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Sometimes miracles comes in pairs. Nothing seems to fascinate people more than twins. As Shakespeare said: “So we grew together … Read More
Winter can be cold (for lots of climates) so here are a few of my top gear selections from Merrell to make getting outside this season a little more comfortable, safe, and enjoyable.
Mike Chambers and Jason Antin used the Thermo Rogue to hike 103 miles across Greenland’s burly Arctic Circle Trail — in winter!
Whether you’re a casual outdoorsman or you’re ready to get into the thick of it, here are a few items that should be on your wish list this season.
“Recycled and recyclable products were a big focus of this show, and Merrell delivered with its Gridway Collection…Exclusive to Merrell … Read More
The mosaic of American flags in these rural parts are paintings of generational pride and honor. For Kimberly Ann Cheesebro, this is where she grew up. This is where she raised her daughters. This is her community that she so much loves and serves.
On March 20, 2018 I set out into the wilderness of Georgia on an adventure that took me through snow, … Read More
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Jungle Moc, we sat down with Clark Matis, Merrell co-founder and designer of the original Jungle Moc and the newly redesigned Jungle Moc XX.
As a lover of the outdoors and an adventure enthusiast, I made it my life’s mission to visit all 58 … Read More
I turned right off of the trail onto canyon asphalt, 6 miles of slight downhill to the finish. I was … Read More
“Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” -Frank Lloyd Wright Along the stretches of … Read More
“People are nice. That’s the good thing about humans, but after awhile you’re like ‘I know if I had … Read More
Set amidst a rolling sea of green, Mongolia is a land locked nation with a rich cultural history.
In New Hampshire’s White Mountains, the Appalachian Mountain Club’s hut “croos” work around the clock to provide one of the … Read More
American Steel Studios, located on the west end of Oakland, California, is a self-described community of art, innovation, and industry. … Read More
“You can’t train to not feel pain, so I train so I can tolerate it. To me training is part … Read More
Bikes are machines. Simple machines. They take energy and convert that into greater energy. They go. They take kids through … Read More
The Outdoor Journal Tour is a hybrid wellness organization that merges mindfulness and movement in the great outdoors. ODJT was … Read More
48%. Those are the odds of a newborn seal surviving its first year on the coast of Maine. Maine, as … Read More
We surprised backpackers in Georgia’s Providence Canyon State Park with a surprise visit from a professional chef. By: Jackson Rinehart … Read More
In the weeks leading up to your big day, you’ll be physically preparing for hiking a fourteener. And in the … Read More
When you first encounter a fourteener, you don’t get the luxury of an introduction. In fact, you probably won’t even … Read More
From a well-fitting pack to sturdy hiking boots and moisture-wicking socks, gear that fits you well and provides support can … Read More
You’ll want to start your training plan well before the day of your hike. Your training needs to imitate the … Read More
When Jennifer Tavernier says her two little girls are driving her up a wall, she literally means it. Just watch … Read More
Whether it’s challenging terrain, a particular lookout, or a memorable moment with our favorite adventure partner, we all have … Read More