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Outside Magazine

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Santa Fe, New MexicoJoined in Oct 2018
Where living bravely begins. Cover photo by Alex Manelis.
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Jan 2020
We're taking a hiatus from posting on TripAdvisor but if you've been enjoying our stories, be sure to subscribe to Destinations, our weekly adventure travel newsletter.
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Nov 2019
Within an hour or two of downtown Seattle’s Space Needle, you can be in desolate wilderness, hiking through evergreen forests with views of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier, and the Olympic range.
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Nov 2019
With every post, Kiona, creator of the popular blog and Instagram account How Not to Travel Like a Basic Bitch, is teaching herself and her followers how to be, well, less basic.
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Nov 2019
This central California park is one of the hottest, driest, and lowest places in the country. It's also one of the most beautiful—a place where sculptural canyons, undulating sand dunes, abundant wildlife, and a luminous sky abound. Here's our longform guide on how to visit.
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Nov 2019
Save on baggage fees and travel lighter.
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Nov 2019
You can get away on a dime at this time of year.
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Nov 2019
It isn't just the astounding geological wonders that give our country's first national park its allure, from 500 geysers that erupt up to 400 feet into the air to deep glacier-carved valleys and fossil forests. The vibrant megafauna and endless backcountry terrain make it one of the wildest areas in the country. And if you know where to go, you can avoid the crowds.
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Nov 2019
These locals-only mountains might not have fancy spas or heated lifts, but they all sell affordable tickets and have hostels and cheap hotels nearby.
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Nov 2019
Here are her final thoughts after eight flights and 30 hours in the air.
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Nov 2019
Invest in an Eagle Creek bag—it'll last a lifetime.
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Nov 2019
Yes, you should fly less, but it's complicated. Here's a guide to when you should take a plane, when you shouldn't, and how to be a more conscious traveler.
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Nov 2019
Planning a ski trip can be tricky. With so many enticing alternatives—California or Colorado? Utah or Quebec? Vermont or British Columbia?—it’s tough to know which resort to commit to. And given today’s collective deals, chances are your season pass works at a whole range of really cool places.
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Nov 2019
Saving for a trip is often made to sound easy: skip a latte every week, and before you know it, you’re halfway to Patagonia. But anyone who’s tried to squirrel away more than a few bucks here and there knows it takes a lot more discipline to accumulate significant reserves.
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Nov 2019
Those iconic bulbous boulders, lucid skies, and namesake trees are mere backdrops to a Californian desert playground filled with jaw-dropping vistas, dynamic hiking trails, and that famous grippy rock. Here's everything you need to know to explore it.
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Nov 2019
A writer and photographer went to find out.
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Nov 2019
Nowadays, duffel bags are built to do more than carry clothes. Thanks to smart designs and features for every travel scenario, the average duffel is expected to be a certified gear hauler with durability to boot. After putting a handful of these bags through the wringer, here are our favorites.
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Nov 2019
The midwestern state is an ideal year-round biking hot spot.
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Oct 2019
Our definitive guide on what to know before you go, how to make the most of all the park has to offer, and can't-miss experiences in every season.
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