By Dan S., Great Miami Outfitters Camping outside isn't just for fair weather my friends. For me, winter hiking and camping is the best time of year. Think about it... no bugs, no crowds, just solitude, beauty and yes, even comfort, await - if you go about it right. During the holidays I tend to … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Winter Camping
Autumn is here and we are ready to fall in love all over again with the many color-soaked trails Dayton has waiting to be hiked, biked, and more. We can practically hear the leaves crunching under our boots! There are lots of trails and parks to choose from before you head out. So here's a … Continue reading Fall in Love with these 12 Local Trails and Parks
By Royce Fonseca, Kühl Editor I’m always up for an adventure, and when someone suggests a new place, you can count me in! Recently I was invited to explore the Eastern Sierras with Al and his dog, Mali. A fellow photographer, fly fisherman and outdoor enthusiast, Al convinced me that the Sierras are a must-see … Continue reading Explore the Eastern Sierras for Fall Colors and Great Hiking
In celebration the Bozeman based footwear company will plant 2 trees for every pair sold for the months of November and December Bozeman, Mont., (October 22, 2018) — In 2008, Oboz Footwear, the True to the Trail® outdoor footwear company headquartered in Bozeman, Montana, partnered with Trees for the Future to create the One More Tree … Continue reading Oboz Footwear celebrates 2 million tree plantings with Trees for the Future
Above: Mt Katahdin viewed from Rainbow Ledges, a 16 mile hike to the base of Katahdin. Baxter Peak is covered in cloud. Originally posted by Great Miami Outfitters on September 11, 2015 Posted by Great Miami Outfitters. This is the 17th and last blog entry of his trip. Chris “Pacer” has completed his thru-hike on … Continue reading #17 Thru-Hiking the AT: Thru-Hike Complete!
Above: Perched on a lookout knob on Bigelow Mountain's West Peak...looking east. The photo gives a good representation of how expansive the views are. You have to imagine the clouds, breeze, cool air, and the 360 degree sights -- I felt so small. Originally posted by Great Miami Outfitters on September 3, 2015 Posted by … Continue reading #16 Thru-Hiking the AT: Rangeley, ME, to Monson, ME
Above: Coal-powered rail cog climbing Mt Washington like it did in the 1800s. They only send the coal cog up once a day... the first trip. Biodiesel cogs make trips every hour. A one way ticket is $45. South side of Presidential Range is immediately behind. Originally posted by Great Miami Outfitters on August 26, … Continue reading #15 Thru-Hiking the AT: Crawford Notch, NH to Rangeley, ME