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Crossing Mongolia

Crossing Mongolia

November 28, 2018 3 min read 1 Comment

Ever since I was young I wanted to be a cowboy. Not a real cowboy, but, the romanticized version of a cowboy- riding free, off into the sunset, cooking by the fire and roaming the frontier. The problem is, it doesn’t really exist anymore. Life is tricky for the modern wanderer. Except, of course, in Mongolia. Land of the Nomads!
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The Heart of the Mountains

The Heart of the Mountains

November 08, 2018 4 min read

One move away from finishing the crux I felt my feet slip off of the polished sandstone. I instinctively held my breath and further wedged my fingers into the small crack, if I fell here would I hit the ground? The different ways in which adventure delivers happiness over the course of a person’s life has always intrigued me. 
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The Yukon's Snake River

The Yukon's Snake River

September 22, 2018 4 min read

For two days we hiked from Misfortune Lakes in the Northwest Territories to Duo Lakes in the Yukon. Scrambling up shale mountain faces, contouring around steeply graded ridges, pushing through dense drainages, and crossing the humble beginnings of what would become some of the Yukon’s largest rivers - the Snake, the Arctic Red, the Bonnet Plume, the Peel, and the Mackenzie. All the while we were escorted along our northwesterly bearing by curious cariboo.
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Cycling for Cancer

Cycling for Cancer

June 06, 2018 4 min read

For the trip I was raising money for cancer patients. The whole reason it started was that my girlfriend was diagnosed with breast cancer. We were dealing with this behind the scenes, and I was seeing how hard it was financially to go through.
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What Exactly is REVdry?

What Exactly is REVdry?

April 19, 2018 6 min read 1 Comment

Up until now, there were only two processes that were typically used for drying. One is called dehydration, and the other is called freeze-drying. We use a process called REVdry, and it is revolutionary, or should we say REVolutionary!?

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The Land of Giants

The Land of Giants

March 14, 2018 4 min read

For three days, we wandered the rubble hills and icy sinkholes of the Yalung Glacier, tucked beneath monoliths of ice and rock on every side. Each step was uncertain, often sliding down the loose rock and dust towards ancient creavasses, yawning with frozen teeth as if about to swallow us whole.
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Winter Escape - Bend Travel Guide

Winter Escape - Bend Travel Guide

February 18, 2018 3 min read

There are few places in the world in which you can spend a morning rock climbing, an afternoon skiing, and an evening filled with your favorite cultural digs. Bend, Oregon can provide the perfect mid-winter getaway for those of us prone to getting waterlogged in the rest of the Pacific Northwest. 
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Our 10 Favourite Winter Backcountry Tips

Our 10 Favourite Winter Backcountry Tips

January 30, 2018 4 min read 1 Comment

With winter season in full swing, we want to share with you some of our favourite winter camping and hiking tips.
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Love and Longing in the Arrigetch Peaks

Love and Longing in the Arrigetch Peaks

December 14, 2017 7 min read

A few weeks prior in the Seattle airport I spotted Alan, easy enough given his bright red knee-high socks and signature “expedition mullet”. I gave him a long hug. We had been planning this trip for over a year, and the excitement of big plans coming tofruitionwas setting in.
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Youngest on Canada's Top - Naomi Prohaska and the Value of High Quality Fuel

Youngest on Canada's Top - Naomi Prohaska and the Value of High Quality Fuel

November 17, 2017 3 min read

There have been many times in the backcountry where I have been having a horrible time. I’m angry that it’s cloudy, I’m frustrated that I’m sweating, my pack is too heavy, my skins are sticking to the snow, my dad is blazing up the mountain without a care in the world.
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Thru-Hiking the Northville Placid Trail- Part 3

Thru-Hiking the Northville Placid Trail- Part 3

October 18, 2017 4 min read

The quiet is so loud, it will give you shivers. The peace will bring tears to your eyes when you least expect them. The candid nature of the trail will remind you what a small piece to a big world we truly are.
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Nomad Nutrition and the Slingshot Accelerator Cohort

Nomad Nutrition and the Slingshot Accelerator Cohort

October 17, 2017 1 min read

Nomad Nutrition has become a part of Radius' Slingshot Accelerator program for 2017.
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