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Maker’s Mark’s Latest Release Is a Dessert in a Glass
Maker’s Mark’s Latest Release Is a Dessert in a Glass

Outside of notes like pepper and baking spice, vanilla and caramel are two of the more common flavors associated with bourbons across the board. So....

Why Eggs Really Are the Perfect Breakfast
Why Eggs Really Are the Perfect Breakfast

Consuming protein matters—not just how much, but when, according to researchers at the University of Birmingham. In a study of 120 people of all ages,....

Easy-Drinking Whiskey Cocktails to Toast the End of Summer
Easy-Drinking Whiskey Cocktails to Toast the End of Summer

Summer comes to an end at different times in different places—and at different times for different people. Seasonal transitions can pose some problems, particularly when....

Rock Climbing Essentials: How to Set a Bolted Top Rope Anchor
Rock Climbing Essentials: How to Set a Bolted Top Rope Anchor

The first few times you venture outside of a climbing gym, chances are your climbing partners will be the ones setting you up and helping....

I Finally Found a Pumpkin Beer I’ll Drink
I Finally Found a Pumpkin Beer I’ll Drink

Covid-19 cut a hole clean through the space-time continuum. Days, weeks, and months blur by, the passage of time marked by the weekly filling and....

Family Firepower: Mercedes’ Largest SUV Gets the AMG Treatment
Family Firepower: Mercedes’ Largest SUV Gets the AMG Treatment

Now here’s a car for the COVID era: the 2021 N Mercedes-AMG GLS 63, a jacked-up, three-row monolith with sports-car speed and limousine excess. It’s....

What It Took to Ride the Pan-American Highway: 30,000 Miles on a Motorcycle
What It Took to Ride the Pan-American Highway: 30,000 Miles on a Motorcycle

The Pan-American Highway is the world’s longest continuous road system, stretching 30,000 miles from the northern tip to the southern terminus. Starting at the very....

Exploring America’s Great Unsung River Wilderness
Exploring America’s Great Unsung River Wilderness

We’ve all let our minds drift from our work desks to somehow floating the mighty Grand Canyon—on the life bucket list for boaters since it....

This Is the Coolest Trail in Badlands National Park
This Is the Coolest Trail in Badlands National Park

There’s something distinctly eerie about the Badlands. It could be the heavy silence covering the 244,000-acre park. Or perhaps it’s the otherworldly rock formations, carved....

Helpful Tips for Cooking While on the Road
Helpful Tips for Cooking While on the Road

The adage “It’s the journey, not the destination” doesn’t just apply to driving, flying, or traveling by train; it can also describe adventures with food.....

A Complete Guide to Car Camping on the Cheap
A Complete Guide to Car Camping on the Cheap

Car camping means different things to different people. To the more established among us, car camping is hopping out of the car and into the....

How to Pick the Best Climbing Shoe for Your Foot
How to Pick the Best Climbing Shoe for Your Foot

Climbing shoes can be a complicated purchase, especially when you are first starting out. Even for long-time climbers who haven’t quite found that exact fit,....

Angel’s Envy’s First Japanese Cask-Finished Bourbon Is a Stunner
Angel’s Envy’s First Japanese Cask-Finished Bourbon Is a Stunner

It took Angel’s Envy‘s Kyle Henderson half a decade of asking around, working the phones, and crossing his fingers to finally get his hands on....

Are Artificial Surf Parks Sustainable?
Are Artificial Surf Parks Sustainable?

Ever since Kelly Slater first unveiled his man-made tube machine in Lemoore to the spellbound public back in 2015, wave pools have seemingly popped up....

A Guide to Outdoor Rock Climbing Etiquette, According to an Expert
A Guide to Outdoor Rock Climbing Etiquette, According to an Expert

With the rise of indoor climbing, what happens when the gym rats show up at the outdoor crags? Auto-belay training in a gym, while delivering....

Record Book: Meet America’s Forgotten Long-Distance Legend
Record Book: Meet America’s Forgotten Long-Distance Legend

Sixty-year-old Bill Nedderman is the adventure sports legend you’ve never heard of. And he would be fine keeping it that way, going about his business....

Dispatches: A Captivating Photo Essay Sailing the Puget Sound
Dispatches: A Captivating Photo Essay Sailing the Puget Sound

Relatively speaking, we were never far from civilization, but it didn’t feel that way. Living on a sailboat is like exploring another planet: awe-inspiring and....

Expert Tips on Transitioning Your Climbing Gym Skills to the Rock
Expert Tips on Transitioning Your Climbing Gym Skills to the Rock

Colorado-based climber Daniel Woods entered his first indoor competition at age eight. He’s since become a fixture on the elite-level climbing scene, winning the North....

The Caribbean Is Welcoming Tourists. Here’s What You Need to Know
The Caribbean Is Welcoming Tourists. Here’s What You Need to Know

When it comes to global travel documents, the U.S. passport has historically been one of the strongest of its kind. In fact, it ranks in....

I Went to a Survivalist Festival and It Prepped Me for Pandemic End-Times
I Went to a Survivalist Festival and It Prepped Me for Pandemic End-Times

Last summer, I decided to learn how to survive. Nothing too serious. Build a fire. Identify poisonous plants. Maybe hunt a small animal. I was....

What It’s Really Like to Live the Roadlife
What It’s Really Like to Live the Roadlife

We love a good road trip story. We’re not alone, either. The new American dream seems practically cemented in the idea of quitting your corporate....

The Great PNW Bike-to-Ski Volcano Tour
The Great PNW Bike-to-Ski Volcano Tour

The three of us were on the trip of a lifetime, one we had spent months planning. We aimed to spend two and a half....

Nonprofit Organization Plots 700-Mile Bears Ears Mountain Bike Loop
Nonprofit Organization Plots 700-Mile Bears Ears Mountain Bike Loop

Bears Ears National Monument, located in southeastern Utah, is home to some of the most stunning and culturally rich landscapes available to the public for....

8 U.S. Destinations That Feel Like You’re Traveling Abroad
8 U.S. Destinations That Feel Like You’re Traveling Abroad

So, it looks like COVID-19 has officially put the kibosh on your international travel plans this summer. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. As you probably....

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