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Field Testing the Rumpl Puffy Blanket

By  •  September 18, 2017

Modern Outdoorists everywhere have a tendency to resolutely cherish puffy things – be that their puffy jacket, puffy sleeping bag, vest, booties or whatever; puffys have become keystone to keeping …
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Secretary of Interior Recommends Changes to some National Monuments

By  •  August 25, 2017

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced Thursday that he will not seek to roll back any of the recently reviewed National Monuments. He has said however that he will press for …
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Basin and Range’s 2017 Summer Road Trip

By  •  August 22, 2017

We’re hitting the trails again this summer on another giant road trip across four states of the Northern/Central Rockies of the Western US.  Along the way we’ll wander through the …
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Relentless Winter: 5 Resorts Blessed With Blower Snow

By  •  February 23, 2017

The 2016-2017 winter season will be one to remember for skiers and snowboarders thanks to record breaking blower snow totals across the West.  This is due to an juggernaut of …
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Good News for Public Lands Advocates as H.R.621 to be Withdrawn

By  •  February 2, 2017

In a surprise late-evening Instagram post, U.S. Rep for Utah, Jason Chafffetz, announced his intent to withdraw the controversial “H.R. 621 – Disposal of Excess Federal Lands Act of 2017” …
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REC Act Signed into Law, Outdoor Recreation Counted as Part of US GDP

By  •  December 23, 2016

Outdoor recreation isn’t just good for your physical health, your mental well being, or for improving your relationship with mother nature, it’s also good for the economy.  And while that may …
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The West’s Best National Parks to Visit in the Fall

By  •  November 4, 2016

Basin & Range’s Inside Guide to the West: Best National Parks for Fall Colors

Summer may be the most popular season for visiting North America’s amazing national parks, but a trip …
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Inside Guide to the Best Fall Colors of the West

By  •  September 19, 2016

The overnight low at Winter Park, Colorado the other night was 32 degrees.  It won’t take too many more of those chilling temperatures to kick-start the West’s changing of the seasons.  To get …
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Best Craft Beers of the Western States – Summer 2016 Edition

By  •  July 23, 2016

Cracking open a few craft beers after a day on the trail/slopes/lake/river/rockwall has been a time honored tradition for outdoor adventurists across the West. And, similar to the steadily improving …
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