The link between sports and beer is well established. But in the adventure sports community, we’re not talking about sitting on one’s kiester, sipping over-priced beer from a plastic cup while watching overpaid professionals have all the fun.
For the most part, our beers are earned. For us, beer is the reward at the end of a long backcountry journey, a relaxing capper at the end of a high-intensity effort, the liquid gold at the end of a sweat fest. Not only does it help replace lost calories and soothe from the bloodstream out, it provides a prism of perspective to share and relive our adventures with friends.
By Roger Schumann “Renowned for its world-class scenery, the Nor Cal coast spans three national marine sanctuaries, two wilderness areas and a national seashore. It’s no accident this area has received so much protection—it is...
Entries are still available for the Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge, a Santa Cruz-area road cycling event set to take place Saturday, July 29, 2023.
This year’s SCMC features new routes, catering to various riding levels and interests. It also boasts a fun climate festival, and a portion of the proceeds benefit Ecology Action for their efforts in tackling climate change issues. 🌎 🚴♀️
Learn more about SCMC and its partnership with Ecology Action in Leonie Sherman’s article in our current issue (🔗 in bio).
#SCMC #SantaCruzMountainsChallenge #EcologyAction #roadcycling #climatechange...
Have you seen our 2023 music festival guide, published in our latest issue? Be sure to check it out and plan to attend one or more of these incredible events … most of which take place in some truly phenomenal California and Nevada locations!
Use code ASJ2023VIP by end of the day to get $60 off @theascensionmusicfestival happening at Mt. Shasta Ski Park July 28 - 30.
Photos: 1 & 6 - @bluesapalooza / 2 - @joshuatreemusicfestival / 3 - @schellraiserfest / 4 - @newportbeachjazzfestival / 6 - @outsidelands / 7 - @montereyjazzfestival / 8 - @theascensionmusicfestival
#musicfestival #adventuresportsjournal #summerfun...
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Huge thanks to @oars_rafting and @h2oadventures for providing these awesome photos....
A record amount of snow this winter isn’t holding back the renowned Lost & Found Gravel Festival – the show goes ON Saturday, June 3!
Race organizers have re-routed the course to stay out of the snow, keeping distances and elevation gain nearly the same. Nicely done Lost & Found 👏
Entries are still available but selling fast … so be sure to snag your spot at the start. Wildflowers will be going off, enhancing the phenomenal beauty of the Lost Sierra backcountry. You don’t want to miss this race and the weekend’s fabulous festivities!
Proceeds benefit Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship's Lost Sierra Route, connecting 15 mountain communities to promote economic prosperity through recreation.
Learn more about the Lost & Found Gravel Festival at the 🔗 in our bio!
📸 Lead image by John Watson.
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Jump into our latest issue for the lowdown on an exceptional adventure that checks all the boxes!
Leonie Sherman takes us to Secret Canyon outside of Las Vegas for a day filled with world class canyoneering, packrafting, climbing, and hiking … all capped off by a hot springs soak and vegan Thai food.
Read all about it at the 🔗 in our bio.
#secretcanyon #adventuresportsjournal #packrafting #canyoneering...
Mountain bikers rejoice! More epic riding is in the works linking mtb-favorite Downieville with the communities of Forest and Goodyears Bar in the Sierra Nevada.
Kurt Gensheimer lays out all the sweet dirt on the Mexican Mine trail project in his article in our current issue (🔗 in bio).
@trail_whisperer @sierratrails @u.s.forestservice @castateparks #mountainbiking #mexicanminetrail #earnyourbeer #adventuresportsjournal...
FREE THE SALMON
Tribes along the Klamath River prepare to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Salmon Run happening May 18 - 21. 🏃🏾♂️
After years of campaigning, this is the last year all four of the dams of the Lower Klamath will be standing, as deconstruction of the Copco 2 dam is already underway.
Learn more about the run and the upcoming dam removals in our latest issue. Or check it out via the link in our bio (🔗 ⬆️).
📸 Charles Wickman / Mid Klamath Watershed Council
Michael Weir / Cal Trout
There's big water flowing all over California, including the Kern. Be safe out there! 🌊
This is a good time to brush up on wilderness first aid and outdoor safety training — @survivalmedonline is offering 20% off all Survival Med courses. Use the code SPIRIT at checkout. ⛑️
📸 Anthea Raymond...