Ever have one of those cool weekends where everything sort of comes together well for you and makes for a fun and interesting experience? I just had one of those, with a few really great moments, and I thought I’d share. My weekend actually started a bit early, kicking into gear on Thursday night. After … Read more
I saw this short but sweet post over on the Hardwear Sessions Blog today. Seems that gear manufacturer Mountain Hardwear is looking for worthy expeditions to fund. Here’s the full post: Mountain Hardwear sponsors a wide range of expeditions. If you have an original project that you believe deserves sponsorship, we’d like to hear from … Read more
Check out this hilarious video that was posted in the Outdoorzy Blog today. I guess this is what happens when you work at REI too long. Is it wrong for me to think that this should be absolutely normal?
The Discovery Channel is looking for a few hearty adventurers, and you just might be what they are looking for. The new show, which is currently being called the “next Alaskan adventure”, will send a group of people out into the wilds of Alaska where they’ll have to learn to live with one another while … Read more
I posted about Long Way Down more than a year ago, when Charlie Boorman and Ewan McGregor began their epic journey by motorcycle. After months of waiting, fans of the original Long Way Round will finally get the chance to watch the follow-up. For those unfamiliar with the program, Long Way Round followed the two … Read more
Planet Fear has updated it’s home page, with a new look, more content, and a focus on building an online adventure community. The site, which has mainly been a retail portal in the past, was purchased a few months back, and now maintains the ability to buy and sell outdoor gear, in the U.K. at … Read more
The Guardian’s Travel Section had a cool post today about a new photo exhibit being pout on by the Royal Geographic Society that offers up “Portraits of Adventure”. The exhibit, which consists of more than 60 photos, is on display starting today and runs through the 3rd of August at the Royal Geographic Society building … Read more