Sunday, September 22, 2019

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Here are the 19 best U.S. parks to see the stars

According to research in 2016, The Milky Way is hidden from more than one-third of humanity, including 60% of Europeans and nearly 80% of North Americans.

With National Park entry fees about to skyrocket, the annual pass...

News that the National Park Service will most likely raise entry fees at many of the nations most beloved National Parks rocked the outdoor...

The best hiking socks I’ve ever worn

If you're going to be even moderately serious about hiking, you're going to have to ditch the old cotton socks you can grab at Walmart.

How To: You can dehydrate ground beef, but there’s a trick

One thing I love to bring in the backcountry with me is dehydrated ground beef. You can prep it at home with a dehydrator in under 7 hours and it makes a hearty addition to any starch.

The rules are changing for lodging at Grand Canyon’s Phantom Ranch

Everything is changing for America's most exclusive lodge. Phantom Ranch sits at the bottom of the Grand Canyon and getting reservations there can be...

Nearly Smokeless: Backyard firepit highlighted by Popular Science Magazine

The Solo Stove Bonfire received some significant kudos from Popular Science magazine this month. The patented technology used by Solo Stove allows for logs to...
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Extremely Rare White Giraffes spotted in the wild

A Conservation group in Kenya has captured two extremely rare white giraffes on video. Spotting a white giraffe is unusual, and instances have only been documented a...

VIDEO: Man rescues giant fish during Hurricane Harvey

Video of a Texas man rescuing a giant fish has been viewed more than 6 million times on Facebook.

Hitchhiking Iguana: Kayaker saves iguana struggling miles off coast

A kayaker miles off the coast of the Florida Keys found an iguana swimming in the open water  struggling to get back to land. "What's...

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National Park closes trail so helicopter can purge tons of human waste

A popular hiking trail at Zion National Park in Utah was temporarily shut down this week so helicopters could evacuate 16,000 lbs. of human...

NASA: Ozone Hole is the Smallest since 1988

According to scientists from NASA and NOAA, warm temperatures in the Antarctic led to a smaller ozone hole this year. The "hole" in the Earth's...
National Park Annual Pass

With National Park entry fees about to skyrocket, the annual pass makes more sense...

News that the National Park Service will most likely raise entry fees at many of the nations most beloved National Parks rocked the outdoor...

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