The World’s Toughest Mountains to Climb, Per the World’s Toughest Female …

In Climbing | on March, 06, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

The World’s Toughest Mountains to Climb, Per the World’s Toughest Female …News from Cond? Nast Traveler: ?© Radius Images / Alamy At just 30 years old, mountaineer Melissa Arnot has already scaled some of the world???s highest peaks. She???s best known for having summited Mt. Everest five times???holding the women???s world record???and this spring, plans […]

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Some of the latest outdoor gear to hit the market

In Outdoor Gear | on March, 04, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Some of the latest outdoor gear to hit the marketNews from TheNewsTribune.com: More than 22,000 people recently attended the annual Outdoor Retailer Winter Market at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City. Outdoor gear from more than 1,000 brands was on hand for buyers for sporting goods stores to contemplate stocking their shelves […]

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Icy Stillness and Muted Fishing in a New England Port

In Fishing | on March, 02, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Icy Stillness and Muted Fishing in a New England PortNews from New York Times: Continue reading the main story Video Play Video|0:47 Frozen Harbor in New Bedford, Mass. Frozen Harbor in New Bedford, Mass. The Coast Guard cutter Ida Lewis made its way through the harbor ice in New Bedford, Mass., last week. The harsh […]

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Prisoners arrested in killing of 10 mountain climbers escape from jail

In Climbing | on March, 01, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Prisoners arrested in killing of 10 mountain climbers escape from jailNews from New York Post: MANSEHRA, Pakistan — Two prisoners believed to be involved in the 2013 slaying of 10 foreign climbers at the base of one of the world’s tallest mountains escaped from jail in northern Pakistan before dawn Friday, police said. The Pakistanis […]

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Cyclist dies at Queenstown mountain biking park

In Biking | on February, 28, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Cyclist dies at Queenstown mountain biking parkNews from Stuff.co.nz: John Edens Emergency services at the Seven Mile bike park near Queenstown. A 58-year-old Nelson man has died while cycling at a popular mountain biking park near Queenstown. Police, St John and firefighters were called to the Seven Mile bike park’s Wilson Bay entrance, on the […]

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Outdoor gear store to relocate in Beavercreek

In Outdoor Gear | on February, 28, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Outdoor gear store to relocate in BeavercreekNews from Dayton Business Journal: Feb 20, 2015, 11:13am EST Enlarge Photo Digital Vision. A locally owned outdoor gear store in Beavercreek is relocating in response to its growing popularity. Olivia Barrow Senior Reporter- Dayton Business Journal Email  |  … Read the full article . Related News: Lack of […]

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No shortage of thick ice for Northern Ohio anglers –

In Fishing | on February, 28, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

No shortage of thick ice for Northern Ohio anglers –News from Fishing Report for Feb. 20 – cleveland.com: CLEVELAND, Ohio — A 2015 Ohio fishing license will be needed if you’re fishing in Ohio on Sunday, the official beginning of the year for Buckeye State fishing and hunting licenses. These are the dog days of […]

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Rocky Mountain men climbing Frontier standings

In Climbing | on February, 26, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Rocky Mountain men climbing Frontier standingsNews from Billings Gazette: Three games into the Frontier Conference season, things were certainly not looking up for the Rocky Mountain College men’s basketball team. And the Battlin’ Bears could not look down because they were sitting in the league basement. But now, 10 games later, Rocky is chasing a […]

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Biking across America for housing

In Biking | on February, 25, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

Biking across America for housingNews from Colorado Springs Independent: Last year, Stacy Sprewer graduated from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs with a double major in communications and visual art. Then she got a job. But what she really wanted was an adventure. “I had always been into biking,” she says, “and I wanted […]

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$3K Worth Of Camping Equipment Stolen From Fontana Boy Scout Troop

In Camping | on February, 25, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

$ 3K Worth Of Camping Equipment Stolen From Fontana Boy Scout TroopNews from CBS Local: February 24, 2015 2:28 PM FONTANA (CBSLA.com) — A Boy Scout group was hoping its community would help after thousands of dollars worth of camping equipment was stolen. On Feb. 19, Troop 2000’s trailer filled with $ 3,000 worth of equipment was stolen […]

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