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Ear to the Ground

Ear to the Ground

News and notes from the outdoor industry Rivers for Change: Source to Sea Learning Adventure Photo courtesy Rivers for Change In the face of current and future effects of climate change, providing enough clean water to support healthy communities will continue to be...
Mountain Bike Road Trip Across Nevada

Mountain Bike Road Trip Across Nevada

US Route 50 will become a focal point for backcountry mountain biking By Kurt Gensheimer Descending the forgotten Pony Canyon Downhill Trail near Austin, NV (Kurt Gensheimer). It may be considered “The Loneliest Road in America,” but for anyone who has ever...
After the Fire

After the Fire

Ventana Wilderness Alliance continues to educate and advocate after the devastating Soberanes Fire By Leonie Sherman VWA Trail Crew volunteers donate thousands of hours each year improving access in the Big Sur backcountry (Jean LeBlanc). In 1998, five dudes got...
Tioga by Bike

Tioga by Bike

Exploring Yosemite in the shoulder season Words and photos by Leonie Sherman The next time you’re stuck in traffic at the Tioga Pass entrance to Yosemite, pause for a moment to consider that without the ingenuity of Stephen T. Mather, the first director of the...
Getting Down to Business with Entrepreneur Tyler Fox

Getting Down to Business with Entrepreneur Tyler Fox

The story of Santa Cruz Waves By Aloe Driscoll Fox tucks into the tube on a big day at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz (Kookson). What does it take to be an entrepreneur? “Not settling for mediocrity,” says Santa Cruz Waves founder Tyler Fox, who built the digital empire...
Yosemite Climbing in the ‘80s

Yosemite Climbing in the ‘80s

It was a time of establishing routes with strict ethics, mastery and boldness – but that was about to change By Chris Van Leuven Cory Dudley, Scott Cosgrove, Russ “The Fish” Walling, and John “The Deuce” Middendorf on top of El Capitan. Dudley and Cosgrove had just...
Perception Tilted

Perception Tilted

Now in its twenty-sixth year, BANDALOOP performers turn cliffs and buildings into dance floors, bringing experimental art to audiences throughout the world By Chris Van Leuven Bandaloop dancers at sunrise on Mt. Watkins in Yosemite (James Adamson). Yosemite High...
Athlete Profile: Amie Engerbretson

Athlete Profile: Amie Engerbretson

From the slopes of Squaw to Warren Miller’s new film Line of Descent By Cathy Claesson Amie, where is “home”? Truckee, CA in summer; Salt Lake City, UT in winter. What brought you to Salt Lake City? Do you get any ski days in California still? I have started basing in...
Gear We Love: Issue 99

Gear We Love: Issue 99

Goodies for your active lifestyle 1. Columbia Montrail Trans Alps F.K.T. II Ladies, if you spend any time running on trails, consider buying these shoes. The Trans Alps F.K.T. [Fastest Known Time] II trail running shoe from the Columbia Montrail collection has a...
Inbox: Issue 96

Inbox: Issue 96

Fanmail, Feedback, Ideas & Opinions In response to Editor’s Note #95: The Carbon Cancer Put the Climate First I have been reading Adventure Sports Journal for several years now and have been following the “A Ripple in the Force” and the subsequent Editor’s Note...
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