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This was my assortment of trail food for a day spent outside in nature: a tin of hummus and veggies (light, but filling), an apple and almonds (my accessible snack), and cold-brew black tea (a gentle caffeine energy boost).
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Leave No Trace are a set of guiding principles for outdoor ethics that has also become a non-profit organization to teach these principles. I recently have become certified as a “Leave No Trace Trainer” which means I am qualified to teach others these principles. 499 more words
Learning Outcome #7: Display the technical skills required for employment through the acquisition of industry recognized certifications and outdoor adventure skills commensurate with the nature / interpretive guiding requirements for this sector of the outdoor adventure tourism industry. 103 more words
Run. Camp. Sleep? Repeat.
I think Ragnar got it right with their slogan for the Ragnar Trail Relay Series. Plenty of excellent trail running, camping out with friends and very little sleep repeated several times over the course of the day and night at beautiful Vail Lake in Temecula, CA made for a great time. 941 more words
Thousands of miles of dirt trails have been closed to mountain bicyclists. The irresponsible riding habits of a few riders have been a factor. Do your part to maintain trail access by observing the following rules of the trail, formulated by IMBA, the International Mountain Bicycling Association. 351 more words