We’re pretty excited to be sending smoke signals ’round the globe, and are pumped to introduce our newest Scottish Campsite Correspondent, Laraine Wyn-Jones! … More
When we came up with the idea of Campsite Correspondents, we certainly couldn’t have guessed we would receive the interesting … More
It seems fitting that we publish our newest Campsite Correspondent Shona Marie’s post today. She’s from the beautiful USA, and … More
From now until December, 2014, Clif Bar will give $1 to an environmental non-profit organization (up to $100,000) for each picture capturing a moment of outdoor adventure and posted online using the hashtag #MeetTheMoment.
The Rama Llama is a high performance sleeping bag that boasts to be the first sustainable option to the outdoor market. Check out the story behind it and how you can support this initiative.
Lassen Volcanic National Park is an often-overlooked park in Northern California. There isn’t any way for it to keep up with Zion and Yosemite National Parks of the United States, which, oddly enough, is probably why it’s so luring to a back-woods explorer like me. Lassen Peak is the tallest of the park. Standing at 10,457 feet the mountain is an active volcano and produces thermal activity throughout the park.
In just a few weeks Andrew and I will hopefully stand atop Brokeoff Mountain, followed by Lassen Peak, having reached not only our adventure goal, but also our goal to provide support for an organization fully committed to making the world a better place, one teen at a time.