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4 Most Common Wilderness Injuries and How to Treat Them

by Jack Charles • Eureka! Tent Blog

April 2014, a group of New Jersey Boy Scouts hiking through Harriman State Park stumbled across a female hiker who had broken her ankle. 1,041 more words



Layers of color in a layers land. Northern Colorado near the Wyoming Border.

The Impact of Climate Change on Colorado’s Ski Industry

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I love the paralyzingly cold temperatures. I love the feel of icy air hitting my face. I love pillowy-soft landings into waist high powder. 713 more words


Sea of Silence - Doubtful Sound

Has it ever crossed your mind that there must be a place on Earth where no man has set foot? a place untouched where you can only hear stillness. 715 more words


Lamington National Park, Walk 2: Toolona Creek.

Start: Green Mountains
Class 4
17.4km rtn (my GPS tagged it as 22k)
Approx 6hrs

After Confirming my Masters on Friday (which basically means the university like the project and I can continue for a bit longer) I took off on Wednesday at 6:30am, deciding I had enough time to do one of the day walks. 1,919 more words


Joyeux anniversaire!

Good morning my friend,

Today’s a very special day, and I couldn’t have let it go by without a mention. It is not yet the 24th here in Montréal, but the day has turned on the Eastern coast of the Atlantic, and though you are asleep as I type these words, you’re already the star of the day, even if you’d rather pass your turn… 620 more words


No Man's Land

Antarctica is the only land on Earth that is not owned by any country.

Cultural Geography