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Canadian National Parks Free in 2017 for 150th Anniversary of Confederation

Canadian National Parks free? Yes. Just for 2017, and forever, if you’re under 18. Find some parks to (preemptively) visit.

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Winter Hikes: Sand Bench Trail in Zion National Park

An easy, lightly used winter trail, the Sand Bench Trail is the perfect spot for an easy hike in Zion National Park. Get the trail details here.

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The Outbound Collective App is Here, and We Interviewed the Creators

We take a first look at The Outbound Collective app, released this week. See our interview with the development team, and how it works.

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California Hot Springs: A Golden State Necessity

Need to soak? These California hot springs are accessible, sizzling, and fairly private. See where to relax in the Golden State.

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Winter Hikes: Marble Falls Trail in Sequoia National Park

Marble Falls Trail is best in late winter and early spring. If you’re in California, this is an excellent hike. See the collection of reviews.

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Backpacking Santa Claus: A Mad Christmas Indeed

We highlight a classic and crazy backpacking Santa Claus story by Hank Leukart of Without Baggage. It’s death-defying, and full of holiday cheer.

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Community Highlight: 6 Tips For Trail Leaders by Hartley Brody

We highlight Hartley Brody’s Adventure Blog’s 6 tips for trail leaders. Advice for beginners, experienced, and anyone out on the trail.

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Winter Backpacking: Snow and Avalanche Resources

Snow and Avalanche resources are critical to winter backpackers. Here are four of the best free sources available. Be prepared.

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The Land and Water Conservation Fund Reauthorized by Congress

The Land and Water Conservation Fund reauthorized by Congress this week means $450 million will be dedicated to nature for three years. A celebration is in order!

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National Park Service Celebrates 100th Birthday with Find Your Park

The National Park Service created Find Your Park in honor of its 100th birthday. Join the campaign and share in the celebration of nature.

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