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“Say Deeep” | Snowboarding Pow at Stevens Pass

February 29, 2012

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Here’s a little teaser video from a recent press trip with the gang at Hayter Comms, they know how to do it –never a dull moment, and five feet of pow in five days. Stay tuned for more from this trip here at “the Traverse,” as well as VentureThere.com, Travel.USATODAY.com and GearPatrol.com. Other outlets on […]

‘Pedal-Driven’: The Politics Behind MTB Trails

January 6, 2012

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Depending upon your vested interest in mountain biking, and to what degree you’re committed to the sport and lifestyle, you may or may not know about the politics behind our existing trail networks –and what it takes to establish and develop the trails we’ve grown to appreciate. It’s not as easy as one might think, […]

Merrell ‘Wilderness Escapes’: SLC, Denver, Boston, D.C.

October 18, 2011

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Assigned to write a few more short destination features for an upcoming Merrell campaign, this is part two of “Wilderness Escapes.” This series features Salt Lake City, Denver, Boston and Washington, D.C. All of which are great destinations in their own right, and they all have a vast array of outdoor activities to offer travelers. Salt […]

D.C.: Kayak and Canoe the Chesapeake Bay Islands

October 18, 2011

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Over 200 rivers and streams feed into the United State’s biggest estuary, the Chesapeake Bay, which is home to dozens of islands that provide both refuge for diverse wildlife and recreation for lucky paddlers. The bay’s shallow-water environment is an ideal cruising ground for both advanced and beginner paddlers. Many of the islands are comprised […]