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Editor’s Note: The Moral Case for Energy Reform

Editor’s Note: The Moral Case for Energy Reform

Real change happens when compassion leads the way Editor Matt Niswonger hanging out with his daughter Mia after a day at the beach. In his recent book The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, conservative author Alex Epstein argues that liberal environmentalists are trying to...
Ear to the Ground

Ear to the Ground

Outdoor News and Notes for the California Region Marco Osborne sends it long and low to a 1st place pro men finish at the 2014 Northstar Livewire Classic Enduro. Photo: Mary DiNapoli California Enduro Series’ (CES) Northstar Enduro makes history California Enduro...
EPiC: Solar Climbers

EPiC: Solar Climbers

Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright bring solar power to the underprivileged through the Honnold Foundation By Kristin Conard Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold take a welcome break from pedaling bikes and climbing desert towersto install solar panels on a Navajo elder’s home....
Trails for All and All for Trails

Trails for All and All for Trails

Is there a mountain biking trail for everyone? By Tim Hauserman Armstrong Connector Trail. Photo: Rick Gunn Every mountain biker loves to roll along on a beautiful piece of single track, but mountain bike enthusiasts come in a wide variety of ability levels, making...
Goal 100

Goal 100

What one hundred days of whitewater taught me By Haven Livingston Absorbing the scene at Pit River falls. Photo by Phil Boyer To kayak one hundred days of whitewater in the course of one year may not sound like an extreme or lofty goal, until you understand the...
When In Drought

When In Drought

Plenty of rafting despite low water levels By Emily Vernizzi Rafters enjoy the thrill of Class II-III Rapids on the South Fork American. Photo: All-Outdoors Whitewater Rafting Company Droughts. They’re rough. They cause all sorts of trouble, but don’t jump to too many...
Peace Pedalers

Peace Pedalers

Around the world on a tandem bike Jamie looking for riders in Guatamala. Over 1,000 total strangers accepted Jamie Bianchini’s invitation to ride on the world’s first open-invitation, intercultural expedition around the planet.  Jamie piloted the front seat of a...
Stand Up with the Children

Stand Up with the Children

 Whether passenger or pilot, tips for introducing kids to paddleboarding By Pete Gauvin Young SUP’er on her way to circumnavigating Lake Tahoe, or a pint-sized portion there of. Photo by Cathy Claesson Kayaks and canoes have long been the vehicle of choice when...
Ski Shasta

Ski Shasta

 Hotlum-Wintun Ridge: A California Classic Words and photos by Aron Bosworth 12,000 foot perspective from Shasta’s east side. If you have driven Interstate 5 through Siskiyou County, you’ve likely found your gaze pulled toward the glistening white of 14,197 Mount...
Liquid Imagery: Timmy Reyes

Liquid Imagery: Timmy Reyes

Timmy showing why he’s one of the best tube riders in the world. Photo by Nelly  Timmy Reyes By Nelly I’ve been good friends with Timmy for a long time. He’s rad and he lives to the beat of his own drum. Timmy doesn’t really like contests, yet he does really...
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