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New spot in midtown Tucson for outdoor gear

In Outdoor Gear | on December, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

New spot in midtown Tucson for outdoor gearNews from Arizona Daily Star: Fitness enthusiasts — and those who resolve to spend more time outdoors and get in shape for the new year — can stock up on gear at a new shop. Mathi, at 2640 E. Broadway, is a “combination of a biking, hiking and […]

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The Big Chill: A novice climber takes on ice falls of Mount Washington

In Climbing | on December, 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

The Big Chill: A novice climber takes on ice falls of Mount WashingtonNews from Columbia Daily Tribune: NORTH CONWAY, N.H. — Conversations can get heated quickly when you’re hanging off the side of an ice fall. “Swing harder!” my guide says. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need […]

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Commission revising Smith Lake Park camping rules

In Camping | on December, 27, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Commission revising Smith Lake Park camping rulesNews from Cullman Times Online: The Cullman County Commission has authorized County Attorney Heath Meherg to revise the long-term camping rules and policies at Smith Lake Park. The current rules are too “vague” and don’t allow park officials to easily evict someone if they fail to comply with their […]

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Limits to be set on climbing Mount Fuji as part of preservation strategy

In Climbing | on December, 27, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Limits to be set on climbing Mount Fuji as part of preservation strategyNews from Asahi Shimbun: NUMAZU, Shizuoka Prefecture–Moves are afoot to restrict climbing on Mount Fuji as part of efforts to preserve the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. The Fujisan World Cultural Heritage Council met here and came up with a number of ideas […]

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Waikiki-Diamond Head shoreline closed to fishing for 2015

In Fishing | on December, 26, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Waikiki-Diamond Head shoreline closed to fishing for 2015News from KHON2: Related Coverage The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) is closing the Waikiki-Diamond Head Shoreline Fisheries Management Area on Oahu to fishing for 2015. This area is closed to fishing on alternate years to help restore fish populations. The Fisheries Management Area (FMA) encompasses […]

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Hunting on Pelham Range in decline since fort’s closure

In Hunting | on December, 26, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Hunting on Pelham Range in decline since fort’s closureNews from Anniston Star: Barb Berryman doesn’t have to look at the map to know where things are in Pelham Range.   Berryman has been the game warden at the range since 1985. She recently stood in front of a map of the more than 22,000-acre Pelham Range […]

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5 Facts You Need to Know Before You Start Mountain Climbing

In Climbing | on December, 24, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

5 Facts You Need to Know Before You Start Mountain ClimbingNews from TravelersToday: Mountain climbing opens a diverse range of opportunities.  The Earth’s great peaks are sanctuaries to different kinds of people – those who seek peace and tranquility, those who love and protect nature at its finest, and those who want to test their […]

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6 ways to do Nepal without climbing mountains – CNN

In Climbing | on December, 22, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

6 ways to do Nepal without climbing mountains – CNNNews from 6 ways to do Nepal without climbing mountains – CNN: There’s more to Nepal than mountains. Visiting Boudhanath stupa, Kathmandu’s thriving Buddhist enclave, is a way to your inner Buddha. If you have one. … Read the full article . Related News: Bouldering bus […]

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Y&L Rebrands Kelty Outdoor Gear

In Outdoor Gear | on December, 20, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Y&L Rebrands Kelty Outdoor GearNews from MediaPost Communications: Outdoor gear brand Kelty is well-known for its iconic external aluminum frame backpack, but over the years the brand has struggled to remain visible in a competitive field. Now, Kelty’s parent company American Recreation Products is partnering with Young & Laramore (Y&L) to relaunch and reposition this […]

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White House Issues Ambitious Plan to Fight Illegal Fishing

In Fishing | on December, 16, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

White House Issues Ambitious Plan to Fight Illegal FishingNews from National Geographic: A White House task force issued new recommendations Tuesday to combat the growing problem of illegal fishing and to make it easier to tell if the fish on your plate was legally caught and imported. The recommendations are designed to block the import […]

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