, and then meditate in peaceful nature on the flow of the freeheel turn. In today's increasingly crowded wilderness areas, it's more difficult—but not impossible—to find a coveted "secret" wilderness spot all your own. Here's how to do it.

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A few essential yoga poses are a great addition to the arsenal for any outdoor adventurer.

Ohm for the Outdoors: 5 Essential Yoga Moves for Adventurous Types

Yoga isn't just for the new age, crunchy granola telemark types anymore. Here, 5 essential yoga moves for adventurous types that will up your free heel flow. Bishop recommends Chair and Crescent lunge as essential poses for telemark turns.

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6 Reasons to Take a Mountain Biking Skills Course

6 Reasons to Take a Mountain Biking Skills Course

Mountain biking is the perfect summer complement to telemark skiing, and your tele legs will look awesome in bike shorts. Get better at shredding the dirt with a skills camp.

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7 Tips for Introducing Kids to Outdoor Activities

7 Tips for Introducing Kids to Outdoor Activities

 The health benefits of telemark skiing are well documented (in your thigh muscles).  You are an outdoor junky, and if you have kids you will bring them into the tribe. Do it right with the help of these 7 tips. Shred on!

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The Gnarliest Canyons in America

The Gnarliest Canyons in America

From the Appalachians to the Sierra Nevada, here's a look at some of the gnarliest canyons on the continent. What's your pick of the litter?

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Skiing in the Sawtooths: An Adventure to Remember

Skiing in the Sawtooths: An Adventure to Remember

Trip Report: Grab your telemark gear and head up to a yurt like Sawtooths Bench Hut in Idaho, only a few hours from Boise. This group of seven ski compadres explore the wonders of the Sawtooths, ascending the classic Thumb face of Mount Heyburn.

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Why Bozeman is One of the West's Best Ski Towns

Why Bozeman is One of the West's Best Ski Towns

Bozeman, Montana, features two world-class ski resorts, Big Sky Resort and Bridger Bowl, both freeheel meccas are within an hour’s drive of downtown that offer a combined 7,000 vertical feet and nearly 8,000 skiable acres. Head to Bozeman for your next freeheel adventure.

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7 Excellent Spots for the Best Spring Skiing in North America

7 Excellent Spots for the Best Spring Skiing in North America

From warmer temps to that glorious corn, here are the best places for spring skiing in North America. Other than bottomless pow, forgiving slushy spring bumps will put a huge smile on your tanned freeheeling face.

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