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Stawamus Chief, Peak One 📷: @erinewathen

Stawamus Chief, Peak One 📷:

Cirque Peak Banff National Park

Cirque Peak Banff National Park

Granola

Hiking with the Granola Roll Top to Grays and Torreys peak.

Tips for tackling your first 14,000 foot peak. #colorado #outdoorwomen

How to Prepare for your First Fourteener

Tips for tackling your first foot peak.

Hiking in the North Woods           Hiking is the best way to spend a day. With so many nation wide trails, parks, and beautiful scenery bui...

Hiking in the North Woods Hiking is the best way to spend a day. With so many nation wide trails, parks, and beautiful scenery bui.

Tanner Hall on top of a peak in Alaska. (this board is named after his clothing line btdubs)Photo: Adam Clark

The ultimate 'drop zone'.Tanner Hall pumped and ready to kill that face. Man the endless lines off that peak SkullyBloodrider.

Super sweet mullet?  Check.  Funky shades? Check.  The raddest pants I've ever seen?  Check.  And a guy about to experience natural selection first hand.

Retro-climber and his La Sportivas. The raddest pants I've ever seen? And a guy about to experience natural selection first hand.

Explore The Wayward Photographer's photos on Flickr. The Wayward Photographer has uploaded 242 photos to Flickr.

Explore The Wayward Photographer's photos on Flickr. The Wayward Photographer has uploaded 242 photos to Flickr.

After looking at a map and seeing where you’re heading, it’s always amazing to see it appear up ahead of you in real life. Here’s our Editor-in-Chief hiking to two unnamed tarns near the headwaters of Lime Creek, about 3.5 miles west of Molas Pass on the Colorado Trail. Continued thanks to Mountain Hardwear for making the #ColoradoTrailFest come to life. #LiveBreatheHike #MountainHardwear Photo By Kennan Harvey

Sponsored: After looking at a map and seeing where you're heading, it's always amazing to see it appear in real life.

The rush of becoming a Grand Canyon River Guide. After college in the  United States, New Zealand native Madeleine Oliver thought that the "right  thing to do" was to return home and get a traditional job. The draw of the  Grand Canyon was too strong.

Red & Green: Leaving New Zealand to Become a Grand Canyon River Guide

The rush of becoming a Grand Canyon River Guide. After college in the United States, New Zealand native Madeleine Oliver thought that the "right thing to do" was to return home and get a traditional job. The draw of the Grand Canyon was too strong.

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