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The Best Fall Hikes in Yellowstone

Fall is just about the best time to be hiking in Yellowstone—well, late summer into fall, anyway. More often than not, the weather is pitch-perfect, with clear, crisp days and fewer and fewer of th...

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Best National Park Hikes for Fall

Fall’s drawing mighty close, which means prime “leaf-peeping” time is right around the corner! The U.S. is fortunate to experience some of the most vibrant and varied fall colors in the world, and...

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Tips For Hiking With Your Dog

Hiking is an excellent form of exercise for everyone in your family, including your dog. There is nothing like experiencing a hike through your dog’s eyes and ears. But, while you may be excited to...

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What Are The Best Boots and Shoes For Hiking?

If you are trying to choose the right hiking boots or hiking shoes, consider this something of a matchmaking process. Depending on the temperature, the terrain, and skill level, the right hiking bo...

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Fishing and Hunting with Crescent Moon

Hunting and fishing are beloved sports that require the right tools to ensure a person's safety and convenience. Be geared up with a Crescent Moon  headlamp, trekking poles and a t...

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Best Hiking Trails in the United States

We’ll boldly claim that the six hiking trails spotlighted below are not only some of the finest in the United States but in the world. Calling these the very best in the country is a stretch, only...

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Best Hiking Trails in Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park, the centerpiece of the “Crown of the Continent” Ecosystem in the U.S. Northern Rockies, is famed the world over for its exceptional, ice-carved scenery. (The “glacier” in the...

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Combating Winter Laziness & Weight Gain

The winter season can be a difficult one when it comes to weight management. The roads and trails we usually use to jog tend to be covered in snow and nearly inaccessible in the usual manner. It’s imp...

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